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Popular Restaurants in Madrid

If you're a first time visitor to Madrid, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a smaller local eatery could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but the restaurants may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about restaurants in Madrid.


What are some good restaurants in Madrid?

Here are some of the most recommended restaurants in Madrid.

Mercado de San Miguel
1 Plaza San Miguel Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid

915 42 49 36
Botín
Madrid, Spain

913 66 42 17
Tablao Villa Rosa
Pl. de Santa Ana, 1-5 Madrid, Madrid
El Tigre
Calle de las Infantas Madrid, Spain
Taberna Alhambra
9 Calle de la Victoria M, Comunidad de Madrid

915 21 07 08
Chocolateria San Gines
Pasadizo de San Gines 5 Madrid, Spain
DiverXO
Pensamiento 28 Madrid, Madrid

+34 915 70 07 66
Taberna Tempranillo
Calle Cava Baja 38 Madrid, Madrid

+34 913 64 15 32
Casa Julio
C. Madera, 41 Madrid, Madrid

+34 915 22 72 74
La Casa del Abuelo
C. Victoria, 12 Madrid, Madrid

+34 910 00 01 33
Museo del Jamon
54 Calle de Atocha Madrid, Community of Madrid

913 69 22 04
El Pezcador
9 Calle Infantas Madrid, Community of Madrid

915 32 42 90
La Musa
18 Calle de Manuela Malasaña Madrid, Community of Madrid

914 48 75 58
Meson del Champiñon
17 C/ Cava de San Miguel Madrid, Community of Madrid

915 59 67 90
Juana La Loca
4 Plaza Puerta de Moros Madrid, Community of Madrid

913 64 05 25

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Here's what Trippy members had to say about restaurants:

"There is an excellent market right next to it, Mercado de San Miguel where you can sample all kinds of small bites and drink local wines, and the fabulous hot chocolate with churros!"  See More

"Don't miss a meal at Botín (world's oldest continuously operated restaurant) which specializes in Castillian fire roasted meats - go hungry!"  See More

"If you like chocolate Chocolateria San Gines is the best place in town to eating "churros and chocolate"."  See More

"In Madrid we really liked El Tigre, you can have a huge plate of tapas with a huge glass of beer or sangria for only Euro 5!"  See More

"Paralelo Cero, 100 Montaditos, Taberna Los Huevos de Lucio, Mercado de la Reina, Taberna Alhambra, Chocolateria San Gines, Mercado de San Miguel, La Cocina de San Antón, Mercado San Antón, Restaurante Palacio de Cibeles, Tablao Villa Rosa, restaurante hegar."  See More

"€ Managed by Daviz Muñoz DiverXO 200."  See More

"Taberna Tempranillo and La Casa del Abuelo are my personal favourites."  See More

"Go sample the awesome tapas at Casa Julio, then walk around the streets of the Malasaña area, loads of great boutique stores and traditional bars."  See More

"When I was in Madrid I notice a place called Museo del Jamon."  See More

"Places of note are La Musa, Taberna Tempranillo or Cervecería Cruz."  See More

"For example Meson del Champiñon specializes in a mushroom tapa, Mesón del boquerón specializes in an anchovy tapa, and Mesón de la Tortilla specializes in tortilla de patatas (Spanish omelette)."  See More

"In my opinion you can find the best "Tortilla de patatas" in Madrid in Juana La Loca , which is in the La Latina neighborhood."  See More

Where can I find out more about Madrid?

This page is just a starting point, to really get personalized advice from Madrid locals and experienced travelers, post a question on Trippy! You can start by browsing the questions other people have asked about Madrid.

If you've changed your mind and decided to go somewhere else, go to the main page and explore where to stay in any city.



   
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