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A Casiña

Restaurants & cafés

A Casiña is one of several restaurants specialising in regional cuisine - in this case Galician - in the Casa de Campo. The restaurant is a reconstruction...

Avda del Ángel


Restaurants & cafés

The looks of the place may be a tad dreary, but you'll forget all about the mauve tablecloths once you taste the tandoori chicken with almonds (aka chicken...

C/San Bernardino 1


Restaurants & cafés

The speciality is revueltos (scrambled egg) with prawns, wild mushrooms and so on, but there's also good ham, chorizo, black pudding, and a variety of wines...

C/Manuela Malasaña 15


Restaurants & cafés

Named after Granada's magical palace and done up in suitably Andaluz-Moorish style, this is a pretty and peaceful spot during the day, serving basic tapas...

C/Victoria 9


Restaurants & cafés

A quirky basement bar, kicking to the strains of flamenco and best described as rustic technicolour, with its wooden painted furniture and Gaudiesque mosaic...

C/Martín de los Heros 72


Restaurants & cafés

With its Berber rugs and intricate tiling, Al-Jayma is a microcosm of Morocco within Madrid. Sit back on the floor cushions to nibble on houmous and...

C/Barbieri 1


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With the nondescript decor so typical of Madrid's vegetarian restaurants, Artemisa might seem no different from the rest. But the salads are bigger and more...

C/Ventura de la Vega 4

As de los Vinos - La Casa de las Torrijas

Restaurants & cafés

A charmingly old unkempt bar, tiled and mirrored, with table-tops constructed from old enamel adverts. Since 1907, it has served little more than torrijas -...

C/Paz 4

Asador Donostiarra

Restaurants & cafés

If you love meat and you love Real Madrid, you may want to splurge on a night out at the once-preferred asador (steakhouse) of David Beckham and the rest of...

C/Infanta Mercedes 79


Restaurants & cafés

For good-value Indian food, Baisakhi is probably the best bet along what has become Madrid's answer to Brick Lane. The waiters all speak English, and the...

C/Lavapiés 42


Restaurants & cafés, Shops

There are books and videos in English here, and members of staff are friendly and helpful. Browsing is encouraged and you can linger over some of the...

C/Hortaleza 64

Bodegas la Ardosa

Critics' choice
Restaurants & cafés

A tiny local bar with a lovely old tiled exterior (confusingly marked No.58) and walls lined with bottles of wine. There are especially good patatas bravas...

C/Santa Engracia 70

Bodegas Ricla

Restaurants & cafés

A tiny, bright and friendly mother-and-son operation, Bodegas Ricla does a great line in garlicky boquerones and an incongruous one in soft rock. Cheap but...

C/Cuchilleros 6


Restaurants & cafés

A wonderfully old-fashioned ice-cream parlour, with a terrace overlooking the Parque del Oeste. In contrast to its 1950s feel, some of its 40 own-made...

Paseo del Pintor Rosales 48
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