Where and What to Eat in Madrid

Spain, Madrid Guide (B): Where and What to Eat in Madrid

Spanish cuisine is one of many great gifts to the foodie world. It’s a breath of fresh air in its simple, traditional and delicious flavors. Authentic Spanish cooking focuses on highlighting the true, natural flavors of food without drowning its taste in spices, sauces or condiments. It’s definitely different, but in my opinion it’s the way food should be.

Without some guidance though, in a touristy city like Madrid, it’s far too easy to completely miss out on this treasure. It’s not hard to find good food in this large bustling city; you just need know where to look! Too many people visit Madrid without ever uncovering the true secrets of Spain’s delightful delicacies.

My Foodie’s Guide to Madrid is meant to help visitors to this wondrous city, look past the copious tourist traps and discover the real foodie culture that Madrid has to offer.

Let me start by saying that there are WAY too many amazing places to eat in Madrid. It would be near impossible to cover them all! During my 2 years living in the city, I ate at so many restaurants I have a hard time even remembering them all. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
This article is featured in the app "GPSmyCity: Walks in 1K+ Cities" on iTunes App Store and Google Play. You can download the app to your mobile device to read the article offline and create a self-guided walking tour to visit the attractions featured in this article. The app turns your mobile device into a personal tour guide and it works offline, so no data plan is needed when traveling abroad.

Download The GPSmyCity App

Download 'GPSmyCity: Walks in 1K+ Cities' app for IOS   Download 'GPSmyCity: Walks in 1K+ Cities' app for Android

Sights Map

Guide Name: Where and What to Eat in Madrid
Guide Location: Spain » Madrid
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: Toma Café   Café de la Luz   Bicicleta   Carmencitas   Federal Café   Taberna el Buo   Taberna Almeria   Verbena Bar   Aliño   Ojalá   Casa Lucas   Casa Julio   Casa Gonzalez   Bodega de la Ardosa   Taberna Almendro 13   Momo   Amargo   Calle 30   Bar Sierra   Calle Conde Duque, 3   Marieta   Zhou Yulong   Greek and Shop   Esfahan   Bombay Blue   La Cocina de mi Vecina   La Mallorquina   Chocolatería San Gines   LoLo Polos Artesanos  
Author: Lauren Bonheim
Read it on author's website: http://laurenonlocation.com/1502-2/

Useful Travel Guides for Planning Your Trip


A Self-Guided Food Walk in Madrid

A Self-Guided Food Walk in Madrid

The reputation of Spain as a major gastronomic power to reckon with goes a long way. The capital city of Madrid has a lot to offer visitors in terms of soul warming food experience. On this walk you will visit some of the city's most vibrant and lively food markets and other places serving...
Top 16 Bars in Madrid

Top 16 Bars in Madrid

Madrid, the third largest city in Western Europe, is packed with an eclectic mix of bars that offer a scene for every style. In Spain’s Capital city, alcohol flows without end. Just take a walk down the streets of this vibrant city, and it seems as if every other building is a café or bar...
Madrid Souvenir Shopping Guide: Top 15 Spanish Products

Madrid Souvenir Shopping Guide: Top 15 Spanish Products

They call Spain "magnificent" for a reason, as there're loads of fascinating stuff a visitor to the country might want to take home and share with family and friends. Luckily, in Madrid one can find nearly all that Spain is famous for - wine, food, fashion, arts, sports, etc. Good...
Madrid´s Latin Quarter Tapas

Madrid´s Latin Quarter Tapas

This app is a description of bars and cafeterias of tapas and pinchos in the Latin Quarter of Madrid. Tapas and pinchos are generally bar snacks and finger foods, with pinchos generally originating from the Basque Country. The custom of tapas and pinchos-eating refers to eating at the bar, sometime...
10 Uniquely Madrid Foods to Try in Spanish Capital

10 Uniquely Madrid Foods to Try in Spanish Capital

There’s no better way to fall in love with a city than through its traditional cuisine. Complete meals, appetizers, beverages and sweets: all of them draw a path to a tourist heart. Madrid, the Spanish capital, has its very own unique and original dishes that can make a stay in this city a...