Madrid Restaurants

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  • 1. Museo del Jamon

    lovely cuisine of Spain, where the ham and pig is king. It has branches in the city, the most known to visitors is at Gran Via. the ambiance is very nice if a bit touristic for my local taste. lived...

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  • 2. Tapas

    Stayed in Madrid at an out-of-the-way Ibis Hotel in September 2008. There were a few restaurants around the hotel, but nothing that truly shouted Spanish to us. We saw a little bar called La Hacienda...

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  • 3. Botin

    I was excited to go to the Oldest restaurant in the world, yet disappointed with my experience. I ordered a steak dish and asked for it to be made well done. Instead, I got a steak that was very rare,...

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  • 4. San Ginés Chocolateria

    An institution in madrid for as long as I remember. I used to come here with my mother when living in the city when I was 10 yrs old, way back, and still there ,and still doing the best hot chocolate...

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  • 5. Vips restaurants

    when abroad once feels the need once in a while to back to places that one have gone while living in another country; so this is the case with TGIF or thanks God is Friday;an American chain owned...

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  • 6. Local Gastronomy

    ahh what of memories the orig poster brought on this post. Canillejas, my aunt used to live there, and when I visited needed to take the tramway from Ciudad lineal to Canillejas hehehe now its the...

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  • 7. Cañas y Tapas

    This is a chain several in Madrid , rustic restaurant for a meal or just tapas or cañas (nice cold glass of beer). I have try several in Madrid over the years but the favorites are one in the Vaguada...

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  • 8. Gula Gula

    This must be one of the funniest restaurants I've ever been to! Not only it's salad buffet is great (you can eat as much as you want!), but the show is just "something else". There are two shows per...

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  • 9. Starbucks Cafe

    There are about 40 starbucks cafes in all Madrid and is very good if you want to have a coffee and walk at same time. Just order your drink and take away or if you find a seat just take it and...

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  • 10. Cafe Gijon

    Café Gijon has been a popular restaurant since it opened in 1888. It seems it is a gathering place of writers and journalists. In the past well known novelists and poets like Federico Garcia Lorca,...

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  • 11. Las Bravas

    Las Bravas is Tapas bar which specialises in patatas (potatoes). The serve patatas with their famous Bravas sauce which is delicious. There were plenty of different tapas on the menu, but we went for...

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  • 12. La Bola (cocido)

    Small, tightly packed restaurant frequented by locals and tourists alike. If you order the cocido as just about everyone else does it will served almost immediately. Have a light breakfast as this...

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  • 13. Casa Rua

    Casa Rua is one of those places that fed our fathers and grandfathers. The bocadillos are excelent however the plase itself changes it spirit. When we ate there is 2005 the place was full of local men...

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  • 14. Ducados Cafe

    A new & cool cafe, very freshly decorated. Young cosmopolitan ambience with a 'spanish' flavour. It opens at night too as 'Bar de Copas'. Try the Pincho de Tortilla (a small sandwich of spanish...

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  • 15. Cerveceria Alemana

    I've been to the Bodeguita del Medio in Havana and to Les Deux Magots in Paris, so I could not go to Madrid without stopping by the Cerveceria Alemana. So what do these 3 restaurants have in common?...

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  • 16. Tao Sushi Bar

    This is one of my best place to go for a great sushi in the city. TAO is a chain of japanese restaurants finding some around in Madrid capital, but also in the neighbourhoods too. They serves high...

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  • 17. Terraces

    We ate twice out on the terrace at the Ritz and it was fantastic. I know what your thinking, the Ritz? way too expensive and snotty! But it wasn't! I had my two kids and we had great service and the...

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  • 18. El Cuchi

    I ate at El Cuchi, and would definitley recommend this restaurant. The waitstaff were so much fun, they have white paper table cloths and give you crayons so you can color on the table. Our waiter...

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  • 19. Taquería del Alamillo

    I’ll put it simple. La Taquería del Alamillo has all the characteristics that I look for in a good restaurant: Excellent food, deserts to die for, nice decoration, good ambience, friendly staff, more...

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  • 20. Casa Labra

    Very close to the 'Puerta del Sol', this tiny restaurant offers tasteful 'tapas' to have just before lunch or (why not?) instead of it. Ask for the famous 'bacalao' (haddock) along with a chilly beer...

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  • 21. El Maño

    El Maño is a place where all kind of people of this district like to meet. This place makes you feel comfortable at first. Have a tasteful "Caña" (draught beer) and eat one of the delicious "tapas"...

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  • 22. La Musa

    La Musa is always packed, the reason is its excellent quality /price ratio and great location in 8 Manuela Malasaña street. This area is not as popular for the tourists as it is for local people (yes,...

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  • 23. La Musa Latina

    This restaurant has such an upbeat, lively vibe and its different than most other Spanish locales. Still excellent selection of wines and tapas, but the ambiance, music and layout of the restaurant is...

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  • 24. Taqueria de Birra

    La Taquería de Birra is a Mexican Restaurant situated in Plaza Comendadoras (Metro: Noviciado / Plaza de España). The food is the one you can expect in mexican restaurants: Nachos, Jalapeños,...

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  • 25. Real Cafe Bernabeu: Real Madrid and food

    the wonderful experience of watching my favorite soccer/football team and great Castiliann food at Cafe Bernabeu at the stadium Santiago Bernabeu with the best...

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