Madrid has around 3,100 restaurants, but a select few have been awarded stars by the renowned Michelin Guide. A Michelin Star is to a chef what an Oscar is to an actor. The famous qualifier system of the Michelin travel guides, has become the worldwide quintessential gourmets’ measure.
There are 16 restaurants in Madrid awarded with Michelin stars: DiverXO (three stars); Santceloni, La Terraza del Casino, Sergi Arola, Ramon Freixa Madrid and El Club Allard (two stars); and Kabuki, Kabuki Wellington, DSTAgE, Álbora, La Cabra and Punto MX (one star). In addition, on the outskirts of the city one restuarant (Coque) has two stars and there are three one-star restaurants: Casa José, Chirón and Montia. All of them serve world-class food and offer excellent service.
Our Michelin star restaurant relection in Madrid city:
DiverXO 3 Stars
The creations of Chef David Muñoz have impressed gourmets worldwide. Coolness, bravery and creativity are the key to success of DiverXO. This restaurant’s menu changes with the season, but only has two possibilities XOW Menu and Menu Glotón XOW. Both menus offer the same food, only vary in quantity and price. To book in DiverXO each commensal have to pay a ticket of €60, which is deducted from the final bill.
Address: Calle de Padre Damián, 23. 28036, Madrid.
Opening Hours:Tuesday to Saturday from 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. and from 9:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. Mondays and Sundays.
Getting Here: The best way to get there is by Metro, getting off in Tetuan Station (Line 1).
Tel:(+34) 91 570 07 66
Santceloni 2 Stars
Santi Santamaría’s Santceloni restaurant,with two Michelin Stars, is located at 57 Castellana Walk. It offers Spanish gastronomic dishes, but gives each one a new air. With high quality as its maxim, Santamaria respects the product and its temporality. Chef, Óscar Velasco, bets on the freshness and the taste of each product. This is an experience. Splurge and enjoy!
Address: Paseo de la Castellana, 57. 28046, Madrid.
Opening Hours: Tuesday to Saturday from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. and from 9:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. Sundays and Mondays closed.
Getting Here: The closest subway station is Gregorio Marañón (Lines 7 and 10).
Tel: (+34) 91 210 88 00
La Terraza del Casino 2 Stars
With Ferran Adrià as gastronomic director and adviser, Paco Roncero, as chef, it is no surprise that La Terraza del Casino has been awarded two Michelin Stars. This rooftop terrace, located at 15 Alcalá Street, is in one of Madrid’s oldest and most exclusive clubs. The casino is a club for gentlemen, not gamblers, and is exclusively open to its members, while the restaurant is open to all. The originality, creativity, textures and new gastronomic molecular impressions combine succulent flavors and smells in every dish. Simply Marvelous!
Address: Calle de Alcalá, 15. 28014, Madrid.
Opening Hours: Monday to Friday from 1:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. and from 9:00 p.m. to midnight. Saturdays from 9:00 p.m. to midnight. Sundays closed.
Getting Here: The restaurant is in the Puerta del Sol area, within a 5-minutes’ walk from the subway station.
Tel: (+34) 91 532 12 75
Gastro 2 Stars
At 31 Zurbano Street, we discover Sergi Arola Gastro, also holding two Michelin Stars. Sergi Arola, a student of Chefs Ferran Adrià and Pierre Gagnaire, is a proponent of traditional Catalonian and Mediterranean cuisine. Nothing is superfluous, rather flavors are authentic and the raw material is seasonal and nearly always locally sourced. Dishes include starters such as, Jerusalem artichoke with truffle poultry and mascarpone, mains such as red mullet with sautéed beans and peas with black pudding and a veil of Iberian ham, and desserts such as airy, light passion-fruit soufflé with mint ice cream. Inspiring & Sublime!
Address: Calle de Zurbano, 31. 28010, Madrid.
Opening Hours: Tuesday to Saturday from 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. and from 9:00 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. Sundays and Mondays closed. Also this restaurant will be closed from January to March and from July to September.
Getting Here: The restaurant is three block away from Rubén Darío (Line 5) metro station.
