Most of Madrid’s outdoor terraces are fancy rooftops or seats on busy streets where cars and motos zoom by. But not Raimunda, a restaurant whose terrace sits in a charming outdoor courtyard that’s part of the leafy grounds of the Palacio de Linares (make sure to reserve a table a couple months ahead of time, especially during the warmer months).

This is a total escape from busy Madrid with a peaceful patio, complete with fountains, flowers, and heat lamps for those chillier days. The Oriental Chicken with garlic and fried peanuts is perfect for sharing, and if you’d prefer a dish all to yourself, order the flaky corvina white fish infused with achiote.

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