Madrid is an exciting, vibrant city – and it has the restaurants, bars and cafes to match. Anyone who has looked to book a restaurant in Madrid will have seen the amazing variety of menus, cuisines and styles on offer. Breakfast is always a good place to start, so be sure to check out one of the many places that serve pan con tomate y aceite (toast with tomatoes and olive oil), or sweet rolls with coffee.
Bars in Madrid
Madrid is renowned for being a city that never sleeps, and its bars have a big part to play in this reputation. They range from ultra-traditional tabernas – according to the Guiness Book of Records, Madrid is home to the oldest bar in the world, El Botín – to super-hip and contemporary hotspots, such as the Vermutería Chipén. Many are open for much of the day and serve the all-important tapas. After a long night exploring the city’s bar, make sure you try a brunch restaurant in Madrid for a revitalising bite to eat.
Madrid’s top restaurants: open kitchens, gorgeous food
There are some truly unique places to eat in the Spanish capital. The restaurants serving international cuisine in Madrid sometimes have an open kitchen, and the menu is always varied, catering to all kinds of diets (including salt-free, gluten-free and vegetarian). In some locations, food is cooked over charcoal to give it a distinctive flavour and there is a bar, pool and terrace to add to the fun, dynamic atmosphere.
(*) Average meal price calculated on the basis of starter and main course or main course and dessert, excluding drinks, menu and promotional offers. The average price is an estimate only, calculated according to the prices provided by the restaurant. Depending on the country, the average price may or may not include all taxes.
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