Tel: (+34) 913 10 21 69
Ramón Freixa 2 Stars
At 67 Claudio Coello Street, you will find Ramón Freixa Madrid Restaurant, where traditional dishes are transformed by a sophisticated and modern cuisine. Mediterranean style acts as the main character, from the decor which is postmodern Baroque, to the tableware of black water goblets and gold chargers! and finally to the mignardises served before dessert. Everything at Ramón Freixa Madrid is over the top. One could say this is a negative as in the case of heaping plates of hors D´oeuvres—a spoonful of spherified foie gras, a strangely matzoh-like cornet piped with chorizo cream, a lozenge of gelified cola—which are united only by their common diminutiveness. But it can also be very, very good. Why have a boring old salad, if you can match each raw vegetable with its dried-and-fried twin? Why content yourself with a rich, herby stew of sautéed wild mushrooms, when you can top it with sweet rounds of octopus, crisp rabbit ribs or tiny pancetta meatballs? Three cooking styles for the lobster, ten textures for the tomatoes, six kinds of chocolate with your coffee…Who said the age of excess is over? Exciting and terrific!
Address: Calle de Claudio Coello, 67. 28001, Madrid.
Opening Hours: Tuesday to Saturday from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. and from 9:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. Sundays and Mondays closed.
Getting Here: The restaurant is in the prestigious Serrano area, just two block from Serrano (Line 4) subway station.
Tel: (+34) 91 781 82 62
El Club Allard 2 Stars
Finally, El Club Allard which holds true to the essence of ´private club´, as has been since its founding in 1998. More than ten years later, the simple but original recipes of Chef Diego Guerrero have awarded this restaurant with the grand Michelin Star. El Club Allard is located almost halfway between a park with a statue of Don Quixote and another park with an ancient Egyptian temple. The location may not have been deliberate, but it is somehow appropriate for a restaurant that manages to combine notes of mystery, fantasy, humor, imagination and creativity. There are a million good places to eat in Madrid, and more than a few Michelin-starred restaurants. But if you have three hours to spare for lunch, you really, really should go to El Club Allard. This meal will be talked about for years!
Address: Calle de Ferraz, 2, Bajo-derecha. 28008, Madrid.
Opening Hours: Tuesday to Saturday from 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. and from 9:00 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Sundays and Mondays closed.
Getting Here: The restaurant is in the Plaza España area, just a few minutes away from the subway station.
Tel: (+34) 91 559 09 39
DSTAgE 1 Star
Diego Guerrero has just opened the DSTAgE restaurant, under his own project called DSTAgE Concept (Days to Smell Taste Amaze Grow & Enjoy). With this new establishment, the chef makes his debut as an entrepreneur with a commitment to a haute cuisine format evolving within the line developed in recent years (baptised at the time as “The Silent Revolution”), under a “concept of haute cuisine which is exempt of many courses” which has earned him recognition in the Michelin Guide 2015. Located in Barrio de Chueca, DSTAgE occupies 300 square metres, spanning over two floors. On the upper floor, the client begins the gastronomic experience with some snacks at the bar, before moving on to the dining room, which is set around a patio. At the back of the restaurant and on sight from almost every corner of the establishment, the kitchen opens out onto the dining room, where Diego Guerrero works alongside his team in full view of the public. From there, the chefs come out of the kitchen and mingle with the dining room staff to serve the diners.
Address: Calle Regueros, 828004
Opening Hours:Mon-Sat 1pm – 4pm / 9pm -11pm
Getting Here: Metro Alonso Martínez (L4, L5, L10), Chueca (L5), Colón (L4)
Tel: (+34) 91 702 15 86
Zalacain 1 Star
This restaurant had three stars, but has lost two in the last decade and has failed to recover it. Chef Juan Antonio Medina offers a classic Spanish cuisine with high quality ingredients. It is distinguished by its famous sommelier and its wine cellar with over 1,200 bottles.
Address: Calle de Álvarez de Baena, 4. 28006, Madrid.
Opening Hours: Monday to Saturday from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. and from 8:30 p.m. to midnight. Sundays closed.
Getting Here: The closest subway station is Gregorio Marañón, located only three blocks away from the restaurant.
Tel: (+34) 91 561 48 40
Kabuki 1 Star
Kabuki is the only Michelin starred japanese restaurant in Madrid. The Chef Ricardo Sanz prepares a fusion of Mediterranean and Japanese cuisine that has enchanted gourmet worldwide. The desserts in Kabuki are the work of the award-winning pastry chef Oriol Balaguer. Kabuki has a second seat in the Hotel Wellington (C / Velázquez, 8) also awarded with one Michelin star.
Address: Ave. del Presidente Carmona, 2. 28020, Madrid.
Opening Hours: Monday to Friday from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. and from 8:30 p.m. to midnight. Saturdays only from 8:30 p.m. to midnight. Sundays closed.
