Workers of the world unite around a large choice of well-presented Socialist Bloc cuisine. Deriving its name from a former meeting place for members of the early communist movement, legend has it that even Lenin paid this place a visit in 1909. The interior is based on the style favoured by the 1950’s -1960’s party elite, including a socialist-era flat with walls that are bedecked with memorabilia. Somehow the owners have managed to carefully side swerve tackiness and the whole experience has a lovely, faded and nostalgic glam to it. Immensely popular with locals and tourists alike (including Bruce Willis and boxing champ Lennox Lewis), the expansive two story restaurant includes a heated outdoor winter smoking terrace, a separate apartment for VIP guests plus they even offer childcare on the weekends from 13:00-17:00 so you can feast in peace. It's no surprise that 2012 saw ‘The Hog’ voted one of the 25 best and most interesting restaurants in the world by the Spanish Trade Leaders’ Club.