An innovative concept in food-based leisure, entertainment and socialising, in the style of the street food markets found in London, New York, Singapore and Bangkok. A great place to meet up after work or for a pre-dinner drink, it is a firm favourite among residents and frequenters of Malasaña and Chueca, due to its location on Calle de Fuencarral, right between the two neighbourhoods.
The market is situated just a few metres from the site of the first covered wholesale food market in Madrid, which was demolished in 1970. The stalls mainly offer ready-made dishes, although they also sell raw ingredients which you can take home or ask to be cooked for you there and then. The food can be eaten at the stalls themselves or, if you fancy a stroll in the sun, you can take it with you.