Madrileños still love going to traditional markets where one can find everything from fresh produce, butchers, fishmongers to tapas and beers.
Beat it, Barcelona. Everyone knows that Madrid is the new hot bed for the trendiest restaurants and passionate foodies!
Hungry yet? Here are some staples and popular restaurants in the foodie barrios.
Spanish foods that you just can’t leave the country without devouring. You’ll love everything!
There are always endless cheap eats when it comes to dining and drinking in Madrid.
As common as the peanut butter jelly sandwich is to the American diet, the bocadillo is the sandwich staple in Spain.
The base of a traditional tortilla is simple and wholesome.
Calle de Barcelona in Sol District is a small street holds at least a dozen restaurants with delicious Spanish food, drinks, tapas and vibe.
You won’t find tacos here, just tapas…
Churros, a fried stick of sugar-coated dough, are served with a piping bowl of thick and rich chocolate.