Brunch restaurants

Roll Madrid

How do you roll? For some serious Americana comfort food in Madrid, check in next to Federal Café.

Federal Café Madrid

Barcelona’s insanely popular brunch spot sets up in to Madrid’s trendy Conde Duque district.

Café Motha

Right on the path between Chueca and the museums – and better than what your own mum ever put on the table.

Murillo Café

A good little spot in striking distance to the big Madrid museums that even locals find a reason to visit.

Maricastaña Bar & Kitchen

No marica-stan, but a pretty good brunch and the perfect Madrid pitstop for a nibble, wine or cocktail any time.

InSitu Restaurante

Fusion shmusion where Chueca meets Malasaña; the food’s great, the crowd’s friendly and the atmosphere’s cosy.

Bla, Bla, Bla Madrid

Don’t let bla turn into blurgh by overindulging in Saturday brunch at this chic spot on the edge of Chueca.

Café Oliver

A local institution, bag a window-side banquette and watch the world go by over eggs.

Restaurante Ene

Japan gets in on the brunching trend with its cool fusion menu, tatami seating and jazz DJs come the weekend.

Glass Bar

Oysters, cocktails and the city’s chicest inhabitants make this crystalised space a see and be seen venue at any time of day.

Mama Inés

A proper neighbourhood café, Mama Inés caters to the local gay community with stellar brunches and plenty of eye-candy on the side.

Nina Madrid

A touch of New Yorker loft-living brought to Madrid, reservations are a must if you want in on the super popular brunch.

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