Bosco de Lobos - An inviting Madrid terrace

Hidden in a garden encased by glass, Bosco de Lobos is the best way to experience the hustle and bustle of Madrid’s vibrant food scene serenely.

Ana La Santa - the place to be on Plaza Santa Ana

Ana La Santa features highest quality products and familiar recipes prepared with a distinctive and very innovative flair. 

Mercado San Antón is a wonderfully lively market which features an excellent range of fresh produce and tapas. Open til late, it delivers and authentic view into Madrid's great foodie scene.
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Los Artesanos 1902

The Churrería Chocolate Artisans 1902 is the place to be for typical Madrid churros with chocolate. Til today, this family run business has preserved the traditional methods of churro-making. Perfect for breakfast or an afternoon snack, this charming cafe will have you enjoy your favourite Madrid artisan pastry.
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Mercado San Miguel 

The Mercado de San Miguel is a historic and monumental market. Located in the heart of Madrid's old quarter, the market boasts excellent dining, shopping, culture and entertainment options. 
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100 Montaditos

There are quite a few Spanish chain restaurants. Most are over-priced touristy stuff but if you're on a shoe string budget, you cannot go wrong with 100 Montaditos. A Montadito is a unique tapa-sized roll of bread similar to a baguette but wider and with a twist. Each montadito is filled with a great range of ingredients which you can choose from with a lot of them priced at 1€ and on certain days half the price!)
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