Madrid Restaurant

Old Sep 10th, 2005, 05:19 AM
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Madrid Restaurant

I will be traveling with my wife to Madrid in October for the first time. She will celebrate her 45th birthday while we are there so I would like to take her to a nice, romantic restaurant. We are staying at the Gran Melia Fenix. Suggestions?
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Old Sep 10th, 2005, 06:28 AM
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check out the casino de madrid.- this is not a gambling place. that is the "gran"casino.

it is a lovely aristocratic gorgeous building and restaurant . we have dined there with a member but i understand non-members can use the restaurant .

you can email them in english and ask.
they have an english format of their wepage at www.casinodemadrid.es

it is worth a walk around no matter.
some of the top events of the year in madrid take place there.
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Old Sep 10th, 2005, 10:29 AM
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For such a special occasion, you may want to consider Restaurante La Broche, Miguel Ángel 29-31 (Bajos del Hotel Miguel Ángel). Chef Sergei Arola, a disciple of Ferrán Adriá, has recently been awarded two Michelin stars.
(http://www.labroche.com/)

Another excellent gastronomic selection that your wife might enjoy would be Restaurante El Chaflan, Avda. PÌo XII, 34 (http://www.elchaflan.com/).

For a more formal, elegant dining experience, there is Restaurante Horcher, C/ Alfonso XII, 6 (http://www.restaurantehorcher.com/home.html).

One more recommendation would be Restaurante Santceloni, next to the Hotel Hesperia at Paseo de Castellana (http://www.restaurantesantceloni.com/index_eng.htm).

These are among the top restaurants in Madrid in quality, style and creative cuisine.
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Hi,

I think that the website mentions it, but La Broche is closed on weekends (and it destroyed a well-thought plan I had for last May , anyway, it was better, I ended up spending less money ...).

The restaurant at the Museo del Traje is supposed to be pretty interesting, although a bit out of the way.
http://museodeltraje.mcu.es/

Rgds,
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I can highly recommend the Posada de la Villa, situated in Cava Baja( near Plaza Mayor). Atmosphere, food and service are outstanding. I was there last year and my parents just returned from Madrid and report that it was great.
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Although the Posada de la Villa is a great place to eat with very traditional fare, it would hardly be considered "romantic".
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Martwil:
If you are going to Madrid check out this website we found very useful when we were in Spain last year
http://www.madridman.com/
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