Welcome to Madrid
The famous American hamburger chain has arrived at No. 44, Gran Vía, adding to the over 1,300 establishments open in the US, Canada, France and the UK.
The first Five Guys diner in Spain, located in the very heart of the city, covers an area of around 800 square metres, spread over three floors and decorated in the chain's typical combination of red and white, with an open kitchen so diners can see their hamburgers and hot dogs being made. With a simple menu that allows you to choose between a large or small burger, with or without cheese, and if you want to add bacon, the meat is 100% beef from outdoor bred cows, with no hormones, low levels of antibiotics, and fed on cereals during the last four months before slaughter. The toppings, all free, include mushrooms, tomato, lettuce, onion, gherkins or jalapeño peppers, among others, all of which add extra flavour to our burger. On the side we can choose classic or Cajun fries, which are slightly spicier.
Five Guys brand has other restaurants on 19 Toledo Street, on 9 Plaza de Santa Ana and 75 Paseo de la Castellana.