The Very Best Local Restaurants in Madrid

Don’t they say that the surest path to discovering a place’s culture runs through the stomach? Our Madrid locals feel the same and they’re eager to share their favorite spots for breakfast, lunch, dinner, casual spots, fine dining, traditional kitchen, ethnic cuisine and everything in between — all without breaking the bank. When it comes to the best food in town, you’re in safe, expert hands with these restaurants.

Aió – Sardinian food you have to try

Aió  – Sardinian food you have to try

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“Aió” Madrid offers authentic food from Sardinia with a menu del dia. Their pizzetti are the perfect snacks. I’ve taken many people here over the years…

Full Article by Andrea Roberts

Areia Colonial Chillout – A getaway to the desert

Areia Colonial Chillout – A getaway to the desert

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“Areia Colonial Chillout” is an oasis on Madrid’s Hortaleza. I knew I’d love This unique chillout, cocktail and gastro bar/beach club the moment I arrived.

Full Article by Elena Quintero

Banibanoo – Persian food

Banibanoo – Persian food

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“Banibanoo” Madrid is an Iranian restaurant that’s just fabulous if you like new & exotic sorts of flavors. I like their combination dishes and desserts.

Full Article by María José Morr

Bar Casa Paco – Tortilla and croqueta heaven

Bar Casa Paco – Tortilla and croqueta heaven

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“Bar Casa Paco” in Madrid is a very popular restaurant for the classic tortilla (and another 32 varieties) and some of my favorite croquetas around…

Full Article by Andrea Roberts

Bazaar – Chic but unpretentious

Bazaar – Chic but unpretentious

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“Bazaar” Madrid is located in a trendy district which has a chic ambiance with a decent price tag & an awesome menu to choose your next favorite meal from.

Full Article by Nadia Perez Rojas

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