1862 Dry Bar
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1862 Dry Bar

Cocktail is consumed with time, patience, accompanied by good conversation and does not hide its alcohol level. It tastes like alcohol because it is alcohol. There is nothing wrong with that and in 1862 Dry Bar is particularly important. They serve classic cocktails such as Old Fashioned, Dry Martinis Pisco Sour and Gimlets without paraphernalia that takes away from the classic style.

How to get there
Phone
+34 609 53 11 51
Biblioteca Nacional de España
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Biblioteca Nacional de España

It was founded by Philip V at the end of 1711 and opened its doors in March 1712 as Royal Public Library. For a royal privilege, precedent of the current legal deposit, the printers had to deposit a copy of the books printed in Spain. In 1836, the Library ceased to be the property of the Crown and became dependent on the Ministry of the Interior, and received for the first time the name of National Library.

How to get there
Phone
91 580 78 00
Hotel Palacio del Retiro
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Hotel Palacio del Retiro

Palatial home built in the beginning of the 20th century converted into a discreet 50 room luxury hotel. Unique building protected by National Heritage status where you can enjoy the pleasure of resting in one of the historic buildings of the centre of the city, located in front of the famous Retiro Park and close to the Paseo de Recoletos.

How to get there
Phone
915 23 74 60
Albora
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Albora

With an all star team in the kitchen and on the floor, Albora has two different sections with two different menus. In the restuarant you will find more elaborate dishes whilst in the bar its upscale tapas all washed down with great wines.

How to get there
Phone
+34 917 816 197
Barceló Emperatriz
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Barceló Emperatriz

The new Barceló Emperatriz 5 star hotel reinterprets the beauty of a 19th century palace Madrid, and is inspired by the life of Eugenia de Montijo. Opened in 2016, the new, completely remodelled design of this central boutique hotel in Madrid matches the cosmopolitan, intellectual and visionary personality of the last Spanish empress.

How to get there
Phone
+34 913 42 24 90
Caixa Forum
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Caixa Forum

The CaixaForum Madrid is a cultural center, mainly dedicated to temporary exhibitions, inaugurated in 2008. It is part of the so-called Art Triangle, on Paseo del Prado in Madrid

How to get there
Phone
91 330 73 00
Amazónico
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Amazónico

The lianas that hang from the ceiling and the creepers that adorn the walls introduce the visitor in a refreshing and enigmatic jungle. Two steps beyond, an elegant peacock decorates a circular bar filled with exotic fruits.

How to get there
Phone
915 15 43 32
Artemisa
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Artemisa

One of the most renowned vegetarian restaurants in Madrid. Its fame originates both in its experience – it’s been open since 1990 – and in the quality of its cuisine. Since it opened, its defining features have been its vey well cooked dishes with excellent organic raw materials.

How to get there
Phone
915 21 87 21
Centro de Arte Reina Sofía
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Centro de Arte Reina Sofía

The National Museum of Art Reina Sofía is a Spanish museum of 20th and contemporary art, based in Madrid. Its name is usually abbreviated as Museo Reina Sofía.

How to get there
Phone
+34 91 774 1000
Círculo Gran Via
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Círculo Gran Via

The history of Madrid remains throughout the corridors and rooms of Hotel Círculo Gran Via. Occupying the former home of The Circle of Trade and Industrial Union of Madrid, our historic building was inaugurated un 1924 and recently renovated to become an Adults Only Hotel in the heart of the city.

How to get there
Phone
+34 91 5210300
Círculo de Bellas Artes
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Círculo de Bellas Artes

The Círculo de Bellas Artes is a private non-profit cultural institution based in Madrid’s Alcalá street in Spain. Founded in 1880.

How to get there
Phone
91 360 54 00
Arts Club Madrid
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Arts Club Madrid

There is no doubt that this is one of the most exclusive places on this list so far. Located in the neighbourhood of Salamanca, at Arts Club you can enjoy from a good dinner to a fun night party starting at half past eleven. Since the opening, several artists have exhibited their works as part of a travelling exhibition.

How to get there
Phone
+34 648 965 839
El Prado museum
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El Prado museum

The building that today houses the Museo Nacional del Prado was designed by architect Juan de Villanueva in 1785. It was constructed to house the Natural History Cabinet, by orders of King Charles III. However, the building’s final purpose – as the new Royal Museum of Paintings and Sculptures – was the decision of the monarch’s grandson, King Ferdinand VII, encouraged by his wife Queen Maria Isabel de Braganza.The Royal Museum, soon quickly renamed the National Museum of Paintings and Sculptures and subsequently the Museo Nacional del Prado, opened to the public for the first time in November 1819.

How to get there
Phone
91 330 28 00
Badila
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Badila

Badila is a contemporary eatery that since 2005 defends the idea that another menu of the day is possible. From the heart of Lavapies we get homemade food, made with love, imagination and eagerness to please. Here we have an elaborate a menu of the day which is trying to surprise the regulars and retain the walk-ins. That is no easy task. But if you are looking for original recipes, with a twist to of classic made with quality products at a great price, it is already a popular staple in the Plaza Mayor.

