Numa Pompilio

Discover the great classics of Italian dishes and their fusion with the international cuisine in an atmosphere that will take you back to the most romantic times.

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The rooms

Terrazza

Terrazza de Numa Pompilio
Terrazza de Numa Pompilio
Terrazza de Numa Pompilio
Terrazza de Numa Pompilio

Il Nostro Pastificio

Our menu

Starters

Zucchini flower in tempura

Numa Pompilio mediterranean salad with bergamot dressing

Eggplant parmigiana

Artichoke salad with rocket salad and parmesan cheese D.O.P

Burrata salad with Ángel tomato

Vitello tonnato

Salmon tartare and avocado with lime and thyme mayonnaise

Beef carpaccio with aurugula, green asparagus and parmesan cream

Steak tartar

Red prawn mosaic

Lobster salpicón with Datterini tomato

Pasta and risotto

Garganelli Puttanesca with San Marzano tomato

Tagliolini with artichokes

Pear-stuffed panzerotti with Gorgonzola cheese sauce and walnuts

Rigatoni with amatriciana sauce

Pheasant lasagna

Spaghetti carbonara

Rotelle with goat cheese, black truffle and broad beans

Linguini with pistachio pesto sauce

Tagliolini with mushroom in pecorino wheel

Squid cannelloni in its ink

Tagliatelle with lobster

Boletus risotto with foie

From the sea and the land

Pink veal pallarda with gorgonzola cheese sauce

Monkfish with grilled artichoke

Hake loin with Sicilian caponata

Barolo beef tenderloin with foie gras and wok vegetables

Sole with lemon of Capri

High loin tagliata with baby potatoes

Caviar

Tagliolini prepared at the table with Gin and Caviar

Beluga 50gr

Beluga 100gr

Desserts

Cannoli siciliani

Home-made ice-creams

Cold sabayon cream to the Disaronno with berries

Vanilla and amarenas panna cotta

Seasonal fruits with basil sauce

Soft chocolate ingot

Tiramisú Nonna Rosa

Cava or vodka sorbets

Cheeseboard

Who are we?

Inspired by the great European bourgeois restaurants, NUMA POMPILIO opens its doors in Barrio de Salamanca, calle Velázquez 18, becoming one of the most awaited novelties of the culinary scene in Madrid.

This new restaurant, created by Sandro Silva and Marta Seco, is committed to Italian cuisine, refined with choices that enrich themselves with the Italian nomad spirit.

"With NUMA, we want to bring the less-known Italy to Madrid, with products that are a true legacy and with traditional culinary creations not so oftenseenhere.

However, it's not a purist restaurant… we suggest a menu that has travelled the world. With dishes created by Italians who have gone beyond their borders, who have learnt from external influences for generations", says Silva. "Our restaurant is not only Italian; it is European and international!... It is a space where, apart from making you enjoy the cuisine, we want to surprise you, create different sensations, a global experience."

And this is how they have paid attention to the smallest details in this new project by the creators of El Paraguas, Ten con Ten, Ultramarinos Quintín and Amazónico. An open kitchen and a pasta-making table welcome the guests, who enter the rooms that lead to the main dining area, with large windows that lead to the back garden. Undoubtedly one of the restaurant's gems.

The impeccable décor, romantic and evocative, takes us back in time, with kitchen utensils and items brought directly from Italy, New York and London.

The bust of NUMA POMPILIUS (POMPILIO in Spanish), second king of Rome, is the emblem of the restaurant. It calmly watches over the frantic pace of the kitchen, where they make dishes like Acqua pazza sea bream, Guazzetto seafood with rosemary focaccina, Orecchiona de elefante madurada, Smoked venison with Pecorino Romano cheese and Marsala. The artisan desserts and ice creams, along with the cocktails, are the essential complements of a menu that brings together legacy and innovation.

The winery has a selection of wines that are a true journey to the Italian winemaking world, with more than one hundred and fifty references from the Alpine country. It is completed by an important national and international winery, where we can highlight a wide range of Andalusian fino wines, French champagnes, and references from Portugal, Chile, United States, South Africa and New Zealand.