Cristina is based in Philly, but spends most of her time daydreaming of her years living in Madrid. She enjoys going out to eat and thinking about where she’s going to go out to eat next. Her biggest fear is finding herself in a conversation where she has to explain to a Philadelphian that the best cheesesteak she ever had was in Atlantic City.
The 23 Best Places To Eat & Drink In Madrid
The 23 Best Places To Eat & Drink In Madr…
Whether you’re visiting Madrid for three days or seven, here’s how to prioritize your meals.
Charrúa is an Uruguyan steakhouse in Salamanca where you should go if you’re craving steak and not much else.
Mistura, with locations around city, serves high-quality gelato with lots toppings, along with a handful of vegan options.
Honest Greens is a fast-casual, healthy hot spot that serves much more than just salads.
Religion Specialty Coffee is a cafe with outdoor seating in Castellana that’s known for its vegetarian and vegan options as much as for its coffee.
Toma Café in Malasaña is the place to answer all of your caffeination needs.
Chuka in Barrio de las Letras puts a Japanese spin on Chinese street food. Don’t leave without trying the ramen.
Federal is an all-day Australian-style brunch spot where you can find a menu of things like eggs benedict and shakshuka.
Fide is a no casual bar in Chamberí where you should go for a beer and some of the freshest seafood you’ll find in Madrid.
La Barraca in Chueca is one of the better paella places in Madrid, with a big menu to choose from.
El Viajero’s rooftop in La Latina is where we’d like to spend all of our Sunday afternoons.