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  • Calle San Marcos 26 Map It
  • Chueca
  • American

Published 08/18/2015

Fodor's Review

If you're getting nostalgic after days of traveling across Spain, don't miss out on this mishmash of two deeply ingrained American concepts—the hamburger and the diner—with a European twist. The result is a very affordable menu, favored by Chueca and Malasaña hipsters, that includes your traditional beef hamburgers but also plenty of unusual offerings, such the Tandoori burger; the Mexican, with chicken, avocado, and a salsa made with red chilies; the Caprichosa, with Brie and onion jam; or the vegetarian options with falafel or soy. They are clearly doing it right—there are now three other locations in Madrid, all centrally located: at Espíritu Santo 12 and Calle Silva 25 in Malasaña, and at Calle Cruz 7 in Barrio de las Letras. All get packed at traditional Spanish mealtimes, so it's best to eat off-peak if you can.

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Calle San Marcos 26, Madrid, 28004, Spain

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Published 08/18/2015


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