MADRID, SPAIN. Olive is a small, hip coffee and crepe spot. The crepes are delicious, with sweet crepes like banana and nutella, and apple, banana, and cinnamon. Savory crepes range from the classic ham and cheese to the more complex. Crepes are priced well from four to six euros. Café con leche comes in a large cup, and costs two euros.
The place is designed really well, with an open kitchen and a wooden bar made from a refurbished door. Apart from this bar, there are only four tables. Design magazines and objects, like wooden bowls, are purposely placed and aesthetically beautiful to be around. I really enjoyed the environment and will definitely return. The café is hidden and small, creating a cozy atmosphere. It is best to come here for a one on one meal with a friend. Can be a little hard to find space with a large group. Wifi is free. It is right across from the Conde Duque Arts Center.
Calle Conde Duque, 24
Tel. +34 911 884 698
Metro Station: Ventura Rodriguez, Noviciado, Plaza de España
Hours: Mon-Thu: 8 am – 11 pm Fri: 8 am – 12 am Sat: 9 am – 12 am Sun: 9 am – 11 pm