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offers a tasteful blend of old and contemporary in its gastronomy delights. An array of Michelin star restaurants beckons
one and all with their exotic dishes.
The city boasts of its own style of cooking derived from the rural pockets of
Spain, offering you a wonderful mix of flavours.
1. Begin your food trail with the delicious
golden yellow Spanish Omelette—Pincho de
Tortilla. Opt for the classic one consisting typically of egg and potatoes
or try one of the numerous variations; this gastronomic speciality is available
in most restaurants and bars.
2. Head to the famous Prado Museum and be enthralled by a
host of art works ranging from Gaudi to Picasso, Rubens, and more.
3. Head to La Barraca, La
Buganvilla or Casa de Valencia to relish the traditional seafood paella (rice
dish). Alternatively, you can also have
a paella with varying combinations of small juicy chunks of meat, chicken and
4. Satiate your chocolate cravings
at the legendary Chocolatería San Ginés (just a few metres away from
your hotel) which has been around since 1894. It’s famous for its chocolate con churros (hot chocolate
and churros). Churros are deep fried thinly striped dough dusted with sugar or
cinnamon and served with thick gooey chocolate and cream for dipping.
5. This evening, enjoy an authentic Spanish meal accompanied by a
Flamenco Show at the world renowned La Corral
de la Morería. Opt for the fixed or a la carte menu offering mouth-watering
dishes such as the Warm Goat Cheese Salad, Salmon with Cauliflower Puree,
Steamed Galician Hake Loin with Light Pil Pil Cream Sauce (traditional Spanish sauce),
and more. We recommend that you pre-book your tickets so that you do not miss
this experience. Another option is Café
de Chinitas located in the heart of Madrid.
1. Take a big bite of the
delicious bocadillo de calamares—fried
squid sandwich. There are several restaurants and cafes in the grand Plaza Mayor where you can find this gastronomic
2. Marvel at the baroque grandeur
of Royal Palace having 2800 rooms out
of which about 50 are open to public to explore.
3. Enjoy a leisurely stroll in Puerta del Sol, Madrid's most famous square
in the city centre. Do try the
mouth-watering tapas at La Casa del
Abuelo Tapas bar while here.
4. Have a caña of beer while
relishing patatas bravas (potatoes with aioli), huevos rotos (potatoes with
broken eggs with ham and potatoes), gambas al ajillo (shrimp in garlic), Boquerones en Vinagre (anchovies in vinegar), and much more at a
famous tapas bar. La Latina district
and Plaza de Santa Ana are known to have the best tapas bars in Madrid.
5. Experience fine dining in a Michelin star restaurant such as DiverXO,
La Terraza del Casino and El Club Allard.