Destination MadridDestination Madrid

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Eating & drinkingEating & drinking

The varied culinary traditions of the entire Iberian Peninsula come together in Madrid to such a degree that experts discuss whether Madrid actually has a distinct culinary style of its own. The culinary culture of Spain’s capital city has been enriched by immigrants from Andalucia, Galicia, Asturia and a number of other regions.

Santceloni
Expensive but delicious food is served at this establishment run by Oscar Velasco, apprentice to one of the giants of Catalonian cuisine, Santi Santamaria. His influence can be seen in dishes such as shrimp ravioli stuffed with ceps. It has one star from the Guide Rouge.
Address: Paseo de la Castellana 57
Phone: +34 912 108 840
Internet: www.restaurantsantceloni.com

La Terraza Del Casino
Chef Pedro Roncero has joined forces with Ferrán Adrià, the legendary creator of Catalonia’s nouvelle cuisine, in order to teach the residents of Madrid to eat mousse, parmesan ice lollys, liquid tortilla, and other molecular delights.
Address: C/Alcalá 15
Phone: +34 915 321 275
Internet: www.casinodemadrid.es

El Sobrino De Botín
A restaurant that really does live up to the epithet “classic.” With a history going back almost 300 years, this must surely be the world’s oldest restaurant. The food is also classical Spanish: steaks of lamb and sucking-pig, for example.
Address: C/Cuchilleros 17
Phone: +34 913 664 217
Internet: www.botin.es

Maldeamores
Modern decor in a 300-year-old vault, with an unusual menu drawing inspiration from Asia. Cool, intimate, and relaxed.
Address: C/Don Pedro 6
Phone: +34 913 665 500

CAFÉS

Café Del Círculo De Bellas Artes
An elegant café with ceilings at just the right height and a timeless atmosphere amongst the pillars. Housed in the Bellas Artes cultural centre.
Address: C/Alcalá 42
Internet: www.circulobellasartes.com

Delic
A pleasant al fresco establishment in the heart of Madrid, serving a large selection of well-prepared pastries and interesting tapas. Also popular for cocktails.
Address: Costanilla de San Andrés 14

Mendocino Café
A relaxed café with laid-back music. They serve coffee with excellent sandwiches and salads, while keeping late hours. Brunch served on Sundays.
Address: C/Limón 11

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