Madrid is a city full of essential places to visit. One can get lost in the streets of its historic neighborhoods, visit museums, go shopping in the center or relax in one of its many green spaces. However, the getaway to the capital of Spain can be expensive if you are not careful. Although the good thing is that the city is famous for being a place where you can eat well and, furthermore, without having to spend an arm and a leg. You just have to know where. For dessert we recommend you stop by one of the 15 best pastry shops in Madrid.
Maria Tubau Street, 19 28050
Arpit is not only one of the best Indians in Madrid but also one of the best restaurants in the entire city. Each plate hides endless flavors and unique aromas. Another of its attractions is its pleasant outdoor terrace, perfectly equipped to enjoy its specialties outdoors.
Calle Principe, 3 28012
Just 130 meters from Puerta del Sol, between Plaza de Canalejas and Plaza de Santa Ana, is this cozy little piece of Argentina in the heart of Madrid. Specialized in dishes and products derived from the tasty Argentine grill, they serve à la carte food every day and, in addition, they offer a daily menu. A highlight is that it has the approval of the Argentines who pass through the establishment.
the pizza shop
Leon Street, 35 28014
If you are one of those who flee from the chains, the essence of the Pizzateca is familiar and from a single location. Open since 2010, their pizzas are made in the authentic Roman style and are reputed to be just as good (if not better) than those eaten in Italy. In addition, whole, they can be bought by portions.
Calle Moreto, 17 local left 28014
The Plenti project was born with the idea of combining original and homemade quality food and drink with a close and friendly treatment. In addition to affordable prices for any pocket. The only thing that comes out of the British influence of your letter they are the open sandwiches or “smorrebrod” (rye bread toast made with different homemade toppings). They highlight the “guacamole” with cherry tomato, spring onion, kikos and yogurt; and the “hummus” with feta, raisins, seeds and curly parsley.
Gaztambide Street, 28 28015
Founded in 1989, in Gandarío you can create tables as you like choosing between potatoes, different types of meat, homemade sauces and also adding fried eggs or ham. It is a good option to go out for drinks and share with friends for less than 10 euros. However, they also have hamburgers and even vegan sausage.
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