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+34 914 00 85 78
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Best pizza delivery
Definitely the best pizza delivery you can have in Madrid, Allô Pizza is artisanal pizza, 100% natural quality ingredients. Its dough is made daily with natural flour and cooked over 300 degrees in a stone oven.
There are three shops, covering much of central Madrid (Retiro, Moncloa and Cuzco), but you can also go there to pick your order and even eat it there at the Dr. Flemming street or the San Ildefonso square shop (portions to take in the moment without home delivery).
I love them because of their pizzas but also because of the delicious Caesar salad.
My favorite of all is Canibal (ham, pepperoni, beef and bacon). It’s really homemade pizza, very thin dough, tasty and fresh.
They also have great homemade dessert, as tiramisu or arroz con leche (milk pudding).
Opened from 1pm to almost midnight, it’s a great temptation to stay at home without cooking but having a great lunch or dinner.
A salad and a pizza cost around 18€ and they usually take less than 45 minutes to get your place.
+34 917 55 72 32
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Did you know that a Spanish chef has been the World Pizza Champion four times? he is Jesús Marquina, and he has designed and tested the pizza served at Kilómetros de pizza in Madrid, a gourmet pizzería around Bernabeu area where pizzaolos has been Marquina’s students.
They use special flour imported directly from Italy, dough is made and fermented at the restaurant kitchen, and baked in a Castelli oven, the best of the best. Is lighter and digestive and follows the guidelines of the Roman recipe. But the hit of the pizzeria is that you can order the pizza by meters! the biggest is 2 meters long, if you dare.
The quality is good for the price, the place is nice, decorated Mediterranean style, large tables, great for meeting there with a group of friends (even with children) for a casual dinner.
We ordered some starters too, as they were signed by another known chef, Juanjo López Bedmar. Great ingredients, Fresh burrata, and Mortadela with parmesan.
We were 5 and we order too much. They have 4 sizes to choose: Paso (28 x 28 cm), Half meter, One meter and Two meters. In theory, a Paso is an individual portion, Half a meter is good to share between two, and so on, but in my opinion is too much, maybe I’ll recommend Half a meter for every three.
We had Bresaola and rocket, Mushrooms and pumpkin cream, Barbecue and Diabola.
For dessert we order a Tiramisu and a Chocolate coulant.
The price, 25€ each. But as I said, it was too much food, so we took the leftovers.
We booked online, it’s better if you do, just in case.
+34 915 41 11 77
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A must of the Madrid nights
Caripen is a classic, it’s a must of the Madrid nights besides it’s a typical french bistró. The place was the former Lola Flores tablao flamenco, and it still keep the party atmosphere, now and then you can find here celebrities having dinner. It’s a place to celebrate, intimate but not quiet, fun, romantic, intense. Open until very late, you can enjoy fabulous food until 2am.
As a good classic has its classics (a must): Rock mussels (with cream) and Magret de canard (minimum 2).
But there are lots of great other dishes in the menu and beyond the menu as rillettes, escargots bourgignon, pizza or pasta.
My favorite dessert is Negro en camisón, a dark chocolate pie with cream and orange.
The wine list is not to long, a bit expensive also.
We paid 50€/each.
Reservation needed at least a day before.
+34 917 02 38 70
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A bar with a kitchen
They call Bar Tomate a bar with kitchen, mostly Mediterranean market dishes, it belongs to Tragaluz Group, most important in Barcelona than in Madrid where they only own 2 places (Bar Tomate and Luzi Bombon).
When in opened in 2009 it was barely impossible to book a table, now is easier, but it is recommendable to book it in advance, especially on weekends.
The decoration is quite hip, even with an award from a magazine (Metropoli). Two rooms, one at the entrance with large windows, and another, following the bar, with a communal table and some more independent tables. From the back room you can see the open kitchen and the wood oven.
Even though the serve breakfast and lunch too, I prefer Bar Tomate for having dinner, because of the atmosphere.
For the table I can’t miss the Crispy duck salad and orange vinaigrette, also the Tuna tartar with guacamole or the Croquettes are great.
For main dish I usually chose Tagliata charcoal veal with rocket and parmesan, really delicious.
Also the Steak tartar is a great choice, they serve it with wasabi ice cream.
Pizzas are also yummy! as they make them in the wood oven.
It’s medium price, even cheap considering the neighborhood and the place.