Getting Here: The restaurant is within a 10-minutes’ walk from the closest metro station (Estrecho/Line 1). Kabuki Wellington in is the Salamanca district
Web: http://www.restaurantekabuki.com / http://www.hotel-wellington.com/esp/kabuki_wellington
Tel: (+34) 91 417 64 15 (Kabuki) 7 / (+34) 91 577 78 77 / (Kabuki Wellington).
Punto MX 1 star
Punto MX is committed to tradition in Mexican cuisine. Its gastronomic philosophy is based on honouring the typical Mexican recipes, combining age-old and cutting-edge techniques to obtain traditional yet contemporary cuisine. All of this has served to make it the first European restaurant serving Mexican food to be awarded a Michelin star. Lifelong recipes are questioned in order to reinterpret them and update them whilst committed to the finest quality products that combine tradition, temporality, small producers, artisan products. It also has the first MezcalBar in Spain with cocktails inspired by typical recipes, using natural, fresh, original and fun ingredients of the finest quality. Furthermore, it is the only Mexican restaurant in Spain that makes its own tortilla dough.
Address: Calle General Pardiñas, 40
Opening Hours: Mon - Fri 1.30pm – 4.30pm and 9pm – Midnight; Sat 9pm – Midnight Closed: Saturday midday and Sunday.
Getting Here: Metro: Goya (L2, L4), Lista (L4), Núñez de Balboa (L5, L9). The restaurant is in the Salamanca district
Tel: (+34) 91 402 22 26
La Cabra 1 star
Trained at El Bohío and Santceloni, and following his time as head chef at Piñera, Javier Aranda has surrounded himself with a qualified and young team to offer market cuisine with a refined background that has served to award him with a Michelin star in the 2015 edition. La Cabra combines two different spaces on its two floors (500 square metres). The taperia is on the upper floor, as soon as you enter the establishment local (where you can have some informal tapas) and gastro, the actual restaurant is next to it, where you can enjoy complex and elaborate food. The library is on the lower floor, where you can enjoy a coffee or a long drink and the wine cellar.
Address: Calle Francisco de Rojas, 22
Opening Hours: Mon-Fri 9am -2am / Sat Midday-2am
Getting Here: Alonso Martínez (L4, L5, L10), Bilbao (L1, L4)
Tel: (+34) 91 445 77 50
The talent of chef, Manuel Domínguez (O Carballiño, Ourense, 1975) has been recognised with a star by the Michelin Guide in its 2016 edition. A reward for this restaurant in Chamberí which prepares traditional cuisine with a creative and up to date focus, based on the best seasonal products and market produce. Manuel Domínguez, from the pulpeira family began his career at the A Carballeira de Santa Cruz restaurant, in Ourense. After training alongside prestigious restaurateurs, he presented a restaurant in Calle Zurbano Lúa ("moon" in Galician) in 2005, which combined Galician inspiration with signature touches, which soon caught the attention of critics for its quality. Seven years later, it moved to its current location (Chamberí), where it has been awarded a Michelin star in the 2016 edition of the Michelin Guide. The establishment has two differentiated parts: atmosphere and culinary offer. One is more informal with high and low tables and a comfortable bar to savour its dishes with a marked Galician feel (average price: €35/40) where its famous octopus à feira can be savoured (also marinated or baked with potato purée and garlic), cuttlefish pasty, lamb sweatbread nuggets, king prawn bravas, oxtail or a glorious chocolate salad. The other is the culinary dining room, which is more elegant, where a tasting menu can be savoured (55 EUR-78EUR with wine-) where Domínguez lets his creative side run away, offering the Lúa menu, which consists of nine courses: three aperitifs, two starters, two main dishes and two desserts, which vary according to the season (and which alternates dishes such as chicken with pepper soup, scallops and cod rashers, venison loin with chestnut purée, garlic soup with red rice, poached egg and black truffle or peach gazpacho).
Address: Calle Eduardo Dato, 5
Opening Hours: Mon – Sat: 1.30pm – 4pm / 9pm – 11pm
Getting Here: Metro: Iglesia (L1), Rubén Darío (L5). Chamberí distric.
Tel: (+34) 91 395 28 53
Albora 1 star
Albora is committed to a high quality cuisine, based on excellent material and seasonal products. We choose the best from traditional cuisine and contemporary techniques on which we rely to provide extraordinary flavors.
Address: Calle Jorge Juan, 33
Opening Hours: Monday to Saturdday from 13.30 to 16h and from 20.30 to 23.30h. Sunday closed upper floor. Sunday nicght closed
Getting Here: The restaurant is in the Salamanca district
Tel: (+34) 917816197
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