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Madrid, Spain

Best places for tapas?

I´ll be in Madrid next week, and I´d like to know some good price/quality options for tapas at the Centro, near Prado Museum and at Chuenca. Thanks

5 Answers

top answer by
Maria from Dublin

I love the La Latina district, there's a nice cool vibe and lots of outdoor eating. Places of note are La Musa, Taberna Tempranillo or Cervecería Cruz. Between La Latina and Plaza Mayor is the Mercado de San Miguel. This is a great place for picking up some Snacks, Cocktails, Wine, Beers, Chiurros, an amazing variety of food to take away or eat as you walk around. We stayed in an apartment around the corner and practically lived in San Miguel.

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  1. La Latina (attraction)
  2. La Musa (restaurant)
  3. Taberna Tempranillo (restaurant)
  4. Cervecería Cruz (restaurant)
  5. Plaza Mayor (attraction)
  6. Mercado de San Miguel (attraction)
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answered by
Jessica from Washington, DC

Head to the top of El Corte Inglés in El Cento at the Gourmet Experience Gran Vía. Delicious tapas, sangría and an amazing view of the city.

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  2. Gourmet Experience Gran Vía (attraction)
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answered by
Rocio from Costa Rica

Hello again! To me best places for tapas in Madrid were: Taberna Los Huevos de Lucio (Calle Cava Baja 30), Lateral(Plaza Santa Ana 12, Paseo de la Castellana 89 or Fuencarral) and 100 Montaditos (by Museo Nacional del Prado, Plaza de las Cortes 3).


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  1. Madrid (city)
  2. Taberna Los Huevos de Lucio (restaurant)
  3. Lateral (attraction)
  4. 100 Montaditos (restaurant)
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answered by
Taylor from Pennsylvania

Hi Luis,

In the Prado Museum/Chueca area, I really like anywhere on Calle de Las Huertas.  They have a lot of good places on that street.  Closer to Chueca, I like El Pezcador.  The tapas are really cheap and they give you a whole plate every time you order a drink.  Most people on that street will be going to El Tigre, which is also famous for platefuls of tapas, but El Pezcador is smaller, less crowded and better in my opinion.  El Pezcador has more Galician style food which is delicious.  El Mercado de San Antón is in the Chueca area and they have a nice roof top terrace to sit on and have some tapas and wine.  

If you're willing to branch off from the Chueca area, I also really like La Latina.  There are a lot of options there.  Head to the Cava Alta and Cava Baja streets for some good places.

Buen provecho!

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  1. Calle de Las Huertas (attraction)
  2. El Pezcador (restaurant)
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answered by
Juli from Salem (Massachusetts)

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