How to get there
Phone
+34 914 29 76 51
El Real Jardín Botánico
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El Real Jardín Botánico

The Royal Botanic Garden of Madrid is a research center of the Higher Council of Scientific Research.

How to get there
Phone
+34 91 531 10 39
Hotel Orfila
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Hotel Orfila

It is the only hotel in Madrid where every room is different with regards to its architecture and decoration.The furniture, all from the XIX Century, has been brought directly from different European countries. So the chairs from Venice are mixed with the bathrobes embroidered with the initials of the regular clients. Maximum attention is given to every detail. Luxury, refinement and comfort make it possible for the client to feel as if he/she were living in the XIX century.

How to get there
Phone
917 02 77 70
Bao Bar
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Bao Bar

This place does not have a large lounge, or tables for 100 diners, it is a street concept and take-away. You can choose between eating your order in a bar with stools or start the march to continue visiting the corners offered by Malasaña.

How to get there
Phone
+34 913 77 67 97
El Retiro Park
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El Retiro Park

With 125 hectares and more than 15,000 trees, El Retiro Park is a green backwater in the center of Madrid. Special attention is given to some of its gardens: Vivaces garden, Cecilio Rodríguez gardens (classicist gardens with Andalusian airs), the gardens of Architect Herrero Palacios, la Rosaleda (collection of roses) and the French Parterre with the Bald Cypress, the oldest tree in Madrid, which is said to be about 400 years old.

How to get there
Phone
+34 91 400 87 40
Hotel Ritz
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Hotel Ritz

An iconic landmark in the heart of Madrid’s ‘Golden Triangle’ Hotel Ritz, Madrid combines high style and charm with legendary service.

How to get there
Phone
91 701 67 67
Bar Galleta
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Bar Galleta

New York, Miami … No! We are in Madrid! Inspired the bistros of any cosmopolitan city, Bar Galleta provides common Mediterranean cuisine dishes except the biscuit plays a special role in many of its recipes.

How to get there
Phone
+34 619 83 05 03
Hotel Santo Mauro
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Hotel Santo Mauro

Housed in the former residence of the Duke of Santo Mauro, an influential member of Madrid society at that time, the hotel consists of three buildings surrounded by a magnificent garden that makes it an oasis in the heart of Madrid. Located in the exclusive area of Chamberi, surrounded by palaces of time, the Hotel is located next to the main shopping area of the city, the financial area and the main tourist attractions.

How to get there
Phone
91 319 69 00
Jardines del Descubrimiento
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Jardines del Descubrimiento

The gardens of Discovery are a park of the Spanish city of Madrid, located in the Plaza de Colón and delimited by the streets of Goya, Armada Española, Serrano and Paseo de la Castellana.

How to get there
Phone
+34 91 454 44 10
BIBO
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BIBO

The restaurant dreamed up by Dani Garcia, opens at no 52 Paseo de la Castellana to bring the people of Madrid closer to his most democratic, cosmopolitan and nomadic proposal yet: cuisine with an Andalusian stamp yet open to the world. It transports the diner to a universe of unprecedented, unique and unforgettable experiences.

How to get there
Phone
+34 918 05 25 56
Hotel Totem
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Hotel Totem

In the heart of Madrid, surrounded by the most sophisticated boutiques and the top brands, is located TÓTEM Madrid, enhancing the vibrating style of the fashion district. A focal point for fashion, culture and gastronomy in a privileged location in the district of Salamanca, Madrid never sleeps.

How to get there
Phone
+(34) 914 260 035
Museo Nacional de Artes Decorativas
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Museo Nacional de Artes Decorativas

The National Museum of Decorative Arts is a Spanish National Museum based in Madrid. It is one of the oldest and richest museums of the so-called Art Triangle of the city.

How to get there
Phone
91 532 64 99
Bocaito
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Bocaito

The perfect place to try a wide variety of delicious tapas dishes. You can stand at the bar or be seated. A family run business since 1966 with friendly, charming service accompanied by excellent cañas!

How to get there
Phone
91 532 12 19
Hotel Urso
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Hotel Urso

Located in a privileged enclave between the central districts of Chamberí, Tribunal and Chueca, URSO Hotel is a former palace that integrates the royal character of the bourgeois architecture of Madrid during the XX Century, with the modernity and comfort of a modern luxury hotel.
The building, which in its origins hosted the wellknown company “Papelera Española”, maintains the neoclassical elegance with its towers, corner chamfers or the classic viewpoints that support the noble balcony. But its history can also be felt in the interior spaces, with original elements such as the central patio, the colorful stained-glass windows, the decorative tiles, the library, the marble floors and the wooden walls.
To complete the experience, we offer a selection of luxury services designed to enjoy and feel the best of Madrid, through personalized attention and maximum wellbeing.

How to get there
Phone
91 444 44 58
Museo Thyssen Bornemisza
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Museo Thyssen Bornemisza

The Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum is a pinacoteca of old and modern masters located in Madrid.

How to get there
Phone
902 76 05 11
Bodega Ricla
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Bodega Ricla

Standing room only! A local secret with some Madrileños proclaiming that it is here where you can find the best cañas in town. Family run place with excellent finger food and great selection of wine by the glass, perfect to pop into before dinner.

