The first thing that drew my attention in Alekzander were the purposefully rusted tables, and the contrast with the refined interiors. It was an irresistible mix between old and new. But I know now that the true value of Alekzander lies elsewhere. Defined as “cocina de mundo” (world cuisine), the menu includes from simple Italian style pizzas, Argentinian empanadas, Spanish tortilla o even a delicious Pad Thai.
On Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays it closes at 1:30 a.m, so stay a while longer and enjoy a cocktail before heading out to your favorite nightclub.