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+34 910 22 37 34
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Best burger joint in Madrid,
Goiko Grill is the best burger joint in Madrid, a dozen burgers to choose from, or, customize your own if you like, and some appetizers, that’s it, simple, but superb. It’s great for a casual lunch or dinner with friends.
Great prices for great burgers. They have a place in María de Molina and a terrace in Conde de Peñalver, you also can take it away or order from home. You can book online if you want.
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Peruvian restaurant, informal, always open
Tanta is a quality, Peruvian restaurant, informal, always open (from 13:30h-16h and from 20:30h-00h), big enough to find a table even a Friday night. Thee food is awesome, tasty, colorful, fresh and delicious.
I love the typical Papa bread that you get when you sit down.
They have a large selection of cebiches, last time we shared a Cebiche clásico (ceviche made with croaker a and tiger’s milk, the Peruvian term for the citrus-based marinade that cures the seafood). And also some Wantanes (pork and shrimp with tamarind sauce).
Main courses are amazing, I never know what to choose, my favorites maybe are: Lomo saltado (beef tenderloin, potatoes, onions, tomatoes, peppers and rice, wok made), Tallarines Saltados (Wok sauteed noodles with chicken, shrimp, onions, tomatoes and peppers) and Gaston Burger (Beef, lettuce, tomato, house sauce, creole sauce, fries and chimichurri), named for Gastón Acurio, the owner, that also owns Astrid & Gastón, another great Peruvian restaurant in Madrid.
They also have great desserts, I love the Chocolate soufle.
Usually, you can pay around 25€ each, weekdays they serve a lunch menu for 17€.
You can book online.
+34 640 65 13 46
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Finally amazing Ramen in Madrid
At last!!! we were all looking forward to this! finally good Ramen in Madrid, not only good, really amazing Ramen, and not only Ramen, also great Gyozas and awesome Baos. Chuka Ramen Bar remembers to those superb Ramen Bars you can find in Tokyo, but also to Momofuku, the famous David Chang restaurant, and the reason is that one of the chefs (John Husby) worked there, what good luck he decided to move to Spain :)
Gyozas are a great way to start, order both of them, Butifarra and Prawns, I can’t choose only one option.
If you want to try some more new-in-town dishes you can go with the Dok boki, a Korean recipe made with rice and chili.
And then, Ramen! they have 3 options: Shoyu (dashi and chicken soup with noodles, pork, egg and nori), Miso dashi (dashi and miso soup with noodles, vegetables and shiitake) or Hiyashi chuka (no soup, cold noodles, sausage, sichuán chili, watercress and sweet cashews).
I will also suggest you to order some Baos, there are amazing options as the pork one (David Chang’s iconic pork bun at Momofuku Noodle Bar) or the fried chicken bun. And if you can eat a little bit more, the Mochi doughnut, their only dessert, a rice pie with lime ice cream.
And this is not everything, they also have surprising Japanese beers worth trying.
The prices are very reasonable, 20-30€ per person.
My prayers have been answered, I can eat amazing Ramen at least in Madrid, thanks Chuka guys.
Booking is not possible, so go early to find a spot, there are less than 40 seats. It is open Tuesday through Saturday night and only noon on Fridays and Saturdays.
+34 918 66 40 30
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Excellent quality of the ingredients and innovative recipes done to perfection
You are going to enjoy Bacira from the entrance to the table talk. It’s a Mediterranean (with an Asian touch) restaurant, bright and fresh decorated in Chamberi neighborhood.
The secret: excellent quality of the ingredients and innovative recipes done to perfection. The place is so comfortable, the light, the space, you could eat here forever.
They offer a sample menu for 30€, and a daily menu for 14€. If you prefer to choose from the menu you can go for something light and fresh like Ceviche, or a typical Spanish recipe: Egg with bread (migas), potatoes and chorizo (we order half plates to try more dishes).
For main dishes I’ll suggest the Oaxtail meatballs, with mashed potato, it will melt in your mouth! Or you can try the Grilled smoked octopus, incredible soft.
Amazing desserts, so you have to make room for them.
It’s a great place to go with friends, family or your partner, the place will let you have a conversation, and if you go for lunch, the light from the windows will make you feel as good as the amazing food.
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Wonderful place to meet with friends
Dray Martina is a wonderful place to meet with friends. The deco is a big part of the experience, made by Madrid in love, white furniture, cactus and huge windows that allow street light enters the room.
The food is the perfect match for a vibrant conversation. Mediterranean, simple, tasty and easy to share plates, as the Grilled octopus with avocado brunoise (not good enough for my lovely Galician companion), Croquetas made of cecina, pear and spinach, Duck magret with pumpkin or the Hamburger. We also share a dessert, Chocolate mousse.
I liked Dry Martina most for the space and the atmosphere they offer, so you can choose either breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner to go there and spend a good time with your friends.
Open Monday to Friday from 8:30 to 2:00, Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 to 2:30. Booking is required.
+34 915 23 39 05
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Good, pretty and cheap
Are you looking for a pretty, casual, good price, mediterranean but asian influenced restaurant in Chueca for lunch? Bazaar is perfect! I’d rather lunch than dinner because of the great light Bazaar has due to these huge windows and the white decor. Weekdays they have a fixed menu for 10,50€, but choosing the regular menu you can have lunch for 15€.
