Tradition and modernity on the Paseo de la Castellana. It offers seasonal cuisine, exquisite presentation and an excellent service. Benjamín Urdiain, in charge of the stoves, is a reference for young chefs and a delight for those who enjoy his creative ideas.
He can transform classical recipes into the most elaborate plates, pleasing both national and international customers. Custodio López Zamarra, President of Madrid"s Sommelier Association, is the in-house wine expert and, offering advice on any of the wines from their extensive wine list. Zalacaín is one of the most elegant restaurants in Madrid, with silver cutlery and exclusive chinaware. Tie and jacket are required for gentlemen.
Zalacaín keeps classic cuisine alive in Madrid and was the first restaurant in Spain to win three Michelin stars. Although it does not currently hold any of these distinguished awards, it has maintained respect and prestige amongst professionals in the restaurant trade as well as among clients.
Mon- Sat 1:15pm - 4:00pm; Mon-Fri 9:00pm - 12:00am
Closed: Saturday afternoon and Sundays.
Holidays: Closed. Holidays: Holy Week and August.
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