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Top Restaurants in Madrid - Your Favourite Madrid Restaurants

  • Eating out in Madrid is incredibly popular with both locals and visitors to the city. It’s packed full of great places to eat, from tapas restaurants where you can spend the night sampling food, to bars where you get a free tapas dish with your drink. We asked you for your top restaurants in Madrid over on our Hostelworld.com Facebook page. Here’s what you had to say...



  • La Tia Cebolla

    Cynthia Noel says:

    La Tia Cebolla, the best Paella and Tinto de Verano I’ve ever tried! Good location, service & music! Reasonable prices, cheap beer.

    Location: Calle de la Cruz, 27



    Cafeteria Armenia

    Shant Karakozian says:

    Cafeteria Armenia, Puerta del Sol.

    Location: Calle Carmen 3



    5 Sentidos

    Priscyla Valle says:

    5 sentidos because the food is original and amazing. It's new, small and hidden but in the magical and charming Conde Duque neighbourhood. The owner and staff are friendly, young and down to earth and I wish them all the best!

    Location: Calle del Limón, 21



    Sobrino de Botín

    Stephen Rose says:

    Sobrino de Botín. Amazing "cochinillo asado" (Roast sucking pig) and it’s the world’s oldest restaurant.

    Location: Calle de los Cuchilleros, 17



    L'ulivo d'Oro

    Verónica García Chiquero says:

    L'ulivo d'Oro... I know it's Italian, but there's no best Madrileña kitchen than my aunt's!

    Location: Calle de Segovia, 8



    Peggy Sue's

    Fah Chotirot says:

    Peggy Sue's!

    Location: Various locations



    100 Montaditos

    Tarcila Shinno Aquino says:

    100 Montaditos, everything is just one euro on Wednesdays (including the beer).

    Carina Carrasco says:

    100 Montaditos!

    Helene Geffroy says:

    Montaditos!

    Location: Various locations



    El Tigre

    Onur Isler says:

    El Tigre! They have lots of delicious tapas and its quite cheap!

    Maribel Carmona Gazquez says:

    The best restaurant in Madrid is “El tigre” - genuine 100%.

    Cristina Koen says:

    El Tigre? Free tapas!

    Location: Calle Infantas 30



    Museo de Jamon

    Ted Konkel says:

    Museo de Jamon - where the locals eat. It’s noisy and fun, with good, inexpensive beer and tapas. Oh, and it's the Museum of Ham!

    Lucyna Giese says:

    Museo de Jamon!

    Location: Various locations



    Mercado de San Miguel

    Christopher Tyler W says:

    Mercado de San Miguel!

    Location: Calle de las Fuentes, 9



    Hard Rock Cafe

    Nigel Kershaw says:

    Hard Rock Cafe ...great food, nice drinks after a day in the park - 100%!

    Location: Paseo de la Castellana, 2



    La Corral de la Morería

    Warsaw Nightlife says:

    Definitely La Corral de la Morería - eating and experiencing Flamenco, that’s the way we do it!

    Location: Calle de la Morería, 17



    Gordo y Flaco

    Andres Mariani says:

    Gordo y Flaco.

    Location: Calle de Bretón de los Herreros, 13



    Venta El Buscón

    Patricia Gonzalez Bermudez says:

    Venta El Buscón in Calle Victoria for some of the best tapas I've ever tried and a good vibe - everyone I take there, loves it.

    Location: Calle Victoria, 5-7



    Casa Labra

    Maria Elina Affonso says:

    Casa Labra en Sol!

    Michael Carey says:

    Casa labra, I have only ever had the tapas. Best deep fried bacalao.

    Location: Calle de Tetuán, 12



    Libertad 26

    Marina Kobzeva says:

    Libertad 26 in Chueca, especially their pulpa a la gallega.

    Location: Calle de la Libertad, 26



    Casa Lucio

    Jorge Jlm says:

    Casa Lucio in La Latina.

    Location: Calle Cava Baja, 35



    Casa de Asturias

    Ceci Medi says:

    Too many! When I lived there, I used to go to "Casa de Asturias" Argumosa St, Lavapies!

