This is the new menu of Sép7ima, the Only YOU Hotel Atocha restaurant where you can commit the seven deadly sins

The restaurant located on the seventh floor of the Only You Atocha has a new menu with new sins for you to enjoy a guilt-free evening from its terrace with incredible views.

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We are about to kick off the summer and, at last, the terrace season is officially underway. This year it has been a long time coming, but at Tapas we are already going to spend the next few months in the heights of Madrid. One of our obligatory stops will be on the top floor of the Only YOU Hotel Atocha, specifically in its Sép7ima restaurant, which has one of the terraces to take into account this summer. What’s more, it has just renewed its menu based on the seven deadly sins. So you won’t be able to resist the temptation.

It is one of the most privileged rooftops in the capital. Due to its location, opposite Atocha station, it offers unique views of Madrid. You also have the option of renting a space (a former suite) that can be privatised for events, dinners or any other idea you may have. And to complete the package, its gastronomic offer is also of the highest quality. Chef Javi Mora’s menu at Sép7ima is full of flavour for you to enjoy. The concept revolves around the seven deadly sins (the restaurant is located on the seventh floor of the hotel and the number 7 is an amulet in this place).

A new menu for sinning with the palate

Sép7ima’s new summer menu is full of delicacies that represent each of the deadly sins. Because there is not only room for gluttony, all of them are allowed here. The proposal is divided by each gastronomic sin and includes a wide variety of dishes -and we warn you that you will want to try them all-.

Starting with greed to whet your appetite, in this section you will find options such as Spaghetti nero, Thai ink sauce, carabinero and pistachio, Galician octopus croquettes or scallops with spicy sauce. If you’re more into lust, give your palate free rein by trying the grilled monkfish, olives and warm marinade or the steamed turbot with yuzu pil pil, sautéed endive and bacon in its own skin. For those who are envious -the healthy kind-, they will have to order the roasted artichoke with warm parsnip and vanilla foam with scallop and prawn oil.

In the section of dishes designed to be eaten individually, chef Javi Mora has placed, of course, the sin of pride, including dishes such as the acorn-fed pork loin cooked at low temperature with mole sauce, pico de gallo, guaca-humo and suero costeño or the huancaína veal cheek, pico mango and fried banana. While in laziness, the chef has included options such as ear brioche with brava sauce with kimchi and prawn tartar with Japanese dressing, which looks so good that it will paradoxically produce the opposite effect to the sin it belongs to.

At Sép7ima there is also room for Japanese cuisine, which is also of very good quality. In the sin of the I.R.A. (which is a play on words that also refers to Irresistible Rice Addiction), you can’t miss the salmon tartar with creamy jalapeño and seaweed sauce or the rolls and nigiris available. And to end a guilt-free evening, gluttony and sweet moments come into play with desserts as potent as the chocolate and wasabi ingot or the raspberry pavlova tart.

But if you thought that was the end of it, Sép7ima has also prepared a new list full of signature cocktails to end your lunch or dinner on a high note. Created by mixologist Iván Talens, it includes cocktails such as the Atocha Espresso (made with Brandy Carlos I, coffee liqueur, espresso coffee and vanilla syrup) or the Margarita Balsámica (based on tequila, triple sec, lime, texture and fishermans pastilla).

You know where you have to go this summer to commit all the possible sins (the good ones, that is), enjoying a fusion of flavours, a quality product and incredible views of the capital. Can anyone give more?