Michelin-Starred Restaurants

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The 2024 Michelin Guide for Spain has been revealed and Madrid has once again done itself proud. The city now boasts a total of 26 restaurants with Michelin stars: DiverXO, which holds three stars; DeessaSmoked RoomPaco Roncero, Ramón Freixa Madrid, DSTAgE and Coque, all with two; and Ricardo Sanz WellingtonA'Barra, GaytánYugo The Bunker, La Tasquería, Clos Madrid, El Corral de la Morería Gastronómico, El Invernadero, SaddleQuimbayaRavioXO (Dabiz Muñoz), Ugo Chan and Zuara Sushi, with one star, who’ve been joined this year by six new additions: Desde 1911, Cebo, OSA, Club Allard, Santerra and Toki.

Coque and El Invernadero have retained their Green Star, which highlights the efforts of those operating at the forefront of their field with sustainable gastronomy practices. Outside the capital, but in the Madrid area, Chirón and Montia also bear Green Stars.

Additionally, the guide has also awarded 20 establishments a Bib Gourmand, which is given to restaurants deemed friendly establishments that serve good food at moderate prices. Last, but by no means least, the guide includes 114 eateries in the Spanish capital that are recognised for their quality.

MICHELIN- STAR RESTAURANTS IN MADRID

Chef Dabiz Muñoz runs the only restaurant in Madrid with three Michelin stars. A feast for the senses.

Chef Quique Dacosta helms the restaurant at the Mandarin Oriental Ritz, which has retained its two Michelin stars in the prestigious guide's 2024 edition.

Hyatt Regency Hesperia’s 2 Michelin star boutique restaurant headed by Chef Dani Garcia where you can enjoy flame grilled haute cuisine.

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

Chef Diego Guerrero, holder of two Michelin stars since 2017, offers his own haute cuisine at his restaurant in Calle Regueros.

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

Serving creative and avant-garde cuisine, Mario Sandoval's restaurant holds two Michelin stars and one Green Star.

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

Product-based technical cuisine by the chef Sergio Manzano was awarded a Michelin star in 2017.

Javier Aranda has boasted a Michelin star since 2017 for this restaurant, his most personal project.

Rodrigo de la Calle’s establishment on Ponzano Street has held a Michelin star and Green Star since 2021.

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.

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

Luxury restaurant in Chamberí which boasts a Michelin star and where the fusion of the classical and contemporary stands out, in terms of both its cuisine and its service.

Chef Edwin Rodríguez’s signature cuisine has earned the Colombian restaurant its first Michelin star.  

Pasta and dumplings are front and centre of Chef Dabiz Muñoz's latest gastronomic project, awarded a Michelin star since 2023.

Chef Hugo Muñoz puts a Spanish twist on Japanese cuisine in his restaurant in the neighbourhood of Chamartin, which has been awarded a Michelin star.

Chef David Arauz shows off his expertise in Japanese cuisine with this sushi restaurant, awarded a Michelin star in the 2023 guide.

 

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Sommelier Marcos Granda’s latest restaurant in Madrid offers Japanese haute cuisine in an intimte setting with space for only six diners. Since 2024, it boasts a Michelin star.

Hotel Urban's restaurant headed up by chefs Javier Sanz and Juan Sahuquillo—named rising stars at Madrid Fusion 2021—is open for business once again as it enjoys a Michelin star in the 2024 edition of the guide.

 

The best fresh fish and seafood in Madrid can be savoured in this restaurant belonging to the prestigious Pescaderías Coruñesas, in the Moncloa neighbourhood, which was awarded its first Michelin star in 2024.

 

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A perfect blend of tradition and modernity can be found in this restaurant located next to the Manzanares river and Casa de Campo Park. Since 2024, it's the proud recipient of a Michelin star.

 

In the neighbourhood of Arguelles you'll find this Michelin-starred temple to fine food designed to emulate a private members’ club, with dishes created by Martín Berasategui.

Where lowland forest and mountain cuisine blends tradition with innovation... This restaurant in the heart of Barrio de Salamanca was awarded a Michelin star in the 2024 edition of the guide.

IN THE REGION OF MADRID

This Michelin-star restaurant, located in Valdemoro in the outskirts of the city, is helmed by the Muñoz brothers whose creative cuisine is prepared with quality ingredients.

Another reason to visit El Escorial: a Michelin-star establishment that combines regional produce with the creators’ skill.

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