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Agrado Café


Embajadores, 14, Madrid
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This restaurant is the perfect place to relax with a coffee and friends, especially before or after shopping at El Rastro, Madrid’s famous Sunday outdoor market. If you’re really hungry, go for the Jamonero Brunch, which comes with Iberian ham on toast with freshly grated tomato, plus a fruit and yogurt bowl, your choice of homemade cake, fresh juice, and coffee.

If you’re traveling with somebody who does, in fact, consider themselves a micro-influencer, they do have some great colored lattes, which come in many different colors and get topped with flower bits.

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