Madrid is the city to visit for restaurants which are dripping with awards and accolades. From experimental seaweed lollipops at La Terraza, to classic Spanish cuisine, the city offers cuisine and ambiance to suit every mood. Today we selected the best spots in the city. Take a look!
The Biblioteca was once the library of the Duke of Santo Mauro, and original features such as the antique fireplace, book lined walls and cherry wood paneling remain to provide a scholarly ambience.
La Terraza del Casino
Gastronomic consultant at La Terraza is Ferran Adrià, head chef of the world renowned and three Michelin starred El Bulli, who is the most influential chef in Spain.
With beautiful views over the luscious gardens of the Retiro Park, Indice is located in an area of unmatched elegance. Head chef David Herranz has successfully elaborated on traditional Mediterranean dishes for a fresh and innovative dining experience.
Pan de Lujo
Pan de Lujo or ‘luxury bread’ is located in an old bread factory in the busy shopping area of Jorge Juan. While the factory’s façade has been preserved, the interior has been transformed with a clean, bold design that incorporates patches of exposed rough brickwork. The shimmering colors of three light boxes are reflected in a long pool of glassy water and glow through a glass wall that runs the length of the restaurant.
Viridiana takes its name from a legendary Luis Buñuel film that was banned in Spain for sixteen years during Franco’s regime. Owned by Chef Abraham Garcia, the restaurant serves hearty, flavorful cuisine, including Spanish classics such as gazpacho with Sardinian bread, and fillet of beef with chili sauce.
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