Michelin-Starred Restaurants

  • La Tasquería
  • Corral de la Morería Restaurante Gastronómico
  • DiverXO

The 2019 Michelin Guide for Spain has been revealed and Madrid has once again done itself proud. The city now boasts a total of 21 restaurants with Michelin stars: DiverXO with three; Santceloni, La Terraza del Casino, Ramón Freixa Madrid, DSTAgE and Coque with two; and Kabuki, Kabuki Wellington, Álbora, Punto MX, Lúa, A'Barra, Gaytán, Cebo, Yugo The Bunker, La Tasquería, Clos Madrid, El Corral de la Morería Gastronómico and El Invernadero (which recently moved to the capital from the nearby town of Collado Mediano and has maintained its star) with one. La Candela Restó, which also had one star, closed in March. The outskirts of the city are also home to two one-star restaurants: Chirón and Montia.

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 led by Óscar Velasco.

Awarded two Michelin stars, the restaurant run by Paco Roncero is the best example of the gastronomic avant-garde.

José Carlos Fuentes is in charge of this culinary temple with a touch of a private club that boasts one Michelin star, located in Argüelles neighborhood.

Diego Guerrero, honored with a second Michelin star in his restaurant at Regueros Street.

Located in Hotel Único, in the Salamanca district, this is an exceptional gastronomic experience well deserving of its two Michelin stars.

Mario Sandoval's creative and avant-garde cuisine has retained its two Michelin stars at its new location in the centre of Madrid.

The Kabuki seal of quality joins forces with Wellington to offer one of the best Japanese restaurants.

Victor Serrano follows the teachings of Ricardo Sanz to offer the best Mediterranean-Japanese fusion in his Tetuán restaurant, Michelin star winner.

Modern, refurbished delicatessen which received a Michelin star in 2015.

First European restaurant serving Mexican food to be awarded a Michelin star.

The Galician chef, Manuel Domínguez, shows off his Michelin star with his creative come traditional cuisine at his restaurant in Chamberí.

Product-based technical cuisine by the chef, Juan Antonio Medina, was awarded a Michelin star in 2017.

Javier Aranda received his 2017 Michelin star with this restaurant that is his most personal project yet.

A culinary space at the Hotel Urban, led by Aurelio Morales, repeats Michelin star in 2019 edition.

Barrio de las Letras boasts this Japanese haute cuisine restaurant by Julián Mármol, 2019 Michelin star winner.

Offal with a new twist in this Salamanca neighborhood restaurant led by Javi Estévez. 2019 Michelin star winner

Cutting-edge Mediterranean cuisine, select wines and an exquisite service in this restaurant in the district of Chamberí, awarded a michelin star in its 2019 edition.

Small culinary space by David García, located next to the famous tablao flamenco boasts its first Michelin star.

Rodrigo de la Calle’s gastrobotany is confirmed with a Michelin star in his new Ponzano restaurant


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.

Gourmet Markets
  • One of the most emblematic traditional markets of Madrid converted into a gourmet paradise, close to the Plaza Mayor.

    San Miguel Market
  • The most sophisticated face of gastronomy is found in this modern market in Chueca.

    San Antón Market
  • A new dining space in the Salamanca District.

    Platea Madrid
  • Tradition and innovation in a street market designed to showcase the most select gastronomy.

    San Ildefonso Market
  • Enjoy a new gastronomic experience in the heart of Madrid.

    Gourmet Experience (Callao)
  • El Corte Inglés has opened a seven-star Gourmet Experience right in the heart of Madrid's Golden Mile, at its Serrano 52 store.

    Gourmet Experience (Serrano)
  • Mercado de San Antón
  • Vista de la Plaza de Callao y calle Gran Vía desde Gourmet Experience (Callao)
  • Take a peek at our selection of the most important events taking place this year in Madrid and start planning your next visit!

    2019 Events Calendar
  • Cirque du Soleil – Kooza
  • Find out why Spaniards tend to eat later than the rest of the continent, when it's traditional to munch on a "saint's bones" and where you take in a flamenco show with a drink or a meal

    Eating in Madrid (PDF)
  • Guide Eating in Madrid
  • The most important cultural-culinary event of the year celebrates its eleventh edition (January-February 2020 - Dates to be confirmed).

    Gastrofestival 2020
  • An international gastronomic summit that draws the world’s top chefs every year (IFEMA Palacio Municipal. January 2020 - Dates to be confirmed).

    Madrid Fusión 2020
  • The Farmers' Market offers fresh produce from local farmers in Madrid (Matadero Madrid. Next edition: 28 and 29 Sep).

    Madrid Productores
  • Gastrofestival 2018. Ronin
  • Madrid Fusión
  • Madrid Productores


Make your way up to the observation deck for some stunning views.

Climb on board and discover the city in a panoramic format.

And return in July to enjoy all the plans we recommend.

  • Discover the city's most popular sights and attractions, from one of Europe's largest royal palaces to the magnificent Prado Museum and Real Madrid's stadium. 

    Madrid Top 10
  • Palacio de Cristal
  • A short but fascinating introduction to the city’s main museums which boast an important cultural heritage encompassing most European styles

    Art in Madrid Guide (PDF)
  • Art in Madrid Guide