How to get there
Phone
91 365 20 69
Hotel Villa Magna
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Hotel Villa Magna

The glorious past of the luxury Hotel Villa Magna in Madrid is evident in countless details of classic elegance. In the last century, where this comfortable, modern building stands today on the Paseo de la Castellana, was the Palace of Anglada. The palace, with its Moorish influence, was built around a courtyard styled on the Lions of the Alhambra in Granada and was restored by the very same architect as this replica. It was splendidly furnished with exquisite works of art, marble and sumptuous upholstery. Written records spoke of the harmony and style of the building, as well as the magnificent fiestas which were held in its gardens.

How to get there
Phone
91 587 12 34
Bolero Meatballs
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Bolero Meatballs

Bolero Meatballs is on one of the busiest tourist streets and surrounded by some of the most Asturian and Galician bars in Madrid. It is popular among locals and has become a frame of reference for meatballs. The raw material is essential for the proper functioning of the idea, so the relationship of “Bolero” with his butcher is key to choose the exact amount of fat in the meatballs.

How to get there
Phone
911 10 60 41
Hyatt Centric
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Hyatt Centric

Experience Madrid to the fullest, with astonishing museums, famous squares, monuments and architectural buildings just steps from Hyatt Centric Gran Via Madrid. The hotel boasts an ideal location on the prominent street of Gran Via known as the Spanish Broadway, the ideal spot to explore local fashion and discover local tapas.

How to get there
Phone
+34 91 837 1234
Bosco de Lobos
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Bosco de Lobos

In all the dishes of the menu you can see a clear creative desire: start with a quality raw material and give it a little twist to update it. An example of this is the burrata with basil and dried tomatoes above accompanied by a sauce of artichokes, or mussels flavored with orange peel, lime and herbs such as fennel and rosemary.

How to get there
Phone
+34 915 24 94 64
ME Madrid Reina Victoria
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ME Madrid Reina Victoria

The ME Madrid Reina Victoria is strategically located in the heart of the city, with easy access to the major attractions such as the Prado Museum, Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum and Reina Sofia Museum, Retiro Park, Congress building, Puerta del Sol, Plaza Mayor, the Royal Palace and the city’s shopping and business areas.

How to get there
Phone
902 14 44 40
Caripen Bistro
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Caripen Bistro

Open until 2am, this great late night option is an authentic Parisian style bistro in the heart of Madrid. The menu hasn’t changed for years and never disappoints.

How to get there
Phone
91 541 11 77
Only You Boutique Hotel
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Only You Boutique Hotel

People say that the reason they travel is to find themselves. That’s why Only YOU Hotels offers a luxury, personalised service where the guest takes centre stage.
Cosmopolitan and unique, with their own style and personality, every last detail is designed to ensure your stay is an experience as pleasant and rewarding as the destination itself.

How to get there
Phone
91 005 22 22
Casa Salvador
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Casa Salvador

A Spanish gastronomic staple, complete with a bullfighting museum and waiters with old-school Crisp white jackets and ties. These are the values on which this immortal establishment was built on the centrally located Madrid Barbieri street. Inspired by bullfighting paintings, photos of actresses from the golden age of Hollywood, writers and bullfighters, accompany the passage of the guests of the stairs to the dining room of dilapidated wooden furniture and checkered tablecloths.

How to get there
Phone
915 21 45 24
The Principal
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The Principal

The Principal Madrid Hotel is much more than a luxurious modern boutique hotel. Its prime location in the heart of Madrid, its exclusive entrance, its 76 elegantly appointed rooms, the stunning Terraza with what may be the best views in Madrid, and its Ático where avant-garde haute cuisine meets classic cocktails in a space with the best music are reasons enough not to miss the opportunity of discovering this renovated building, now one of the capital’s must-see sights.
The hotel’s impressive Ático and Terraza boast the best panoramic views of downtown Madrid. In both, amid large, lush garden areas, you can sip a cocktail or order from the menu concocted by Ramón Freixa (2 Michelin stars), soak up some sun in the Solarium or enjoy the sound of the overflow pool and the best ambient music or our outdoor showers in summer… and always with the finest service to ensure that your every wish is granted.

How to get there
Phone
915 21 87 43
Casa Tomada
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Casa Tomada

La Casa Tomada is a place to share a majestic sandwich and try a wide variety of ales. Highlight: Chili Cheese Fries, a generous serving of fries with chili con carne, jalapeños, cheddar cheese, crispy bacon, cilantro and an egg
 as a topping.

How to get there
Phone
915 13 84 48
The Westin Palace
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The Westin Palace

Known for its hospitality since 1912, the iconic “Palace” hotel is conveniently located in the center of Madrid, in the “Triangle of Art”, within walking distance of the city’s most prestigious museums: Prado, Thyssen and Reina Sofia Museums, among others. Because of its location in Las Letras neighbourhood, it is also the place to enjoy gastronomy, leisure and shopping in Madrid.

