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Bacira. A Box of Surprises


Located in one of the most traditional neighbourhoods of Madrid, the Chamberí, in the are of Santa Engracia, we find the restaurant Bacira . The venue, an open space with avant-garde touches, is intended to make the diner feel like their in an exclusive place where they can enjoy a unique culinary experience and quality.

Picsa. 5 star Argentinian pizza


Picsa is an Argentine pizzeria in the neighbourhood of Chamberí, very close to the Azca business area, is the personal enterprise of members of the team from the renowned restaurant Sudestada. It seeks to offer the best of Italy's famous traditional recipe in different renovated versions.

Lakasa. Lo bueno, lo mejor y lo formidable


Lakasa del cocinero César Martín, es de lo mejorcito que le ha pasado a Madrid en los últimos años....gastronómicamente hablando, ¡Claro!. Es un restaurante que merece mucho, mucho la pena conocer.

San Ildefonso Market in Madrid


San Ildefonso Food Market is novel concept of leisure, recreation and socialisation revolving around gastronomy, in the kind of street food market you can find in London, New York, Singapore or Bangkok. A meeting place for after work, an alternative to the traditional aperitif, or a strategic stop for locals and regular visitors to Malasaña and Chueca, since it is located on Calle de Fuencarral, on the edge of these two neighbourhoods.

The Golden Mile Gourmet Experience


El Corte Inglés Department Store has inaugurated its sixth Gourmet Experience right on Madrid's Milla de Oro (Golden Mile), at Serrano 52. This new space occupies two floors of the building, which can be reached by two panoramic lifts running up the facade, allowing customers to enjoy spectacular views of the Salamanca district.

Cocinita. Italian Cuisine in the Food Market


The Cocinita is a very tiny family owned italian restaurant inside El Mercado de la Paz in Madrid. Being located in this "busy" and "noisy" Food Market, makes it even more sexy and "you pay good money" for the privilege to be there".The Cocinita is always a busy restaurant with no pretensions and this makes it even more authentic. There are only 4 small tables and this makes you feel more special when you go there.

San Gines. Best churros in Madrid


San Gines chocolatier's opened its doors over a Century ago, in a hidden alleyway between Puerta del Sol and Plaza de Ópera. Today San Ginés serves up the most famous churros in Madrid, and it's a popular meeting point for clubbers heading home after a serious night out.

La Catapa. A must go in Retiro area.


La Catapa is both a bar and a restaurant both situated in a quiet residential area of the city close to Retiro Park. La Catapa has is a perfect place for a glass of wine and tapas in the bar and for dinner in the restaurant. The menu is varied and interesting, and every dish we is well cooked and very nicely presented. The wine list has good Spanish wines to suit most tastes and pockets. Most importantly the service is welcoming and friendly yet professional. The staff go out of their way to ensure that you enjoy your time with them.

Marina Ventura. Paella chic in Madrid


Marina Ventura is a restaurant in Calle Ventura de la Vega, offering Mediterranean cuisine with preference for rice and paella. The owner of Marina Ventura is Patricia Fernández, Asturian descent and Italian mother and ensures offering high quality raw material and very accurate elaborations which gives importance to the harmony of flavors.

LAREDO: a must-go fine restaurant in Madrid


Laredo is a tavern-restaurant-temple in the culinary panorama of Madrid where best quality tapas and fine dining is served. They have earned fame and recognition based on good service, excellent ingredients and wine selection and a touch of innovation in the kitchen.