Eating out in Madrid
Located by the Plaza Mayor, in the heart of the area known as ‘The Madrid of the Habsburgs’, the San Miguel market is a must for foodies.
Since its renovation and reopening in 2011, the San Antón Market has become the epicentre of good gastronomy in the Chueca area of Madrid.
San Ildefonso Market—where gastronomy is the star—makes a delightful stop during a day out shopping in Calle Fuencarral.
The cocido stew is the most widely known dish of Madrid cuisine. It’s a real Madrid institution and can be enjoyed in virtual temples to a delicious culinary ritual.
Where to eat the best cocido or the finest callos? The traditional food of Madrid takes the world by storm, always with a spoon, whilst indulging in churros and chocolate or a deep-fried calamari roll
Squirreled away in the Spanish capital, you’ll find lots of different areas where you can practice the art of ‘tapeo’, a culinary and social experience that will give you a taste of all of the regions of Spain.