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Mediterranean
Chamberi
9 reviews
In a sophisticated environment, where the service is as impeccable as the food, Velasco makes exquisite combinations of Mediterranean ingredients accompanied by a comprehensive and unusual wine list. — Fodor's
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Mediterranean
Centro
12 reviews
The world’s oldest operating restaurant, founded in 1725, Restaurante Botín still roasts suckling pig and lamb in the original oak-fired, cast-iron oven. — Travel + Leisure
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Mediterranean
Barrio de Salamanca
8 reviews
With two Michelin stars and room for just 25 diners, this is a great spot for a romantic celebration — Travel + Leisure
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Mediterranean
Centro
7 reviews
The mold-breaking Catalan chef Ferran Adrià created all the dishes on the menu here and flies in regularly to see that his cooks are following his orders. — Frommer's
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Japanese
Barrio de Salamanca
6 reviews
This elegant Japanese dining spot serves the kind of superbly fresh sushi and sashimi you'll find in other parts of the world. — Fodor's
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Mediterranean
Paseo del Prado
7 reviews
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Mediterranean
Malasaña
6 reviews
“Local ingredients” “fresh from the market” drive the menu at this Centro Spanish that earns praise for its “exquisite”, “simple preparations” complemented by “outstanding” wines. — Zagat
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Mediterranean
Centro
8 reviews
"You may encounter a famous matador" or even a "film star" at this "see-and-be-seen" "landmark" (voted Most Popular in Madrid) serving "legendary" huevos rotos. — Zagat
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Mediterranean
Chamartin
6 reviews
"Tradition and quality" are "well guarded" at this gastronomic "gold standard" in Salamanca that "lives up to its reputation" with "the best" International fare. — Zagat
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Mediterranean
Arguelles
4 reviews
Stands out for its delicacy and innovation, as well as for the chef's knowledge and command of traditional national and international cuisine, especially Japanese. — Time Out
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Mediterranean
Chamberi
4 reviews
This cuisine, which isn’t French nor Mediterranean nor Castilian, which doesn’t have a clear definition but more a pleasant naturalness, lets you fully enjoy it, and feel comforted. — Time Out
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Spanish
Centro
4 reviews
Set in a 19th-century building in the center of Cava Baja, this popular eating spot is renowned for its generous-size quality steaks. — Frommer's
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Mediterranean
Centro
8 reviews
Founded in 1966, El Bocaito is as traditional as tapas bars get, from the matador paraphernalia on the walls to the platters of pinchos. El Bocaito sticks to tradition and does it well. — Let's Go
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Mediterranean
Chamberi
3 reviews
A cocktail bar, wine cellar, kitchen, dining room and dessert/post-dinner zone; each of which is designed to surprise and elicit different emotions. — Michelin Guide
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Dessert
Centro
8 reviews
At some point, all of Madrid comes into Chocolatería San Ginés for a cup of the almost fudgy hot chocolate and the fried dough sticks known as churros. — Frommer's
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Spanish
Centro
7 reviews
Located just off the Gran Via, this casual, inexpensive eatery is set on a busy corner in Chueca, the city’s gay village. — Travel + Leisure
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Mediterranean
Centro
6 reviews
Traditional tasca that has resisted the passage of time since it was founded back in 1827. — Rough Guide
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Spanish
Centro
7 reviews
This tiny, bright red restaurant on the corner of Calle de la Bola is a Madrid institution for its cocido, cooked in individual earthenware pots (cazuelas). — Insight Guides
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Mexican
Barrio de Salamanca
3 reviews
The only Mexican restaurant in Spain to have a Michelin star, chef Roberto Ruiz's Punto MX has become a major food attraction in the city. — Travel + Leisure
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Mediterranean
Cuatro Caminos
4 reviews
Asturian chef Paco Ron's place is a favourite place for fine tapas. — Time Out
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