How to get there
Phone
91 360 80 00
Casino de Madrid
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Casino de Madrid

Surrounded by the most historical buildings on Calle Alcalal, La Terraza del Casino de Madrid has been a gastro institution in the area since 1988. Soon approaching it’s 30th year, the reputation has continued to flourish receiving two Michelin Stars and three Repsol Suns in recent years. This truly is Spanish haute cuisine at it’s finest, set against the historic skyline. Not to be missed but make sure to book well in advance!

How to get there
Phone
915 21 87 00
Celso y Manolo
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Celso y Manolo

Celso y Manolo is a lovingly nostalgic nod to Madrid taverns of old, housed in the retro surroundings of a former family-run tasca.

How to get there
Phone
915 31 80 79
Chuka Ramen Bar
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Chuka Ramen Bar

Chuka, is the Japanese version of Chinese cuisine, a cuisine that the Chinese immigrants integrated to the dinner table of the country of the rising sun with the merger of emblematic dishes such as ramen and reinterpretations of dim sum dishes. But, the name Ramen Bar is somewhat misleading, the menu proposes much more than these magical and complex noodle soups, discover them.

How to get there
Phone
640 65 13 46
Crucina
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Crucina

This vegetarian restaurant in Malasaña is remarkable for its gourmet style raw-vegan fare and claims to be the only restaurant of its kind in Europe. Known as “stoveless cooking” it consists of preparinf food at a temperature no higher than 41oC in order to preserve all its phytonutrients, resulting in dishes low in colesterol, free from any kind of sugar, and containing neither gluten, eggs or dairy. As a result, recipes such as tiramisu, lasagne and moussaka, as their creators yorgos loannidis ans María Rodríguez de Vera explain, provide a “genuine boosft of energy, antioxidants, enzymes and vitamins”.

How to get there
Phone
914 45 33 64
El Paraguas
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El Paraguas

One of the best restaurants in Madrid. Very classy restaurant where the clientelle are mostly locals, the food is excellent and has a great service. The food is typical spanish with asturian flavour and presented in a very sophisticated way. Not recomended for a light lunch, you must have time enough to enjoy and taste its varied dishes. It is the serious father of Ten con Ten, so if you rather fancy something less formal you have the choice of Ten con Ten at a walking distance

How to get there
Phone
91 431 59 50
DiverXo
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DiverXo

Madrid’s only 3 star Michelin restaurant. An interesting place that breaks with established traditions. Various tasting menus are offered and feature highly creative fusion cuisine with Asian influences. Some dishes are finished off in front of guests.

How to get there
Phone
+34 91 570 07 66
Don Giovanni
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Don Giovanni

Head here for Italian dishes where tradition and creativity combine for an authentic experience. Sicilian chef and owner Andrea Tumbarello has just added a clandestine dining room with one single table hosting up to 20 people with views of the kitchen…but you will need the secret code to access the room!!!

How to get there
Phone
91 344 83 38
Dstage
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Dstage

From the brains behind El Club Allard, this is Diego Guerrero’s long awaited restaurant.  The kitchen is in the middle of the dining room and visible from every table.  The very best in haute cuisine.

How to get there
Phone
+34 91 702 15 86
El Cisne Azul
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El Cisne Azul

Don’t be put off by the appearance… El Cisne Azul is one of Madrid’s best kept secrets. In the heart of the Chueca barrio with only 5 tables the speciality is Mushrooms, every kind you could possibly think of!

How to get there
Phone
91 521 37 99
El Club Allard
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El Club Allard

Refined dining spot for haute cuisine. Chef Maria Marte is the talk of the town. Awarded with two Michelin stars.

How to get there
Phone
91 559 09 39
El Columpio
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El Columpio

El Columpio is a restaurant that can accompany us from breakfast to dinner with a Mediterranean air menu. There is a large repertoire of homemade desserts as well as wine and cocktails.

How to get there
Phone
913 78 75 12
El Estragón Vegetariano
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El Estragón Vegetariano

The only thing that differentiates this vegetarian restaurant from any other restaurant is that there is no meat on the menu. In all other aspects, this is not your stereotypical vegetarian establishment. Housed in an old tavern, here you can find a wide range of well-prepared and tasty vegetarian dishes.

How to get there
Phone
+34 913 65 89 82
El Invernadero
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El Invernadero

At the core of this restaurants values is a very genuine respect for the products they use. Using the changing seasons as their guide, they use the most natural ingredients possible throughout the year to create delicious dishes. This appreciation of the changing seasons allows them to obtain a wonderful mixture of tastes, flavours and vibrance from winter right through autumn, spring and summer and then back to winter again.

How to get there
Phone
+34 628 93 93 67
El Jardín de SB
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El Jardín de SB

An outdoor garden filled with plants and fresh flowers. A natural space decorated with garden furniture where all the details are taken care of to the maximum. The client who discovers the Garden of Salvador Bachiller will enjoy an authentic oasis from which to contemplate the sky of Madrid.

How to get there
Phone
915310260 (Ext 106)
El Porrón Canalla
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El Porrón Canalla

Is there anything more lovely than the sandwiches our mothers used to give us to snack on?

The elaborate bread used to make all sandwiches comes from Vienna Baguette and filled in an open kitchen with ingredients like a runny and completely spectacular French omelet with green pepper and brava sauce (a secret recipe handed down by Juanjo’s father).

