Madrid Restaurants

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  • 1. Bodega de la Ardosa

    $ | Malasaña | Spanish

    A 19th-century bodega, with barrel tables and dusty gewgaws hanging from the walls, Bodega de a Ardosa is an anachronism in Malasaña, an...Read More

  • 2. Casa Paco

    $$$ | La Latina | Steakhouse

    Packed with madrileños downing Valdepeñas wine, this Castilian tavern, with its zinc-top bar and tiled walls, wouldn't have looked out of place...Read More

  • 3. Bar Santurce

    $ | Lavapies | Spanish

    This abuelo bar near the top of the Rastro is famous for grilled sardines, blistered Padrón peppers, and fried calamari. ...Read More

  • 4. Casa Botín

    $$$ | La Latina | Spanish

    According to Guinness World Records , Madrid is home to the world’s oldest restaurant, Botín, established in 1725 and a favorite of Ernest...Read More

  • 5. Cervecería Cervantes

    $ | Barrio de las Letras | Spanish

    Cervecería Cervantes is an improbably down-to-earth neighborhood bar—the type where you throw your olive pits and napkins right onto the floor...Read More

  • 6. El Landó

    $$$ | La Latina | Spanish

    This castizo ("rootsy") restaurant, with dark wood-paneled walls lined with bottles of wine, serves classic Spanish food like huevos estrellados...Read More

  • 7. El Pescador

    $$$ | Salamanca | Seafood

    Owned by the proprietors of the best fish market in town, this seafood restaurant with a warm modern interior welcomes guests with an impressive...Read More

  • 8. Gourmet Experience Callao

    $ | Sol | International

    On the rooftop of El Corte Inglés, Spain’s largest department store, there's a gourmet food court with some of the best views in the city. Grab...Read More

  • 9. La Bola

    $$ | Palacio | Spanish

    La Bola is renowned for its cocido madrileño, a soul-satisfying chickpea and meat stew, and for its decor, which has hardly changed a lick since...Read More

  • 10. La Castela

    $$ | Retiro | Spanish

    Traditional taverns with tin-top bars, vermouth on tap, and no-nonsense waiters are a dying breed in Madrid, but this one, just a couple of...Read More

  • 11. La Horizontal

    $$ | El Escorial | Spanish

    Away from town and surrounded by trees in what used to be a mountain cabin, this family-oriented restaurant is coveted by madrileños, who come...Read More

  • 12. Mercado de la Reina

    $$ | Chueca | Spanish

    This might be the only worthwhile tapas restaurant on Gran Vía, Madrid's main commercial artery. Dishes here—from croquetas to grilled vegetables...Read More

  • 13. Mercado de San Antón

    $$ | Chueca | International

    Following the successful transformation of the Mercado de San Miguel, near the Plaza Mayor, the city completely refurbished this old neighborhood...Read More

  • 14. Mercado de San Miguel

    $$ | Sol | International

    Adjacent to the Plaza Mayor, this "gastronomic market" is a feast for the senses. Its bustling interior—a mixture of tapas spots and immaculately...Read More

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  • 15. Taberna Almendro 13

    $ | La Latina | Spanish

    Getting a weekend seat in this rustic old favorite is a feat, but drop by any other time and you'll be served ample, stick-to-your-ribs raciones...Read More

  • 16. Taberna de la Dolores

    $ | Barrio de las Letras | Spanish

    A lively corner bar with a colorful tiled facade, this is a solid spot for a cold beer and a quick bite after visiting the nearby museums. Try...Read More

  • 17. Txirimiri

    $$ | La Latina | Spanish

    This perennially packed Basque tapas spot, one of four branches in a local chain, is famous for its Unai slider, fried in tempura and topped...Read More

  • 18. Asador Frontn I

    $$$ | Lavapies | Spanish

    Uptown's Asador Frontón II is swankier, but this downtown original is more charming, and fine meat and fish are the headliners on the menu....Read More

  • 19. Casa Lastra

    $$ | Lavapies | Spanish

    Established in 1926, this Asturian tavern is popular with Lavapiés locals. The rustic, half-tile walls are strung with relics from the Asturian...Read More

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