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.

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

Bendita Locura – Perfect little coffee shop

Bendita Locura – Perfect little coffee shop

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“Bendita Locura” Madrid is an ideal place for your daily coffee or lunch meeting, a place that I personally like because it isn’t on the common route…

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Bodegas Rosell – The Spanish food you came here for

Bodegas Rosell – The Spanish food you came here for

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“Bodegas Rosell” in Madrid is the bar to try real Spanish food together with beer, wine, vermut or sherry. The more people you go with, the better!

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Bolero Meatballs – Prepare to be amazed

Bolero Meatballs – Prepare to be amazed

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“Bolero Meatballs” in Madrid simply makes the city’s best meatballs, fresh from the oven! There’s five different kinds and you can have them in a sandwich.

Full Article by Elena Quintero

Bosco de Lobos – The architects’ refuge

Bosco de Lobos – The architects’ refuge

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“Bosco de Lobos” in Madrid is ‘a bar that serves Italian food in a garden. It’s a brunch and meeting place…’ My favorite though, is their ‘library’…

Full Article by Elena Quintero

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