Pork back, spectacular Frinsa mussels and potato chips (the perfect appetizer).made with sardines with onions or boar’s head, the favorite of customers who already know where to start the party in Malasaña.

How to get there
Phone
915 32 06 04
El Vergel
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El Vergel

There is a book shop on the top floor selling organic products for people who leave the restaurant and want to take home the oil they tasted with their starter, the herb salt used to prepare the dishes or arthe red grape juice they sipped with their main couse.

How to get there
Phone
+34 91 025 93 19
Federal Café
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Federal Café

For breakfast and brunch check out the Madrid branch of the popular hipster hangout La Federal.

How to get there
Phone
91 532 84 24
Frida
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Frida

Located in Chueca and open throughout the day, Frida offers good creative and international cuisine with Mediterranean touches that you can quietly enjoy in a modern setting. Its quality dishes are made at the moment, making it a place you can go if you want to eat healthy and enjoy a good dinner with friends.

How to get there
Phone
917 04 82 86
Habanera
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Habanera

Located in the heart of the city of Madrid (calle Génova 28), HABANERA emerges, the last creation of the group Larrumba. 900m2 colonial style that are developed with the idea of ​​offering a different space and disconnection.

How to get there
Phone
917 37 20 17
Toma Café
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Toma Café

Toma Café seeks to teach all about coffee to whoever is willing. They have no qualms about doing so. The coffees are made through a filter with 5% concentrated coffee and 95% carrying an espresso. This is a handmade artisan coffee and when the temperature is right the fruity essence is revealed.

How to get there
Phone
917 02 56 20
Juana La Loca
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Juana La Loca

Lively Pintxo bar with probably the best pintxo of Spanish tortilla in the city. Close to the Cava Baja street in La Latina neighbourhood, if you are doing a walking pintxos bar tour you must stop here.

How to get there
Phone
91 364 05 25
Kabuki
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Kabuki

Inside the Hotel Wellington you can find this elegant Japanese restaurant. Excellent Sushi and Sashimi but where it really excels is in chef Richard Sauz’s Spanish based combinations.

How to get there
Phone
91 417 64 15
Küche
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Küche

Küche offers a carefully crafted cuisine based on the Basque cuisine and light Mediterranean touches in a good atmosphere and with an exquisite service. Küche offers creative and contemporary recipes. A trendy spot in Madrid.

How to get there
Phone
915 99 68 87
La Bien Aparecida
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La Bien Aparecida

If what you want is to be transported to the northern coast of the country for a moment, and precisely, to Cantabria, then La Bien Aparecida is your place. The menu consists of only 30 dishes made with ingredients of the highest quality, all of them proper to Cantabria.

How to get there
Phone
911 593 939
La Bola
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La Bola

When speaking of stew in Madrid, one of the most well- known spots is La Bola. In the kitchens of this restaurant it they still cook with traditional individual mud jugs, and for 4 or 5 hours they cook chickpeas, chicken, ham, bacon, black pudding, potato and chorizo. So anyone looking for a nice Sunday stew accompanied by a great wine is welcome here!

How to get there
Phone
915 47 69 30
La Cabra
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La Cabra

With young chef Javier Aranda at the helm alongside equally young and enthusiastic staff serving old school bourgeois dishes, this restaurant provides an interesting ambience encapsulating classic and modern style. Fantastic wine list.

How to get there
Phone
+34 91 445 77 50
La Candela Restó
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La Candela Restó

For a truly intimate and personal experience mixed with some of the finest cuisine available in Madrid (if not the whole of Spain), La Candela offers a glorious fusion of Asian, north African and Spanish gastronomy. We recommend the tasting menu with matching wines for the full La Candela experience.

How to get there
Phone
918 99 02 21
La Copita Asturiana
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La Copita Asturiana

When we talk about a restaurant that cares for the product, its origin and preparation we begin to think of sites like La Copita Asturiana. The quintessential home cooking, the menu is always kept intact by these staples: beef jerky, Cabrales cheese, lamb chops from Burgos, pork feet, sea bass and bonito tuna when in season.

How to get there
Phone
913 65 10 63
La Galette 2
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La Galette 2

Open since 1973, this has become one of Madrid’s most time-honoured restaurants. It is also know for its premises, wich has charm all of its own, with two distinct dining areas, and singularly attractive décor. Its food is not completely vegetarian, as they offer both meat and fish, although its vegetarian selection is quite considerable. Definitely to be recommended are the delicious salads, soups and, of course, the desserts, a veritable delight for the sweet-toothed. At lunchtime, the menu is very rasonably priced, enabling you to eat a healthy, light and inexpensive goof meal.

How to get there
Phone
+34 913 19 31 48
La Gastroteca de Santiago
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La Gastroteca de Santiago

This is an excellent place to see where contemporary creative Spanish cuisine is heading. A short, creative menu that changes monthly and expert wine advice. If you feel adventurous, try the sampler menu.

How to get there
Phone
+34 91 548 07 07
La Lianta
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La Lianta

La Lianta ofrece cocina internacional y copas en un ambiente de moda y cosmopolita, recomendado para una buena comida o una cena aunque también está disponible para tomarse una copa. Ofrece sesiones de DJ haciendo de La Lianta un lugar informal.

