Madrid is not short of restaurants nor will it be anytime soon. So, faced with thousands of choices, where should you go and what should you eat? Read what our food guides have to say.
Escargot is a famous French appetizer but they’re not the only ones sucking on shells. Caracoles a la madrileña is a traditional dish served in Madrid.
You say you don’t like olives but what you really mean is that you haven’t found the right one. Spain’s got over 60 varieties so there’s bound to be one olive out there for you.
Toma Café, a small, simple shop in Malasaña, serves up fresh coffee that you can take with you on your morning walk.
Bread is a staple in the Spanish diet, but why is it so hard to find a decent loaf of bread in Madrid?
Eating horse meat is considered disturbing or even taboo by many people. But why, when it can actually be a much healthier source of protein.
Spain’s top chefs have been dominating the culinary scene. Here’s 9 master chefs you should know about.
Offer anyone a plate of pig’s ear and you’ll usually get a grimace as a response. But pig’s ear cooked to a golden crisp is a simple, delicious dish.
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