Gastronomy

Centennial restaurants

Madrid has an important gastronomic tradition. Proof of this are the many restaurants that have been preparing the typical dishes of the city for more than a hundred years and serving the best wine in the region. Traditional stews, classic ‘tortilla’ and, in general, Castilian cuisine are the main dishes in these establishments, which have successfully stood the test of time. Restaurants like Casa Ciriaco, Botín or Bodega de la Ardosa are looking forward to seeing you again while enjoying their dishes.

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Tapas in Madrid

Another plan that never fails in Madrid, with significant others, family or friends is to have some good tapas. If you are in La Latina you will find many traditional bars and restaurants around Cava Baja. Although Sunday is the classic vermouth day among the locals, any day is good to go for a walk in this area. Nearby, in Lavapiés, the classic Madrid rations coexist with Indian, Maghreb or Latin American gastronomic proposals. And if food markets are your thing, don’t miss the Antón Martín market, the Vallehermoso market, the San Fernando market or the famous San Miguel Market, among many others.Discover here all the tapas areas around Madrid.

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Michelin Stars

In Madrid you’ll find more than 20 restaurants with Michelin stars, turning the city into one of the main gastronomic centres in Spain. Among these restaurants we can find contemporary cuisine with local roots in Coque, or cuisine inspired by flavors all around the world like in Diverxo, a fusion between Mediterranean and Japanese food in Kabuki, even the first flamenco tablao with a Michelin star restaurant, the Corral de la Morería Gastronómico.

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