How to get there
Phone
+34 664 10 47 29
La Malaje
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La Malaje

La Cocina del Sur enjoys the melting pot of a set of cultures that forged its gastronomic heritage. That is where our inspiration resides, all along this terrain of olive groves and steppe, in the culinary customs of its people, in a kitchen of vegetable and vega, a kitchen of winter and pastoral stews and Mediterranean cuisine on the coast.

How to get there
Phone
+34 910 81 30 31
La Mallorquina
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La Mallorquina

La Mallorquina is the name, and may God save you if you have never set foot in this place. Cold cuts and bottles, spicy sausage, ham and eggs … how everyone spent time in the golden age of La Mallorquina. Nowadays, you could easily place their various pastries in the running for the best in the city. Better not to get in arguments that go nowhere, and go there and leave with a smile, just like all others before you.

How to get there
Phone
915 21 12 01
La Máquina de Jorge Juan
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La Máquina de Jorge Juan

This is a restaurant inside a grocery store where besides enjoying good dishes you can buy quality vegetables among many other things. In addition, we need to mention that the decor is exquisite.

How to get there
Phone
+34 918 33 69 81
La Tasquería
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La Tasquería

His goal is to win over all those who cannot resist a plate of tripe or sweetbreads and convince those who have always denied them. He achieves this by serving those dishes in lunch boxes, jars and cups with a variety of flavors, which makes the licking and smacking of those spoons that are bathed in authentic sauces such a pleasure. Here we have varieties of Gizzard, celeriac, egg; tongue, pickled cheese, corn, leg, nose or neck, potato, and fresh salad. It is impossible to resist dipping the bread that comes on each plate. Forget what you thought was normal!

How to get there
Phone
914 51 10 00
La Tasquita de Enfrente
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La Tasquita de Enfrente

Family run restaurant with history serving the very best of Spanish cuisine. Menu changes every season to take advantage of the very best local products.

How to get there
Phone
91 532 54 49
La Trainera
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La Trainera

Founded in 1966 it is located in the noble area of ​​Madrid and in the heart of Salamanca district. Decoration Drifter reflects decor eminently marine atmosphere, the marine atmosphere where ancient fish with Drifter quickly moved up the coast to release the “Traina” a very dense mesh network used for capturing moving on all of anchovies and sardines. Once the network released around the shoal and subsequently collected to carry fishing port quickly.

How to get there
Phone
+34 91 576 80 35
La Vanduca
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La Vanduca

In the heart of Barrio Salamanca we find The Vanduca, the dream of four brothers from Malaga living in Madrid and whose name is precisely the fusion of their two surnames, Van Dulken and Calleja. Their menu is full of classic, traditional and simple dishes but giving the special house touch. All
 while respecting and remembering the flavors of Andalusia.

How to get there
Phone
915 78 23 21
Lamian by Soy Kitchen
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Lamian by Soy Kitchen

Lamian by Soy Kitchen challenges the diner to embark on a journey through the more traditional specialties of China, Taiwan, Korea, Japan or Thailand, fused with imagination and mastery by our chef. Here you will discover the most authentic Asian Street food dishes.

How to get there
Phone
+34 685 160 065
Lhardy
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Lhardy

Lhardy shines with a romantic and traditional attitude. While the stew is a dish of humble origin Lhardy turned it into luxury by using only first rate products and prepared “from the meatball” made with beef and bacon, breadcrumbs, egg, garlic and parsley until the vegetables are cooked with chorizo so it does not stain the broth. All of which is done with patience and care.

How to get there
Phone
915 21 33 85
Macera
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Macera

On the shelves of Macera rest huge bottles whose transparent Liquids, whether pink, yellow, or brown are all wrapped up with a simple label which explains its origin. The base of the drinks are Negrita rum or Gin Giro, suave and simple affordable liquors and the quality is unquestionable.

How to get there
Phone
910 11 58 10
Magasand
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Magasand

A 24:7 office favorite, this healthy option lunch spot has become very popular with Madrileños. Incredible sándwiches and fresh juices to consume inside its fashionable café style interior or alternatively on its terrace to soak up some sunshine.

How to get there
Phone
91 576 88 43
Marisqueria Norte y Sur
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Marisqueria Norte y Sur

Famous for its seafood and at prices that don’t break the bank, this humble restaurant is always full of locals. It also does a great steak.

How to get there
Phone
 +34 915 53 51 53
Matute 12
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Matute 12

For brunch or lunch. Excellent atmosphere drawing a young, trendy crowd with DJ sessions on the weekend.

How to get there
Phone
91 012 31 28
Mistura
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Mistura

Mistura Ice Cream, is a gelateria-bar that creates a boundary between Fuencarral and Malasaña street from where you can see the line of sweet lovers looking for their weekend sugar fix. Each of the ice creams are made to suit the client on an ice plate
 at low temperature at which ice cream toppings and flavors are mixed. Custom made ice cream., come and get it!

