Gastronomy

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In this city, gastronomy is culture, leisure and business. There is a vast range of culinary variety on offer: in Madrid you can find everything, from traditional homemade dishes to the most innovative and creative cuisine. We are lucky enough to enjoy international food from all over the globe, made with the best raw ingredients, and the stoves of the city offer some of the most surprising dishes of modern cuisine.

The best tapas. Click here for more information
MADRID FOR YOU: TAPAS & WINES
Going out for tapas is one of the most enjoyable traditions of our city. In this leaflet we tell you everything you need to know to be able to tapear like the locals: what to order (calamari, cod, tripe...), the best places to go, and the unmissable culinary events held in the city.
Madrilenian Gastronomy. Click here for more information.
MADRID'S GASTRONOMY
Discover the most typical dishes from Madrid, cocido, besugo and callos, but also traditionnal pastries such as torrijas, barquillos and huesos de santo. Don't forget to taste on your culinary tour the well-known tapas and the wines from the Madrid Community region.
Madrid for You: Gastronomy
MADRID FOR YOU: GASTRONOMY
When you are in our city enjoy the local cuisine and try typical dishes from other parts of Spain. Here's a little guide to the eateries serving a myriad dishes from across the country - visit them and you'll soon understand why Spaniards are so proud of their cuisine!
Taberna Oliveros
CENTURY-OLD RESTAURANTS
Gastronomy has always played an important part in the life of Madrid, as can be seen from the number of restaurants in the city that have been serving traditional local dishes and the region's wine for over 100 years. Don't leave the capital without having dined in one of them.
La Terraza del Casino
STAR-STUDDED RESTAURANTS
Madrid is home to around 3,100 eateries of which a number have Michelin stars: DiverXo with 3, Santceloni, La Terraza del Casino, Sergi Arola, Ramón Freixa Madrid and El Club Allard with 2, and Zalacaín, Kabuki Wellington and Kabuki with 1.
MERCADO DE SAN MIGUEL
Built in 1916, this market is the finest example of cast-iron architecture in Madrid. Today it is a temple to gastronomy, home to 33 stalls selling mouth-watering products and select ingredients, offering food to take home or to consume right there on the premises.
Mercado de San Antón 
MERCADO DE SAN ANTÓN
A box of surprises is what you'll find in Chueca's Mercado de San Ant'on, one of the oldest markets in Madrid: three floors lined with traditional shops, show cooking and takeaway stalls, an art gallery and a restaurant with a stunning rooftop terrace.
Vegetarian restaurants
VEGETARIAN RESTAURANTS
Recently, more and more restaurants that promote vegetarian cuisine have opened up in the city offering elaborately prepared recipes which yield innovative and very tasty dishes combining basic ingredients such as fresh fruits, vegetables, seitan or tofu.

RESTAURANTS



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