5 expert reviews
“This landmark restaurant, which opened in 1839, is credited with having introduced French haute cuisine into the culinary wilderness of Madrid.”
– Time Out
"Lhardy has been a Madrileño legend ever since it opened in 1839 as a gathering place for the city's literati and political leaders." Full review
"This Madrid landmark... is an elegant treasure trove of takeaway gourmet tapas downstairs, while the six upstairs dining areas are the upmarket preserve of traditional Madrid dishes." Full review
Travel + Leisure
"Lhardy is a grand 19th-century museum piece famous for its burnished interiors and cocido (boiled dinner)." Full review
"Once the haunt of royalty, this is one of Madrid’s most beautiful and famous restaurants."