How to get there
Phone
917 55 63 91
Montia
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Montia

Recently awarded its first Michelin star, Montia is forever changing its exquisite menú according to the instincts of its two brilliant chefs Daniel Ochoa and Luis Moreno.  Excellent food and service at reasonable prices make this a must stop if you are in the neighbourhood of San Lorenzo.

How to get there
Phone
+34 91 133 69 88 
Navaja
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Navaja

Checkered floor and minimalist furniture in local with galician-Peruvian fusion cuisine of Asian influence.

How to get there
Phone
636 85 23 04
Numa Pompilio
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Numa Pompilio

It takes the name of the second king of Rome, that followed to Remig, yes, the one of Romulus and Remus and the legend of the foundation of the eternal city. When you enter, you will teleport to the most classic and baroque Italy. The decoration, by the studio of Alejandra Pombo, consists of fresh paint on the walls, vegetation, mirrors … Ostentatious and delicious.

How to get there
Phone
+34 916 859 719
Olivia te Cuida
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Olivia te Cuida

Simplicity, friendliness and naturalness are the hallmarks of this restaurant, which is open all day and serves food any time you like. Healthy, organic, vegetarian and homemade cuisine. Their thin-crust pizzas made from organic flour are delicious.

How to get there
Phone
+34 917 02 00 66
Perrachica
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Perrachica

Built over a former bank site and decorated in the purest colonial industrial style, Perrachica offers an impressive space with different rooms where you can have breakfast, lunch, an afternoon snack, dinner or to just go for a drink. It offers an indoor garden for smokers or for those who simply want to enjoy some good views.

How to get there
Phone
+34 917 37 77 75
Pez Tortilla
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Pez Tortilla

Typical tapas bar in Madrid. Its menu revolves around two star meals of the Spanish gastronomy: Tortillas and croquetas that can be accompanied by a selected menu offering more than thirty national and international craft beers.

How to get there
Phone
+34 653 91 99 84
Picsa
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Picsa

RESPECT THE PIZZA! By far and away the best pizzeria in Madrid. Picsa offers great Argentinian style pizza in a cool space. Do check it out if you fancy a slice.

How to get there
Phone
915 34 10 09
Pink Monkey
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Pink Monkey

Pink Monkey brings a revolution to the Spanish cuisine, as sophisticated as lighthearted, in the center of the Chamberí neighbourhood. Responding to the concept of “Asian Craft Food” where Asian food is the star but I fused with ingredients from the Peruvian, Mexican and Mediterranean cuisine.

How to get there
Phone
+34 913 10 52 72
Punto MX
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Punto MX

Mexican restaurant for connoisseurs with guacamole prepared at your table. Excellent wine list to match the authentic regional cuisine.

How to get there
Phone
914 02 22 26
Rey de Tallarines
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Rey de Tallarines

This is not your typical Chinese restaurant. This, ladies and gentlemen, is one of the Chinese restaurants that should be the most respected and trustworthy. Specialties, such as its renowned fried noodles, chicken in lemon sauce, fried wun tun, dim sum, beef with ginger sauce and asparagus spears, Pekinese style duck, fried rice, curry chicken with dumplings on the grill.

How to get there
Phone
915 42 68 97
Sacha
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Sacha

In the Chamartin district this well loved restaurant has been a fixture of Madrileño life since Sacha Hormaechea’s parents first opened it naming it after him. The menu uses exceptional raw materials, notably the seafood for which Madrid is famous. Do try the spider-crab lasagna!

How to get there
Phone
+34 91 345 59 52
Sala Despiece
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Sala Despiece

Foodies in Madrid have all been raving about this Chamberi based gem. Do not be fooled by its appearance, it represents a typical old school bar in Cham- beri, all ingredients are on show and you pick and choose what you would like and they cook and serve immediately.

How to get there
Phone
+34 917 52 61 06
Slow Mex
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Slow Mex

Slow Mex is a cosmopolitan restaurant which combines urban chicago food focused in burritos, tacos, sandwiches, with a gourmet selection of craft beer.

How to get there
Phone
915 32 67 91
Streetxo
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Streetxo

In this open kitchen the flames from the stove reaches the ceiling, the chefs shout the food orders and move to the beat of blaring techno music, obligating diners to raise their voice to be heard by their companions. Still, among the fuss, it is the food that takes the role of this memorable dining experience. In Streetxo there is an obsession to create a unique experience in the world.

How to get there
Phone
+34 915 31 98 84
Taberna J. Blanco
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Taberna J. Blanco

A tavern located in La Latina neighborhood whose specialty is home cooking. At the bar you can get rations of dried beef, dried tuna, and peppers with high grade tuna or Cabrales cheese, anchovy and duck foie gras. All of these are simple and cheap. Don’t leave without trying the carmelized onions.

How to get there
Phone
+34 913 66 48 42
Tatel
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Tatel

Rafa Nadal, Pau Gasol and Enrique Iglesias have joined forces to open a part club, part restaurant and part bar that has tongues wagging across the city. Tatel has plans to expand to Barcelona, New York and Las Vegas. Featuring an impressive winelist and traditional Spanish cuisine be sure to check this out especially if you are in a large group.

