Fine dining restaurants


Arguably the hottest table in Madrid but - unlike more see-and-be-seen hotspots - here the main attraction here really is the food, David Muñoz's sublime Spanish-Asian fusion cuisine.

Nikkei 225

This madrileño Peruvian-Japanese fusion newbie may be named after the Tokyo stock index, but its prices won’t crash your personal portfolio.

El Chaflan

Juan Pablo Felipe is a master at deconstruction, serving up quirky classics without the tableside cryogenic freezing device.

Dassa Bassa

Darío Barrio’s eponymous restaurant serves up a constant exploration of tastes and textures in a whitewashed coal bunker.


Hidden behind the guise of an antiques store, the dishes here are as much a surprise as the location.

La Terraza del Casino

Located in the city’s most impressive (and notorious) ex-gentlemen’s club, the ‘El Bulli of Madrid’ serves up spectacular views and dishes that gastro hounds would die for.


Market-fresh ingredients and an emphasis on seafood in an art filled space that doubles as a laboratory for some of Madrid’s maddest chefs.


Bringing a taste of the Orient to Madrid, Samarkanda’s romantic railway station location also includes a proper botanical garden for terraced dining.


Head down into the cellar for exquisitely polished surroundings and Mediterranean dishes well deserving of two Michelin stars.

El Mirador

A rooftop eatery which makes Summer in the city complete for museum-goers and trendy locals alike.

Madrid Restaurants - on a map

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