La Barraca in Chueca is one of the better paella places in Madrid, with a big menu to choose from.
Written byCristina Shipe
Taberna Tempranillo is a cozy, traditional tapas restaurant in La Latina with a great selection of food and domestic wines.
El Paraguas is where to go if you’re looking for a fine dining experience in Madrid.
Pez Tortilla is known for its contemporary spin on tortilla and croquetas, along with their impressive selection of artisanal beers.
Juana La Loca, a contemporary tapas spot in La Latina, is the type of place where we want to order everything on the menu.
Mercado de San Miguel is a mostly-Spanish food market where you should stop for tapas after exploring Plaza Mayor and Plaza del Sol.