    Location: Calle de Argumosa, 4



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  • Eating out in Madrid is incredibly popular with both locals and visitors to the city. It’s packed full of great places to eat, from tapas restaurants where you can spend the night sampling food, to bars where you get a free tapas dish with your drink. We asked you for your top restaurants in Madrid over on our Hostelworld.com Facebook page. Here’s what you had to say...



  • La Tia Cebolla

    Cynthia Noel says:

    La Tia Cebolla, the best Paella and Tinto de Verano I’ve ever tried! Good location, service & music! Reasonable prices, cheap beer.

    Location: Calle de la Cruz, 27



    Cafeteria Armenia

    Shant Karakozian says:

    Cafeteria Armenia, Puerta del Sol.

    Location: Calle Carmen 3



    5 Sentidos

    Priscyla Valle says:

    5 sentidos because the food is original and amazing. It's new, small and hidden but in the magical and charming Conde Duque neighbourhood. The owner and staff are friendly, young and down to earth and I wish them all the best!

    Location: Calle del Limón, 21



    Sobrino de Botín

    Stephen Rose says:

    Sobrino de Botín. Amazing "cochinillo asado" (Roast sucking pig) and it’s the world’s oldest restaurant.

    Location: Calle de los Cuchilleros, 17



    L'ulivo d'Oro

    Verónica García Chiquero says:

    L'ulivo d'Oro... I know it's Italian, but there's no best Madrileña kitchen than my aunt's!

    Location: Calle de Segovia, 8



    Peggy Sue's

    Fah Chotirot says:

    Peggy Sue's!

    Location: Various locations



    100 Montaditos

    Tarcila Shinno Aquino says:

    100 Montaditos, everything is just one euro on Wednesdays (including the beer).

    Carina Carrasco says:

    100 Montaditos!

    Helene Geffroy says:

    Montaditos!

    Location: Various locations



    El Tigre

    Onur Isler says:

    El Tigre! They have lots of delicious tapas and its quite cheap!

    Maribel Carmona Gazquez says:

    The best restaurant in Madrid is “El tigre” - genuine 100%.

    Cristina Koen says:

    El Tigre? Free tapas!

    Location: Calle Infantas 30



    Museo de Jamon

    Ted Konkel says:

    Museo de Jamon - where the locals eat. It’s noisy and fun, with good, inexpensive beer and tapas. Oh, and it's the Museum of Ham!

    Lucyna Giese says:

    Museo de Jamon!

    Location: Various locations



    Mercado de San Miguel

    Christopher Tyler W says:

    Mercado de San Miguel!

    Location: Calle de las Fuentes, 9



    Hard Rock Cafe

    Nigel Kershaw says:

    Hard Rock Cafe ...great food, nice drinks after a day in the park - 100%!

    Location: Paseo de la Castellana, 2



    La Corral de la Morería

    Warsaw Nightlife says:

    Definitely La Corral de la Morería - eating and experiencing Flamenco, that’s the way we do it!

    Location: Calle de la Morería, 17



    Gordo y Flaco

    Andres Mariani says:

    Gordo y Flaco.

    Location: Calle de Bretón de los Herreros, 13



    Venta El Buscón

    Patricia Gonzalez Bermudez says:

    Venta El Buscón in Calle Victoria for some of the best tapas I've ever tried and a good vibe - everyone I take there, loves it.

    Location: Calle Victoria, 5-7



    Casa Labra

    Maria Elina Affonso says:

    Casa Labra en Sol!

    Michael Carey says:

    Casa labra, I have only ever had the tapas. Best deep fried bacalao.

    Location: Calle de Tetuán, 12



    Libertad 26

    Marina Kobzeva says:

    Libertad 26 in Chueca, especially their pulpa a la gallega.

    Location: Calle de la Libertad, 26



    Casa Lucio

    Jorge Jlm says:

    Casa Lucio in La Latina.

    Location: Calle Cava Baja, 35



    Casa de Asturias

    Ceci Medi says:

    Too many! When I lived there, I used to go to "Casa de Asturias" Argumosa St, Lavapies!

    Location: Calle de Argumosa, 4



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