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DiverXO

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  • Eclectic

When you ask a madrileño about a remarkable food experience—something that stirs the senses, not just feeds the appetite—David Muñoz's...

Horcher

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  • German

The faithful continue to fill this traditional shrine to fine dining, once considered Madrid's best restaurant and still worth seeking...

La Terraza—Casino de Madrid

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  • Eclectic

This rooftop terrace just off Puerta del Sol is in one of Madrid's oldest, most exclusive clubs (a casino is a club for gentlemen,...

Ramon Freixa

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  • Spanish

Celebrity-chef Ferran Adrià once stated that his dream was to cook for only one guest at a time, and Ramon Freixa, a Catalan and another...

Santceloni

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  • Mediterranean

An enduring star of the city’s contemporary cuisine, this top-notch restaurant managed to survive the sudden death of its founder,...

Sergi Arola

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  • Eclectic

Celebrity chef Sergi Arola—Ferran Adrià's most popular disciple—vaulted to the top of the Madrid dining scene at La Broche, then...

Viridiana

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  • Eclectic

A black-and-white color scheme punctuated with prints from Luis Buñuel's classic film, the restaurant's namesake, is the hallmark of...

Zalacaín

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  • Spanish

This restaurant, decorated in dramatic dark wood, gleaming silver, and apricot hues, introduced nouvelle Basque cuisine to Spain in the...

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