In front of the Santa María de Caná church, and a few steps from Europe’s Avenue. Lateral opens its eighth restaurant in Pozuelo de Alarcón.
The new restaurant, designed by the interior designer’s Alba Hurlé and Alicia Martín, maintains the basic principles of LTL and surprises with a decoration inspired by the Art Deco style of the 1920s in a city like Miami.
The interior of the restaurant stands out for its architecture based on elementary geometry: cubes, spheres and straight lines, which together with the added ornamental elements is enhanced from simplicity, an elegant and inspiring space. Terrazzo floors, neutral colours, parallel stripes and tropical plants are examples of an inspiration that goes beyond the latest trends. One of the elements to highlight is its large front bar, centred on a large marble frame and bolacas with a backlit back of onyx.
Its large and cosy terrace will become one of the busiest spaces in the area, where you can share experiences with friends, afterwork moments or peaceful family gatherings.
Check out the allergen menu here.