• 6 Delicious Places To Eat At In Madrid

    If you love food and are looking for somewhere delicious to try, I highly recommend these 6 places for eating out in Madrid. If you are a foodie, you’ll love Madrid and Spain in general as their sociallising revolves around food and sharing small dishes called tapas.

    EATING OUT IN MADRID | 6 DELICIOUS PLACES TO TRY

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    MERCADO DE SAN MIGUEL

    Mercado de San Miguel is one of the top places you need to visit when looking for food. It does get incredibly busy at times with locals and tourists so make sure you are quick when trying to find a seat and table.

    In the market, there are a wide range of food and drink stalls ranging from sea food, ice cream and gelato, pizzas and even a champagne bar. When we visited Madrid, we went to the market on our last day to get a late lunch/early dinner and try some food before leaving for the airport. I had a pizza, a bowl of nachos and a bao bun sandwich which were all delicious. We each tried different things and shared the dishes round to get a taste of everything.

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    GRAMA LOUNGE

    Grama Lounge was our first stop on the tapas train when we arrived in Madrid as we were so hungry. We’d checked into the hotel, had a wander around the local area near our hotel and went on a Santiago Bernabau stadium tour before heading out for dinner in Sol (the centre of Madrid). My brother had looked up about Grama Lounge on TripAdvisor and we decided to give it a go. It wasn’t your typical Spanish tapas, but tapas from Venezuela. It was still delicious and I could definitely eat it all over again.

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    MAJADERITOS CAFE

    We popped in here before going into La Casa Del Abuelo and tried a few dishes from their menu. I chose their Patatas Bravas which was delish and is one of my favourite tapas dishes. My family ordered various meat and fish dishes which I tried some of the fish dishes.

    Patatas Bravas at Majaderitos Cafe
    Smoked Cod on Brucetta at La Casa Del Abuelo

    LA CASA DEL ABUELO

    We tried to get a table in a lovely tapas restaurant called Rosi La Loca but it’s such a small place it was very hard to get a table without booking one. So we moved on and found this lovely traditional tapas restaurant which does lots of old style tapas dishes. I tried their Smoked Cod on Bruchetta and tried bits of my families dishes that weren’t meat.

    H10

    This tapas bar was my pick as the decor was totally my vibe with palm print cushions in their booths and the menu sounded really good. In H10 we ordered Spanish Omelette, Patatas Bravas, Nachos, Pitta & Hummus, Grilled Prawns and Meat Skewers. It was all so delicious, I wanted to eat it all again.

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    Grandma’s homemade biscuit and chocolate cake

    REVOLTOSA: TABERNA PARA GATOS

    After eating dinner in H10, we walked down the road a little further and came across Revoltosa which looked pretty cool inside. It had a very cool industrial look about it with copper gin distillers behind the bar. We was still a little hungry from our meal so we ordered a few dishes to try some more. I ordered their Grandmas Chocolate Cake which was delicious and so chocolatey and my parents ordered some calamari and olives to share.

    LA CATEDRAL

    For dinner after exploring Toledo, we visited a cool restaurant we had walked past the night before called La Catedral which was very old fashioned and like a cathedral decor inside. We ordered a few dishes between us and shared them around – we tried the most delicious garlic stuffed potatoes and I had yummy cheese croquettes with a chutney dip.


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