Popular restaurants & hotspots

Yugo The Bunker

Ignore the misaimed fandom of the Empire of the Sun and enjoy some of the best Japanese cuisine in Madrid.

Tatel Madrid

Go for the circus alone at this celebrity-owned socialite zoo in Madrid.

El Imparcial

All-day restaurant and concept shop – and a reason for heading to Madrid’s El Rastro that isn’t the flea market.

Bar Galleta

Nothing soggy about this trendy Triball restaurant named after the good old Marie biscuit.

Lady Madonna

This little hotspot in Madrid’s Las Salesas district isn’t wondering how to make ends meet.

Bosco de Lobos

Take a breather at this a gem of a space, a calming urban oasis in the heart of Chueca.

Oribu Gastrobar

You’ll struggle to find anything this willing and versatile, even in Chueca. Fusion that works.


Pretty and civilised in Chueca, good whenever you need to feed yourself or your Instagram account.

Ana La Santa

Be it for business, romance, or just a bit of social posturing in Madrid, slick Ana could be just your girl.

Punk Bach

More Bach than punk, an all-day brasserie for an opulent bling-bling experience in Madrid.

Punto MX

Put down your maracas, push the mariachis to the side and instead head to this modern Mexican in Madrid’s tony Salamanca.

Santo Restaurante & Deli

Big name gastronomy experience and a generous dose of Brazilian charm have turned this little looker into quite a buzzing Madrid hotspot.

Dabbawala Restorán

In the increasingly hopping part of Chamberí north of Chueca in Madrid, a trendy space for dinner, drinks or both.

Vi Cool by Sergi Arola

Sergi Arola’s homespun alternative to Michelin greatness in Madrid is all about the burgers, cocas and drinks.

Dassa Barr

Top madrileño restaurant Dassa Bassa’s wallet-friendly wine and tapas bar, with affordable nibbles and wines available by the glass.

Luzi Bombón

The Barcelona-based Grupo Tragaluz is back in the capital with a new place, and they appear to have another insta-hit on their hands.

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