Taking inspiration from the cultural diversity and gastronomic heritage of the Amazon region, Amazónico offers an explosion of the senses, with live music, lush natural decor and a distinctive culinary experience. Through taste, touch and sight, visitors are taken on a sensory journey along the flow of the Amazon river, exploring the Latin American culinary landscape. Its layout invites discovery, with a design that flows from the bar at the entrance, through the lounge, sushi counter and restaurant.
The menu is curated by husband and wife team, Sandro Silva and Marta Seco - two of Madrid's best-known restaurateurs - and features a collection of Latin American cuisines and all their influences, from traditional Brazilian dishes and cachaca cocktails, to Peruvian sushi served at the bar.
Designed by internationally renowned artist Lazaro Rosa-Violan, the venue has been carefully curated to take its guests on a trip down the Amazon from source to sea, featuring plenty of natural and raw materials. Nightly jazz performances entertain diners in the restaurant, which is decked with luscious live plants, and as dusk turns to dark, the lounge and striking bar adorned with model peacocks emanates energetic 'elec-tropical' sounds and Latin American tunes from the resident DJ programme.