Sited opposite the baroque Teatro Español in central Madrid, Ana La Santa has four characterful eating areas grouped around a central marble bar. Designed by Barcelona-based Sandra Tarruella Interiors, the beautiful wood-clad library - with its fireplace, Ercol 'Butterfly' chairs and objets d'art - is aimed at more informal meetings, work and reading, as is the neighbouring plant room, which has heavy glass and metal doors opening on to the animated Plaza Santa Ana. Beyond these spaces are more formal dining rooms serving typical Spanish fare, including caña, tapas and stews. Walls are hung with prints by Spanish photographer Luis Baylón.