Best 9 famous restaurants in Madrid
Madrid receives the influences of cuisine from other latitudes and where the traditional gastronomy of the country is the wonder of native people and visitors.
It’s a sophisticated restaurant with a vintage style, located within the Chamartin neighborhood, a very pleasant place with a unique air-conditioned garden in the whole area of Madrid.
They serve varied and delicious brunches like sweet ham quesadilla with cheese and guacamole, French toast with maple syrup and whipped cream, which you can accompany with good cocktails, wines and assorted desserts.
Located about 130 meters high inside the Eurostars Madrid Tower Hotel, it offers a spectacular panoramic view of the city, is an attractive place for business meetings but especially for couples.
Its decoration is sober and meticulous, which makes it look like a luxurious place. As for its exquisite gastronomy, it offers lamb and beef tenderloin prepared with care, fish accompanied by selected wines and a creative desserts menu.
You can find it in the Downtown District, La Latina neighborhood, specifically in Cava Baj. The place has been opened since 1974, and many famous people have visited the place such as the known actress Penelope Cruz or even the former US President Bill Clinton.
The fame that has given recognition to the restaurant is principally in its coal oven and the fact that they only use olive oil, so that the specialty of the house is in the purest style of Madrid like the capon in pepitoria sauce or the cocido madrileño.
One of the best restaurants for Japanese food lovers, located in the Chamberí District in the Jorge Juan Street. Their cooking style is inspired by the Kaiseki (light food).
Its key to achieving the perfection of Japanese flavors consists in three things: the best raw material, traditional cooking technique and constant innovation. The restaurant offers a bar where you can try Asian-inspired cocktails, Japanese tapas and even a small format tasting menu.
It’s difficult to recommend special dishes because the 47Ronin’s menu changes from time to time, but you’ll love the combination of their dishes. And lastly we cannot forget the 200 different types of wines they offer, and of course, you’ll need to accompany your food with Sake.
Located in Madrid between Paseo la Castellana and Serrano Street and decorated with a very classic colonial atmosphere, its traditional cuisine maintains a harmonious bet that seeks to reach a very diverse public.
The artichoke has become the symbol of this restaurant, served candied and presented as a flower, but it isn’t the only thing they know how to do, they also stroll through the most popular gastronomy in Latin America: guacamoles, fajitas, tequeños, empanadas, arepas, among many other things.
Located in the street of Azcona, its specialty is the Galician and Basque cuisine. The menu is extensive and you’ll find it difficult to choose between a wide variety of fish, meat, rice, seafood and a score of entrances, but a special dish you cannot go without trying is the Pulpo a Feira.
Streertxo is the affordable restaurant of the 3 stars michelin chef David Muñoz. Located on the ninth floor of the commercial center, El Corte Inglés de Callao, offers a design inspired by the street food markets of Singapore, and a menu with an offer of creative, elaborated and tasty dishes.
You will be struck by the choreography of the cooks, the straitjacket uniform, the open kitchen where you can observe the embers, the flames and the torches or the presentation of all dishes.
To end an excellent evening, we recommend enjoy of their special cocktails at the terrace with views overlooking Madrid.
A restaurant-bar located very close to the Puerta Del Sol, founded since 1860, which retains the essence of a tavern, as it preserves much of its original decoration.
The place is not particularly big but its menu is pretty big and full of flavor. Among its specialties are the pavia soldaditos and the battered fried cod. It also has different croquettes, tuna tacos with tomatoes, cheeses and many other delicious combinations.
Located on Calle Botoneras next to the Mayor Square, it has delighted the most demanding palates since 1894. It has two bars, two terraces and five rooms of different sizes and decorations.
The restaurant bar is wide and attracts attention due to its hand carving structure made in the 19th century. On its walls hang photographs that are part of the history of the city and the famous people who have passed through the establishment.
Its gastronomy is purely Spanish: Roasts, Corns of Madrid, Bull tailed stew, Potatoes in olive oil with corral eggs and Morcilla de Burgos.