How to get there
Phone
+34 911 72 18 41
Teckel
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Teckel

Recommended for lunch or a casual dinner. Teckel offers a simple cuisine with traditional quality dishes but with a creative twist and that makes it a unique place in alongside its London 20’s vibe. If you want to enjoy a good experience in Teckel, we recommend the burger El Capricho de Leon, considered one of the best steaks of the world.

How to get there
Phone
+34 910 88 45 50
Ten con Ten
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Ten con Ten

Sophisticated upscale madrileños and local celebrities all flock to this bustling Asturian-inspired restaurant that’s lately on everyone’s mustdo list. It is a positive balance between two sometimes very clashing elements: PR buzz and food quality.

How to get there
Phone
91 575 92 54
The Passenger
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The Passenger

Great cocktail bar in the hipster neighbourhood of Malasaña. The fun aspect of this bar is the illusion of movement. The three large windows in the main seating area are actually video screens onto which a constant, synchronized stream of video is programmed so that it flows from window to window, creating a feeling of looking out the window of a moving train from a by gone era.

How to get there
Phone
91 169 49 76
Tiradito
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Tiradito

Traveling to Peru without even going to Peru is as simple as trying it́s gastronomy. Tiradito explores every corner of the country and each stop is a discovery The mountains, coast and Andes are the three proposals its chef seeks to show some of his less traveled diners. He communicates through a “modern and stylized Peruvian cuisine where flavors prevail. We played with presentation but maintained the flavors.”

How to get there
Phone
915 41 78 76
Toma Café
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Toma Café

Toma Café seeks to teach all about coffee to whoever is willing. They have no qualms about doing so. The coffees are made through a filter with 5% concentrated coffee and 95% carrying an espresso. This is a handmade artisan coffee and when the temperature is right the fruity essence is revealed.

How to get there
Phone
+34 917 049 344
Toni 2 Piano Bar
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Toni 2 Piano Bar

If you happen to be out and about late night, do pop into Toni 2 and have a sing along around their gigantic piano with Madrid regulars that appear to be cast for an Almodovar film!

How to get there
Phone
91 532 00 11
Toque de Sal
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Toque de Sal

Toque de Sal is a cozy bistro with a French air, nicely decorated in a very elegant way. It offers breakfast, lunch, snacks, dinner and drinks every day of the week. The food on offer is Mediterranean but there are also some Italian, French and Belgian dishes.

How to get there
Phone
+34 914 26 64 65
Triciclo
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Triciclo

Informal & cosy restaurant based on the very best produce from local markets. Excellent price/quality and great atmposphere. Do try the steak tartare!

How to get there
Phone
+34 91 024 47 98
Ultramarinos Quintín
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Ultramarinos Quintín

This is a restaurant inside a grocery store where besides enjoying good dishes you can buy quality vegetables among many other things. In addition, we need to mention that the decor is exquisite.

How to get there
Phone
+34 917 86 46 24
Viridiana
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Viridiana

A Madrid classic! Named after the Luis Buñuel film, is widely regarded as one of the finest restaurants in Madrid, reknowned for the creative imagination of its chef and part owner, Abraham Garcia, who has lined the walls with stills from Buñuel films (He is also a film historian, not just a self taught chef!).

Viva Burger
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Viva Burger

The restaurant has a self-service buffet where the price depends on the weight of your order. You pay for what you eat and no food is thrown away. Those who think vegetarian food is boring haven’t stepped in here. Everything they offer is well-prepared, dressed or spiced. the food on display at the buffet, which you can also take home with you, is inspired by Oriental, Arabic and Mediterranean cuisines, with its roots in macrobiotic cooking. all the pulses and cereals are organic. some of their most noteworthy dishes are the lasagne, seafood paella with algae, millet balls in green sauce and any of their delicious salads. As one would expect from any self- respecting vegetarian restaurant, they pay special attention to their desserts, offering such delights as carrot or chocolate and nut cake. They offer savoury and sweet food suitable for vegans and coeliacs. the restaurant’s downstairs dining area is an orgy of colour with kitsch mural paintings. In summer, you can enjoy sitting out on their terrace, up on the pedestrianized street.

How to get there
Phone
913 66 33 49
Warehouse
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Warehouse

WAREHOUSE has reopened after an extensive renovation. It is located in an ancient mansion at the corner of Lagasca and María de Molina 25. It presents a simple, elegant and different style together with our already well-known farm-to-table philosophy. It offers quality gastronomy, genuine and natural with its designation of origin, where our wines and HACIENDA ZORITA Organic Farm products stand out. Among the latter, we can account for our cured reserve cheese, which has been internationally awarded as ‘Best cured reserve cheese in the world 2015-2016 by World Cheese Awards’. To be delighted by them is definitely an experience one has to live in order to tell the tale.

How to get there
Phone
+34 914 36 59 22
Yerbabuena
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Yerbabuena

This is a restaurant for strict vegans, vegetarians and even meat eaters ready to try some experimental and very different cooking. On the menu you will find dishes mad with soya, seitan or vegetables, but made to look like sausages, cheese or fish. Here they cook using tofu, soy, and many other ingredients.

How to get there
Phone
+34 915 48 08 11