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  • Bastardo hotel

    Me and my friends came across it on our way to do an assignment. There is comfy leather sofas, cool lighting, and a beautiful decor aesthetic that is perfect for studying away or for simply having a coffee. It is quite spacious so you don't feel cramped up. It is right...

    0 by Eva, one month ago
  • La creperie easycrep

    Hello everybody! A few days ago I went out with some friends and we had dinner at this amazing creperie. One of my friends had already been there and she was delighted with the crepes, and to be honest we all end up satisfied with them. There's a huge variety of salty...

    0 by Natalia, 2 months ago
  • Cheap and Delicious Croquetas in Madrid

    Basque skewers at home, yesterday I ordered a pack and the truth was they were all good but the croquetas were delicious and perfect, this page https://pinchosvascosonegin.com/ is very good they bring you the skewers home, very fast and very serious, the I recommend

    0 by Gabriela, 6 months ago
  • Mercado de San Miguel

    El Mercado de San Miguel is a must see in Madrid, not only because is great to grab something to eat, but also because of the great environment and great places to drink too. It is called mercado translated to "market", but maybe not in the traditional sense of the...

    0 by Denisse, 10 months ago
  • De María

    Gran Vía is both one of the most important and most representative streets in Madrid and visiting it is a unique experience for all, particularly as it has become an important commercial and leisure area for citizens and, particularly, tourists alike! We were already...

    0 by Lottie, one year ago
  • Loving Hut

    Hi Everyone! Yesterday was a very special friends birthday, and to celebrate we had a surprise dinner. As she is considering becoming vegan, we thought the best idea would be to take her to Loving Hut. The truth is we didn't know of this restaurant previously, but a...

    0 by Mark, one year ago
  • Al Mounia

    As you can guess from the title of this post, today I will be talking about the absolute disappointment that I felt when eating as this very well-known restaurant in Madrid city centre. For those of you who are lovers of exotic food, specifically Arabic food, you will...

    0 by Lottie, one year ago
  • Nigiri

    A couple of days ago, I was with some friends in the centre of Madrid and we decided that we felt like going somewhere for food. We fancied some Japanese food, but all of the restaurants that we knew of closed at 4pm and didn't open again until 6pm. Besides, if I go to...

    0 by Lottie, one year ago
  • Fairuz Restaurant

    Fairuz is a restaurant specialising in Lebanese cuisine and is situated right in the heart of Madrid. Source Fairuz is a famous Lebanese singer and actress who is extremely well-known in the Arabic world, as well as some other countries in the Far East, whose career...

    0 by Lottie, one year ago
  • Chocolateria San Gines

    When I was in the 9. th grade of high school (about 2012) I was doing a trip with my class to Madrid. We have been there for almost 2 weeks. What we really wanted to try were churros. So we were on the streets asking somebody where we can eat churros, or more like...

    0 by Dangerous, one year ago
  • Chocolatería San Ginés

    It's more than just love for churros - you come to San Ginés for the love of history and tradition. It's well known that, when coming to Madrid, you could not avoid, in fact, should not avoid stepping foot in the most famous chocolate shop in the city. The reputation...

    0 by Lottie, one year ago
  • Pad Thai

    Pad Thai - a filling option for just 8. 90€ If you are a fan of museums and you want to tackle the route through the Barrio de Las Letras, which includes the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, the CaixaForum, and the most...

    0 by Lottie, one year ago
  • Cereal Hunters

    Cereal Hunters Cereal Hunters is the name of the establishment located on Calle Mejía Lequerica, 14 (28004 Madrid), close to the Alonso Martínez metro station. Here, as its name state, an extensive menu of cereal is offered, which can be ordered with different and...

    0 by Lottie, one year ago
  • Lateral

    In Madrid, there is a really well-known chain called Lateral, and I, for one, am a huge fan. Restaurants The chain has lots of different restaurants across the city - you can find them and enjoy their menus at the following addresses: Calle Arturo Soria 126-128 C. C....

    0 by Lottie, one year ago
  • Restaurante Kokoxaxa

    Spain is a place of many wonders. The culinary aspect of it is very diverse and delicious but not as publicised as Italian and French food within Europe. However, different types of cuisines around the world have made their home in Spain and have grown in popularity....

    0 by Michael, one year ago
  • Facultad de Caminos Cafe

    Eating at your faculty's cafe every day at the Complutense University of Madrid could end up being quite expensive in the long run. What usually happens is that the students who stay on campus to eat because they have classes in the afternoon bring their own food in a...

    0 by fiona jasmine, one year ago
  • Juana la Loca Restaurant à Madrid,Espagne.

    Juana la Loca restaurant is located in the heart of la Latina, where there is the el Rastro on Sunday morning (a popular flea market in Madrid). It is located at Plaza Puerta de Moros, 4. You can eat pinchos and tapas (raciones). I recommend the tortilla, the foie gras...

    0 by Mirabelle, 2 years ago
  • La Descubierta

    If you want to find a bar with a good atmosphere, attentive staff (even despite the number of customers), and dishes which are at once reasonably-priced, wholesome, and appetising, then get yourself down to La Descubierta. To put it simply, it's a tapas bar which also...

    0 by fiona jasmine, 2 years ago
  • Rosi La Loca

    As a Scottish lass on exchange in Madrid, I personally had not experienced Spanish tapas at all, the closest I've come is Mexican tapas. So I was pretty excited to see what all the fuss is about and Rosi La Loca fulfilled my expectations. The restaurant is cute, with...

    0 by Emma, 2 years ago
  • Chocolatería San Ginés

    If you are going to Spain, you will soon see that Spaniards love to eat sweet things. They put a lot of sugar in their coffee, they have many confectionery and pastry shops and you will be able to find a lot of their typical dishes with a sweet note, such as egg yolks...

    0 by Ana, 2 years ago

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