Madrid has around 3,100 restaurants, but a select few have been awarded stars by the renowned Michelin Guide. They’re DiverXO (three stars); Santceloni, La Terraza del Casino, Ramon Freixa Madrid and El Club Allard (two stars); and Kabuki, Kabuki Wellington, DSTAgE, Álbora, La Cabra, Punto MX and Lúa (one star). In addition, on the outskirts of the city one restuarant (Coque) has two stars and there are three one-star restaurants: Casa José, Chirón and Montia. All of them serve world-class food and offer excellent service.
Chef David Muñoz runs the only restaurant in Madrid with three Michelin stars. A feast for the senses.
Two Michelin stars in the heart of Paseo de la Castellana in a restaurant based on market produce.
Awarded two Michelin stars, the restaurant run by Paco Roncero is the best example of the gastronomic avant-garde.
A temple of fine food that feels like a private club in the Argüelles neighbourhood.
Located in Hotel Único, in the Salamanca district, this is an exceptional gastronomic experience well deserving of its two Michelin stars.
The Kabuki seal of quality joins forces with Wellington to offer one of the best Japanese restaurants.
Ricardo Sanz’s pupil Esteban Murata continues to serve up haute cuisine at this Japanese restaurant in the district of Tetuán.
Diego Guerrero’s new restaurant now boasts a Michelin star.
Modern, refurbished delicatessen which received a Michelin star in 2015.
First European restaurant serving Mexican food to be awarded a Michelin star.
The young Javier Aranda boasts a Michelin star at his Chamberí establishment.
The Galician chef, Manuel Domínguez, shows off his Michelin star with his creative come traditional cuisine at his restaurant in Chamberí.
This experience of flavour in Humanes has been awarded its second Michelin star in the 2016 guide.
With one Michelin, Casa José takes Aranjuez local vegetables and cooking to new heights.
The Muñoz brothers defend their Michelin star at Valdemoro, with creative cuisine based on quality ingredients.
Another reason to visit El Escorial: a new Michelin star that combines regional produce with the creators’ skill.