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Juan
France

Madrid

Best tapas

What is the best places for tapas in Madrid?

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10 Answers

top answer by
Cameron from San Francisco

El Tigre!!! Great drinks and even better and bigger tapas.


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  1. El Tigre (restaurant)
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answered by
Jeff from Portland

That is a big question, because I think of Madrid as much more than Tapas. Some of my favorites are

Taberna Tempranillo

Taberna Txacolí

Mercado de San Miguel (there are a number of other markets in town that are also fantastic.

StreetXO - Not tapas but a must in my opinion

If you just walk down Calle Cava Baja it is lined with tapas places everywhere, you should be able to find anything you like there. 


There are a few other posts on here that cover similar topics to what you are asking, check them out and you will have plenty of good recs. Here is a good one.


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Taberna Tempranillo (restaurant)
  2. Taberna Txacolí (restaurant)
  3. Mercado de San Miguel (restaurant)
  4. StreetXO (restaurant)
  5. Calle Cava Baja (attraction)
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answered by
Norwill from La Guaira, Venezuela

The best that you can do is visit, multiple bars. 

In spanish say "vamos de tapas" and you with your friends visit one bar if don like go for another one, taste the tapas and go to another one...... thats really cool.


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answered by
Katie from Cedar Knolls, New Jersey

Ciudad Condal

Also known as Ciudad Comtal. Literally best tapas place I've been to ever and it's honestly very affordable!


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  1. Ciudad Condal (restaurant)
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answered by
Joseph from Los Angeles

First, head to La Casa del Abuelo for their famous garlic shrimp, then head to Casa Labra for fried cod and fried cod croquetas. Then, head to Las Bravas for some patatas bravas. Finally, try the meatballs El Madroño and they'll give you a free shot of liquor made from Madrid's emblematic official tree. All are within walking distance. A little farther away, try the salmorejo at Bodega La Ardosa in Malasana.


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. La Casa del Abuelo (restaurant)
  2. Casa Labra (attraction)
  3. Las Bravas (attraction)
  4. El Madroño (restaurant)
  5. Bodega La Ardosa (restaurant)
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answered by
Patricia from Spain

Hi juan,

There are many fancy tapas restaurants around La Latina. I specially like Juana la Loca Pintxos-Bar and a few ones in Calle Cava Baja street such as La Chata, a very tipical Madrid tapas bar still run by a very short woman.

Prices are not as cheap as they used to be but is still worthy.

Careful with pickpockets specially in the metro!

Enjoy!


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. La Latina (neighborhood)
  2. Juana la Loca Pintxos-Bar (attraction)
  3. Calle Cava Baja (attraction)
  4. La Chata (restaurant)
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answered by
Antonio from Buenos Aires

You should try Casa Julio croquetas.


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  1. Casa Julio (restaurant)
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answered first by
Sergio from Lisbon

Lateral in C. Velazquez. A must.


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  1. Lateral (attraction)
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answered by
Robson from Istanbul

Our favorite one is El Tigre. Delicious tapas and huge glass of beer or sangria, back in May we paid Euro 5 for 1 liter!
We also liked  Museo del Jamon,  great deals for beers and good "montaditos" and a lot of jamon !!!


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. El Tigre (restaurant)
  2. Museo del Jamon (restaurant)
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answered by
Marisa from Buenos Aires, Argentina

Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Sidrería El Tigre (restaurant)




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