Pasta, rice, fish or meat, long Mediterranean menu with an asian twist. I always order the same: Prawn Carpaccio, or Bresaola Carpaccio, they served it with pesto sauce and some bread.
Duck confit with hummus or Chicken curry with sotanghon noddles.
For dessert Biscuit glacé with burnt jijona (it’s a traditional xmas Spanish sweet, turrón)
The food is good, and the price is better, in Spanish we say “Bueno, bonito y barato” (Good, pretty and cheap). Reservations are not allowed.
If you like it you can give a try to the other restaurants they have in the same group, Andilana, but Bazaar is my favorite in Madrid.
Calle de la Libertad, 21
+34 915 77 78 77
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Michelin starred restaurant
Japanese ikebana at the reception, a large bar and two heights for the tables, nicely decorated but space is not the only highlight, Kabuki Wellington is food oriented.
The menu is a bit long, so you’ll need some time to think what are you going to have, or you can prepare your visit taking a look to the menu in advance on the website (there are some special dishes on the web you can order at the restaurant even though there aren’t on the menu), or be advised by the maitre. You can have traditional Japanese food but but its strength is the fusion, mixing elegantly Spanish and Japanese dishes, as Pan Tumaca Toro Usuzukuri.
They’re obsessed with the best fish, proof of that is the Tuna tartar with ponzu, it melts in your mouth, rich of flavors, no fat at all, delicious.
One of these hidden dishes you can order is Trilogía Kabuki, with 3 of their best choices: Quail egg with truffle nigiri, Wagyu burger with tomato and caramelized onion and Butter fish with chives and truffle egg.
Not only the fish is outstanding, we order carpaccio, the meat was really soft and tasty, after this you can’t go back to the meat you’re used to!
I think I had a crush on Ricardo Sanz at that point. Oriol Balaguer is in charge of the desserts, we ordered Yufu jelly with strawberries and pumpkin seeds, oh my goodness!
It is a bit pricey, we were two, we had a glass of white wine of their amazing cellar and sparkling water, we ordered two Trilogías and a blue tea and the bill was of 160€, but really, really worthy. Thanks to my hostess to for joining me on my first visit that will be unforgettable.
+34 915 32 33 69
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Noodles: quick, energetic and cheap lunch
UDON is an Spanish chain specialized in noodles, you can choose from udon, soba or soups, they also have rice and side dishes. In every branch you’ll find a large shared table, Wagamama style, that I love. You can have a quick, energetic and cheap lunch (or dinner, but I prefer lunch) in many places over Madrid, even at the airport! they have opened its first restaurant in the T1 airport terminal Madrid, I haven’t gone yet, but it’ll be my first choice next time in Barajas.
+34 917 02 00 66
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Super natural food
Super natural food, for breakfast, brunch or lunch (they close at 6pm). The Santa Teresa place is tiny, but really gorgeous. They have a cool system to make your own menu, choosing one salad, one vegetable dish and a main dish. 15€ more or less for a really healthy and tasty food made with love.
There are 4 tables: one in the middle of the room, to share with 8-9 people, another shared table for 6 people, and two independent lovely tables for 2, one of them looking at the open window to the street, great in Spring time.
They also own the Cantina in Matadero, a really special place in Madrid, and now, thanks to Olivia te cuida, with a great kitchen.
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Nice quiet delicious place
Although Dabbawala stands for “a box person“, people in India who collects freshly cooked food in lunch boxes (“dabba”) from the residences of mostly-suburban office workers, delivering it to their respective workplaces, Dabbawala restoran is not neither an Indian restaurant or a take away restaurant. Pablo Tamargo, the executive director was very kind to explain us the reason of naming the restaurant like this: the effectiveness. And you can confirm it looking at the rhythm in with everything is served in the tables.
Dabbawala menu is based in traditional Spanish ingredients (ham, cheese, bass, tuna, pork, lamb) but creatively cooked. As we arrived to our table we got a complimentary Salmorejo (traditional Spanish summer soup made with bread, tomatoes, garlic and olive oil):
Chef Luca Rodi Figueroa told us the daily specials, and we couldn’t help not order the fried octopus with mash “revolconas” potatoes (with paprika), it was crispy, fresh, spicy and really tasty.
One of the highlights of Dabbawala restaurant is that you can order half dishes, so we could order another one to share. Pumpkin tortellone with scallop and sage butter, amazing.
For main dish you can also ask for half dish, so as we went for dinner we asked for halves. We chose Sea bass with sweet onions and sea urchins romesco, the fish was really fresh, and the sauce really tasty, the Steak tartar, we loved it, especially the fries, as they were homemade.
On another visit we ordered Ají (a peruvian kind of stew) made of organic chicken and poached egg, it`s my favorite.
As we were wise to order half dishes we still had room for dessert, everything looked great, we picked the the Apple tart with green apple sorbet, the pie was really thin.
The decor is a mix between traditional, modern, elegant, intimate, and cozy. You can see great pictures in their website. What we liked more was the lightning, the sound insulation (great for having a good conversation), and the Ambigú (meaning the bar were you can wait for the table having a drink).
We spent 45€ each ordering a red wine bottle.
You can book your table online.
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