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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Botin Restaurant Review: An icon of Spanish cuisine, Restaurant Botin in Madrid is known for its rustic Spanish roasts still prepared in 300-year-old ovens. Boasting a similar menu, its offspring stands proudly on pretty Coral Way, a Miami center of Spanish and Latin American culture. Among the appetizers are traditional jamón Serrano, a prosciutto-like Spanish ham, and a hardy stew of spiced meat and vegetables called cocido Madrileno. Suckling pig is served whole, extremities and head still intact. Spiced leg of lamb is baked in a clay casserole, slowly stewed in its own juices with lemon, cumin, paprika and oregano. Reasonably priced regional Spanish wines hit the mark. Save space for the superb crema Catalana for dessert.