Rice Restaurants in Madrid

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Rice is a staple in many mouth-watering dishes from vegetable paellas to arroz negro, a rice dish with cuttlefish, dyed black by squid ink.


Mediterranean market cuisine, fresh raw ingredients and special attention to rice dishes in Chamberí.

Specilising in paella and rice dishes since 2002, located on Paseo de la Castellana.

Valencian cuisine specialized in rice and paella.

Authentic paella, a wide range of rice dishes, Mediterranean fish, and other typical dishes, close to Moncloa.

The house speciality of the Asunción family is rice, and indeed, they produce some of the finest rice dishes in Madrid, in Chamartín.

Rice, served in a wide variety of ways, is the star attraction of this restaurant.

The St. James chain has been making rice dishes since the 70s.

Charming, spacious restaurant in Tetuán, decorated in a rustic theme, where the star of the menu is rice.

Murcian market cooking, with rice pot as its main attraction, in the Literary Quarter.

This restaurant, located in Calle Tres Peces, offers the best of Murcia’s cuisine.

Located in the Chamartín, its cosy atmosphere and innovative character are the key to this small restaurant's success.

Charcoal-grilled traditional Spanish flavours, in Chamartín.

Wide variety of rice and Mediterranean dishes are served at this restaurant in La Moraleja.

Mediterranean cuisine restaurant serving over 20 types of rice.

Restaurant serving cuisine from Murcia right by Atocha Station.

Rice and typical Spanish dishes  in front of the Atocha Renfe station, in the Arganzuela district.

Restaurant specialised in rice in the popular Madrid square. 

The most authentic flavours of Cantabria in Madrid's golden mile of restaurants.

Two authentic partners from Valencia make the best rice dishes available on order or take-away portions.

Food made with a lot of love for traditional ways and home-style recipes.

Rice restaurant located in the modern area of the Tetuán neighbourhood where you can savour portions, rice and paella with the chef’s stamp.

Traditional food from Valencia in the Rastro in Madrid (La Latina neighbourhood), with a list of paellas, rice and dishes from Valencia to eat-in or take-away.  

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