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Where can you take in beautiful sights, experience a rich culture, and also taste some of the best food in the world? Madrid, obviously. Getting a taste of Madrid should be on everyone’s bucket list.  Here are our top picks for where to eat in Madrid.

Restaurants

Ten Con Ten
Ten Con Ten

Ten Con Ten has become a hotspot for travelers visiting Madrid. Chef Sandro Silva serves traditional Asturian cuisine with a creative spin. The restaurant is extremely modern, chic, and known for its flavorful seafood. Therefore, it is no doubt that Ten Con Ten is the perfect spot for a late-night meal with a group of friends.

Address: Calle de Ayala 6, Salamanca

Angelita
Angelita

If you like wine, you’ll love Angelita. The dining room doubles as a wine bar, with a separate cocktail bar downstairs. It is quite easy to find something for you to enjoy since the menu includes both classic and contemporary dishes. Additionally, the produce served at Angelita is grown at the owner’s own family farm.

Address: C. de la Reina, 4 28004 Madrid

Bibo Madrid
BiBo Madrid

Located in central Madrid, BiBo is the perfect place to try Andalusian food for the first time (or the hundredth, or even again). Chef Dani García expertly fuses Andalusian cuisine with flavors from all over the world. The restaurant’s interiors are elegant and mimic the Málaga Fair. Interestingly, everything inside the restaurant is meant to celebrate Chef García’s Andalusian roots, setting it apart from other popular restaurants in Madrid.

Address: P.º de la Castellana, 52, Salamanca, 28046 Madrid, Spain

Lobito de Mar
Lobito de Mar

Lobito de Mar is a must-try restaurant for travelers since it is modern and undeniably romantic. Like BiBo, it is also owned by Chef Dani García. There are two menus: one formal and one informal.  The informal menu offers a variety of tapas. Similarly to BiBo, the formal menu includes plenty of seafood and Andalusian rice dishes.

Address: C. de Jorge Juan, 10, 28001 Madrid

El Landó
El Landó

El Landó can be found in the Opera & Palacio Real neighborhood. It is extremely popular, both among locals and tourists. The restaurant is famous for huevos estrellados, its most sought-after dish. El Landó is a particularly great place to try some traditional Spanish food, sip a glass of wine, and also spot a celebrity or two.

Address: Pl. de Gabriel Miró, 8, Centro, 28005 Madrid, Sp

El Pescador
El Pescador

As the name implies, El Pescador is the place to try some top-notch fish. Upon entering, you’ll see a selection of seafood on display – including everything you ever wanted to eat. Moreover, it is the freshness and variety of the seafood that has made the restaurant so famous. Also, Spanish wine is always available by the bottle at El Pescador.

Address: C. de José Ortega y Gasset, 75, Salamanca, 28006 Madrid, Spain

Bars

Pictura Bar
Pictura Bar

Sometimes you just want to get dressed to the nines and enjoy a late-night drink. Located inside the Mandarin Oriental Ritz, Pictura Bar is as sophisticated as it is fun. The wall behind the bar is decorated with an Instagram-worthy mural, made to resemble the wall of a museum. It’s a fantastic place to sip on a cocktail, chat with friends, and enjoy the scenery.

Address: Plaza de la Lealtad 5, 28014 Madrid, Spain

Salmon Guru
Salmon Guru

Salmon Guru is as exciting as it is stylish. The bright lights, eye-popping colors, and particularly unique cocktails make it possible to spend an entire evening there without ever getting bored. However, it’s done in a sophisticated way that doesn’t overwhelm the senses. In addition to the stimulating atmosphere, Salmon Guru is also known for its delicious and inventive cocktails. Their bright colors and striking flavors match the interior of the bar perfectly.

Address: Calle de Echegaray, 21, Centro, 28014 Madrid, Spain

Markets

Mercado de San Miguel
Mercado de San Miguel 

Mercado de San Miguel is a fresh food market in the heart of Madrid. You might want to visit this one on an empty stomach. It is the perfect place to sample several different kinds of Spanish food all at once. One visit to the market will show you just how much variety Spain has when it comes to food.

Address: Pl. de San Miguel, s/n, Centro, 28005 Madrid, Spain

Casa Dani
Casa Dani

Casa Dani is a wildly popular restaurant located in Madrid’s Mercado de la Paz. It’s the place to grab lunch when you’re in the mood for a hearty meal. The restaurant is known for its tortilla española. It is commonly referred to as “the best tortilla in Spain” and has won numerous awards to support that statement.

Address: Cl. de Ayala, 28, Salamanca, 28001 Madrid, Spain

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