Hola, madrid

In the heart of the Iberian Peninsula, surrounded by mountains and natural parks, Madrid is an irresistible destination that boasts a wealth of cultural and leisure offers. It is home to renowned museums, art galleries, elegant buildings, and charming squares, as well as two world-class football teams, Atlético Madrid and Real Madrid. The capital of the Kingdom of Spain also boasts unique neighbourhoods, bustling nightlife, and scrumptious cuisine. Brimming with energy and character, Madrid is a city that is sure to captivate the hearts of many travellers.


Restaurantes para visitar

Sobrino de Botín, Spanish restaurant in Madrid, Spain

Sobrino de Botín

Sobrino de Botín is a restaurant that epitomizes the label "classic" in every sense. Established in 1725, Botín holds the distinction of being the oldest continuously operating restaurant in the world. Notably, Francisco de Goya, the famous artist, worked here as a waiter while awaiting admission to the Royal Academy of Fine Arts. The cuisine served here is classically Spanish, with two standout dishes: Piglets and Roasted Lambs. It's worth mentioning that the Roast Suckling Pig is even referenced in a novel by Hemingway.

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Fine-dining restaurant in Madrid, Spain

Paco Roncero Restaurante

Nestled in an elegant 19th-century building, Paco Roncero is a Michelin-starred restaurant featuring avant-garde tasting menus and wine pairings. Its sunny terrace adds a touch of warmth and invites you to indulge in the culinary delights it has to offer.

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Close up of delicious grilled seafood platter

Ribeira do Miño

In the heart of Madrid, Ribeira do Miño is a Galician restaurant that brings the taste of the sea to your plate. Featuring a menu of fresh shellfish and crustaceans, this cosy spot is the perfect place to indulge in some of Galicia's finest culinary offerings. Specialties like Galician octopus and ham with Galician turnip are not to be missed, and the nautical decor adds to the atmosphere, making you feel like you're dining by the ocean. To wash it all down, a selection of Galicia's best wines: white Ribeiro or Albariño, both of which perfectly complement the flavors of the seafood dishes.

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pot with fire

El Club Allard

Initially established as a private club, Allard Madrid finally opened its doors to the public in 2003. This upscale dining establishment has been awarded two Michelin stars, and prides itself on its exquisitely presented, inventive Spanish cuisine and wine selection. The sophisticated dining room, complete with elegant chandeliers, adds to the overall luxurious dining experience.

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beautiful table setting a festive table for guests at the restaurant

Restaurante Lúa

Lúa boasts a menu that is based on two things: the first is the season, and the second is reliable recipes of traditional Galician dishes passed down for generations, given modern and creative twists. The results speak for themselves.

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Waiter pouring red wine to a woman

Metro Bistro

Chef Matías Smith, the mastermind behind the creative cuisine at this bistro, brings his passion for cooking to every plate he prepares. The tasting menus at Metro Bistro are a true delight for the senses. Each dish is carefully crafted with fresh and seasonal ingredients, resulting in a symphony of flavors that dance on your palate. Whether you are a vegetarian, a seafood lover, or a meat enthusiast, there is something for everyone on the menu. And let's not forget about the wine! Metro Bistro boasts an impressive selection of wines from around the world, curated by their in-house sommelier.

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