Restaurants for Green Travelers in Madrid 

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    Mercado de San Antón

    7 reviews

    Located in Chueca, accross from the "Plaza Chueca" and, although it stands out much less than San Miguel and has a smaller assortment, it has the advantage of having a small "El Corte Ingles for Only Groceries" which makes San Anton a convenient market if you happen to need a few ingredients and are in the Chueca Area.

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  • 2

    Poncelet Cheese Bar

    2 reviews

    This is a restaurant all based in cheese. You can choose from more than 100 variety of cheese made worldwide. The employees are fantastic and they can help you in choosing. For those who doesn't want cheese there are some other meal whitout it.

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    Chocolatería San Gines

    34 reviews

    Chocolatería San Ginés is one of those institutions that everyone goes to or stumbles to depending on the time of day. This place is open all day and all night. When the clubs close at 6 am, you can find most party-goers that haven't gone home here stuffing themselves silly with chocolate and a plate of hot churros. These aren't ...

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  • 4

    Cervecería 100 Montaditos

    8 reviews

    How did we not discover this place sooner? The sangria is superb and there are literally 100 different types of sandwiches varying in price on the menu. My favorite was the one I ordered with crispy onions and focaccia bread. I totally recommend it if you ever visit Madrid. It is a chain with locations throughout the city but the ...

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  • 5

    Museo del Jamón

    They have an all-day special that is €2, it includes a sandwich and your choice of coffee, wine, or soda. Not bad, right? Since our hostel didn't offer free breakfast, we had been either eating out or making our own from groceries bought at a local market. Enter the Museo del Jamón (ham museum) which is a local chain restaurant ...

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    Restaurante Casa Botín

    18 reviews

    Had a great family meal there on the top floor of the restaurant. A lovely and funny band of musicians came to serenade us during the event. Food was very nice too. Worth the touristic visit. Whole suckling pig!

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    Bar el Tigre

    11 reviews

    Ok, so while the tapas at El Tigre aren't the best in the city, if you're on a budget, there is no better way to have your drink and eat dinner too! While the tapas are occasionally just a greasy plate of patatas bravas, you can also get jamón serrano and tortilla española amongst other Spanish favorites.

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  • 8

    Casa Labra

    8 reviews

    By far, the ABSOLUTE Best Spanish Croquetas de Bacalao ever made!

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  • 9

    La Mallorquina

    9 reviews

    If you are in Madrid, you simply must go to La Mallorquina. The chocolate napoleon is a classic, but almost everything is good. The only catch--you must muscle your way up to the counter past a crowd of Spanish abuelas ordering boxes upon boxes of pastries at any time of the day. There is an upstairs dining room for enjoying ...

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  • 10

    La Bola

    This is a great family restaurant that is famous for its Madrilenian cocido, a stew with vegetables and meats (chicken, pork, etc.). I loved the orange broth and the pasta part of the stew but I was a bit squeamish about the pork and chicken because it was on the bone. I learned that I'm a wimpy carnivore because the ...

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  • 11

    Corral de la Morería

    6 reviews

    A great spot in Madrid for Flamenco. Be sure to stay late (after most of the tourists leave) for the second showing (usually around 1am). Get tickets beforehand, but don't go for dinner (too pricey and not worth it), just go for the drink/tapa.

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  • 12

    Casa Lucio

    It's hard to get a place but the huevos rotos are great

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  • 13


    5 reviews

    We stumbled on this place because it was right near our hotel. The restaurant serves typical Spanish tapas in a hip, modern, nightclub-like atmosphere. The crowd is decidedly good-looking. We didn't know it at the time but Lateral is a chain of restaurants in Madrid. The stuffed pimientos were delicious!

  • 14


    4 reviews

    Lateral serves of reasonably priced Spanish fusion cuisine. There are several locations, but I prefer the one in Plaza de Santa Ana. Just be sure to watch your bags - there are lots of pickpocketers in the area.

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    Meson de Champiñones

    4 reviews

    The best dang-a-roo mushroom in el MUNDO. Combine with wine and friendly staff its a win-win-win. Don't miss it if you are in the Plaza Mayor in Madrid. Five-stars!

  • 16

    San Wich

    4 reviews

    Their tagline is "Because a good sandwich is just and necessary" and boy are they right. This is a tiny little place… Only three seats. My wife and I checked it out for lunch and were very happy with the food. Probably one of the better burgers I've ever hard in my life, but we were pretty hungry, so that ...

  • 17


    3 reviews

    One of my favorite restaurants to have dinner (behind the bar) or a drink with tapas standing at the bar. Located around the corner from our vacation rental apartment (VRBO# 378068) in La Latina District. I have been here about a dozen times and tried many things and pretty much liked them all but these are my favorite dishes: - ...

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  • 18

    Viva la Vida

    4 reviews

    An ultra enticing buffet full of vegetarian cuisine (not always so easy to come by in Madrid). The only downside is that you pay by the weight, which is a little, mmm, unique. The food is great though, so who cares.

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  • 19


    3 reviews

    Fabulous location, great ambience, spectacular food and reasonably priced. Seriously, the pizza with boletus y esencia de trufa (mushroom and truffle essence) is pretty much the best thing I've ever eaten.

  • 20

    La Casa del Abuelo

    3 reviews

    Built in 1906, La Casa del Abuelo is an institution in Madrid. They say Andy Warhol frequented this place while in Madrid. If you love shrimp, then this is where you want to get your tapas from. The wine they serve here is slightly sweet and they sell it by the glass or bottle. They actually serve red or white ...

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