Michelin-Starred Restaurants

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  • Samy Ali Rando. La Candela Restó
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Madrid is home to a vast selection of eateries, some of them of truly stellar quality. Following the release of the prestigious Michelin guide’s 2018 edition, the city of Madrid now boasts 17 restaurants with Michelin stars: DiverXO with three; Santceloni, La Terraza del Casino, Ramón Freixa Madrid, Coque, El Club Allard and DSTAgE, with two; and Kabuki, Kabuki Wellington, Álbora, La Cabra, Punto MX, Lúa, A'Barra, Gaytán and two new additions La Candela Restó and Cebo, all with one star. In addition, the outskirts of the city are home to another four one-star restaurants: Casa José, Chirón, Montia and El Invernadero.​

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.

A temple of fine food that feels like a private club in the Argüelles neighbourhood.

Diego Guerrero’s new restaurant now boasts a Michelin star.

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.

Ricardo Sanz’s pupil Esteban Murata continues to serve up haute cuisine at this Japanese restaurant in the district of Tetuán.

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.

The ingredient-inspired menu of the new project by Grupo Álbora has earned its first Michelin star.

Javier Aranda’s new establishment was awarded its first Michelin star in the 2017 edition of the guide.

Samy Ali's nomadic cuisine has earned him a Michelin star in the guide's 2018 edition. Discover a space devoted to gastronomic freedom, next to Teatro Real.

This gastronomic space in Hotel Urban, helmed by Aurelio Morales, has been awarded a Michelin star in the guide’s 2018 edition.


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.

Rodrigo de la Calle, one Michelin star, closes the Collado Mediano and since 31 May offers his Gastrobotanica in the booming Ponzano Street of Madrid.

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)
  • 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)
  • Eating in Madrid
  • The most important gastronomy-cultural event of the year reaches its tenth edition (23 Jan-10 Feb).

    Gastrofestival 2019
  • A not to be missed professional culinary event in which there is also a place for consumers (Municipal Conference Centre. 28-30 January 2019).

    Madrid Fusión 2019
  • The Farmers' Market offers fresh produce from local farmers in Madrid (Matadero Madrid. Next date: 1 and 2 December).

    Madrid Productores
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  • Madrid Productores


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  • 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
  • Take a peek at our selection of the most important events taking place this year and start planning your next visit!

    2018 Events Calendar
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