Zalacain

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Top 1% of restaurants in Madrid
8 / 10

7 expert 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

Fodor's
"This restaurant, decorated in dramatic dark wood, gleaming silver, and apricot hues, introduced nouvelle Basque cuisine to Spain in the 1970s and has since become a Madrid classic." Full review
Frommer's
"Named after the intrepid hero of Basque author Pío Baroja's 1909 novel, Zalacaín El Aventurer, Zalacaín is small, exclusive, and very classy." Full review
Lonely Planet
"Where most other fine-dining experiences centre on innovation, Zalacaín is a bastion of tradition, with a refined air and a loyal following among Spain’s great and good." Full review
DK Eyewitness
"With three Michelin stars, Zalacaín is arguably Madrid’s finest restaurant."
Afar Magazine
"One of the most traditional restaurants in Madrid with lovely, attentive waitstaff, and ambiance that is reminiscent of old Madrid. Heavy curtains pulled to the side reveal massive oil..." Full review
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