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Plaza del Perú 4, Madrid
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PaiPaí has one of the better wine lists in town, with options that go beyond the typical Rioja/Ribera circle to feature small and family-owned wineries from lesser-known regions—this is the spot to order a bottle from the Canary Islands, Madrid’s very own Sierra de Gredos, or even a Palomino Fino vermouth by the glass.

Pair your vino with Spanish dishes that have some Asian and Peruvian flavors, like the crunchy egg set in a bed of potatoes parmentier and truffles and the tender, slow-cooked short rib drenched in Korean sweet and sour sauce over broccolini. This Chamartín spot is a 10-minute drive outside of the main tourist center, so you’ll definitely want to make a reservation and you’ll probably be surrounded exclusively by locals.

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