If you want to taste Madrid's traditional food, try one of its many centennial restaurants. Sobrino de Botín, right in the centre of Madrid, which first opened in 1725, is recognised by the Guinness World Records as the world's oldest restaurant and is a referent in Spanish traditional cuisine. Its specialties are roasted piglets and lambs in Castilian style. Click here to check out their website. La Cueva de la Tina offers several premium menus to try different Spanish specialties from salmorejo to cachopo. Madrid-style stew and "callos" are two of Madrid's most traditional dishes, but its hard to get them right, in Lhardy you can taste the authentic ones! Click here to see their website.
La Cueva de la Tina offers several premium menus to try different Spanish specialties from salmorejo to cachopo
If you want to try Madrid's famous tapas, in La Casa del Abuelo you can taste some of the greatest tapas in Madrid, made with high-quality, authentic ingredients. Don't be fooled by the many "tapas" venues you see in the streets, these are the good ones! Check it out here! Casa Labra is also one of those places you need to try if you are looking for great tapas! It's one of Madrid's most typical taverns, open since 1860!
Madrid has achieved 30 Michelin stars distributed among 24 different and varied restaurants, one of the most starred cities in the whole world.
If you are looking for something more sophisticated, know that Madrid has 30 Michelin stars distributed among 24 restaurants:â¢3 stars - Diverxo â¢2 starts - Stage, Coque, El Club Allard, Ramón Freixa, Santceloni, and La terraza del casino â¢1 star - El invernadero, Álvora, A' Barra, La Cabra, Gaytán, Kabuki, Kabuki Wellington, Lúa, Punto MX, Montia, and Chirón This places not only represent the best of the Spanish cuisine, but the best of the whole world! Spain has one of the richest gastronomies in the world, so do not let this opportunity slip and enjoy the food!