8 "Small Plates" restaurants in Madrid.
El Viajero’s rooftop in La Latina is where we’d like to spend all of our Sunday afternoons.
Taberna Tempranillo is a cozy, traditional tapas restaurant in La Latina with a great selection of food and domestic wines.
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.
Sala de Despiece is an experimental Spanish restaurant in Chamberí where you should go for a celebratory dinner when you want something different.
Casa Dani is the type of place that’s always full with regulars, and after trying their tortilla with caramelized onions, you’ll understand why.