Madrid: Food and wine

Madrid: Food and wine
Instituto de Turismo de España (TURESPAÑA)
Historically, Madrid was considered Spain’s greatest port in view of the quality of the products available in its markets and restaurants. If you’re interested in EATING well, Madrid has everything you could ever imagine: from centuries-old bars to the three Michelin star restaurant DiverXo. There are a thousand and one options, a thousand and one possibilities; the offer is endless.

In addition to making reservations for you at the best restaurants and recommending lesser-known locales, we’ll accompany you to the market, cook with you and take you for tapas.

Perhaps the best way to discover Spanish cuisine from the bottom up is with one of our chefs. We’ll head to the market to seek out the best seasonal products and produce, then learn some tricks in the kitchen and savor our creation.


And if wine is your passion, you’ve come to the right place. Because wine has been a part of our history (Spain has more than 60 Designations of Origin); because it’s pleasure, both aesthetic and sensorial; because there’s always a cause for celebration… for these reasons—and many more—we invite you to exclusive guided tastings led by our sommeliers, and to pairings, a surprising labyrinth of flavors, colors and aromas.

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Madrid Visitors & Convention Bureau, 2013. José Barea.
Or let’s go for tapas. Tapas in Madrid are not only a different way of eating, they’re another way of living: small bites full of history alongside contemporary gastronomy, tradition and innovation, old restaurants beside new ones. A passionate way to discover the city and lose ourselves in its streets.