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Santceloni
8
$$$
Mediterranean
Chamberi
9 reviews
Set within the five-star Hesperia hotel, Santceloni offers an unforgettable three Michelin-starred gastronomic experience. — DK Eyewitness
Restaurante Botin
8
$$
Mediterranean
Centro
12 reviews
Ever wanted to dine in the oldest restaurant in the world, or where Goya supposedly washed dishes in the kitchen, or Hemmingway’s favorite restaurant? — BlackBook
Ramon Freixa Madrid
8
$$$
Mediterranean
Barrio de Salamanca
8 reviews
The experience in the baroque-inspired setting is best enjoyed by true connoisseurs. — Fodor's
Paco Roncero Restaurante
8
$$$
Mediterranean
Centro
7 reviews
Now that El Bulli has closed, this "outstanding" Spaniard "atop the classical Casino de Madrid" social club is the place to go for "extraordinary", "lighthearted" cuisine. — Zagat
Kabuki Wellington
8
$$$
Japanese
Barrio de Salamanca
6 reviews
A five-star hotel in the heart of Madrid, with the world's largest rooftop urban garden, plus fine dining and a high-end spa - includes breakfast. — Jetsetter
Viridiana
8
$$$
Mediterranean
Paseo del Prado
7 reviews
A quirky top-class restaurant where Abraham García serves experimental cuisine and offers arguably the city’s best Spanish wine list. Dress as you like. Closed Sun. — Insight Guides
La Tasquita de Enfrente
8
$$$
Mediterranean
Malasaña
6 reviews
Located on a side street off the Gran Via, this small, intimate restaurant serves creative Spanish cuisine from chef-owner Juanjo López. — Travel + Leisure
Casa Lucio
8
$$
Mediterranean
Centro
8 reviews
The menu represents quinessential Madrid dining, with a few very special touches like angulas: baby eels flash-fried in olive oil and garlic. — Condé Nast Traveler
Zalacain
8
$$$
Mediterranean
Chamartin
6 reviews
With three Michelin stars, Zalacaín is arguably Madrid’s finest restaurant. — DK Eyewitness
El Club Allard
8
$$$
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
Restaurante lakasa
7
$$
Mediterranean
Chamberi
4 reviews
A change in location has resulted in a new larger and brighter restaurant with an improved layout. — Michelin Guide
Julian de Tolosa
7
$$$
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. — Zagat
Bocaito
7
$$
Mediterranean
Centro
8 reviews
Film-set traditional, from the bullfight posters and Andalucían ceramics to the old-school tapas and unsmiling, white-jacketed waiters. — Time Out
Coque
7
$$$
Mediterranean
Chamberi
3 reviews
The restaurant's cutting-edge oven and the wood it employs for roasting are the distinguishing marks of this kitchen that has earned itself two Michelin stars. — Time Out
Chocolatería San Ginés
7
$
Dessert
Centro
8 reviews
Serving chocolate and churros (deep-fried batter sticks) to the city night and day since 1894. — Time Out
Casa Alberto
7
$$
Mediterranean
Centro
6 reviews
Traditional tasca that has resisted the passage of time since it was founded back in 1827. — Rough Guide
La Bola
7
$$
Spanish
Centro
7 reviews
Holding court on a quiet backstreet, this dignified, classic Madrid restaurant is considered by many to be the home of 'cocido.'. — Time Out
Bazaar
7
$$
Spanish
Centro
7 reviews
Located just off the Gran Via, this casual, inexpensive eatery is set on a busy corner in Chueca, the city’s gay village. — Travel + Leisure
Restaurante Viavelez
7
$$$
Mediterranean
Cuatro Caminos
4 reviews
Asturian chef Paco Ron's place is a favourite place for fine tapas. — Time Out
Restaurante Casa Salvador
7
$$
Mediterranean
Centro
5 reviews
Since 1941, locals have been coming to the ‘Saviour’ for lashings of hearty Madrid cooking, and among them are plenty of bullfighting aficionados and toreros. — Lonely Planet
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