Posts with category Madrid Restaurantes

(Español) Los mejores cruasanes de Madrid

By | 25 November, 2021 | 0 comments

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(Español) El madrileño Dabiz Muñoz, el mejor cocinero del mundo

By | 26 October, 2021 | 0 comments

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(Español) Muere el hijo del fundador de El Brillante

By | 16 September, 2021 | 0 comments

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Three places to enjoy gazpacho

By | 18 August, 2021 | 0 comments

On July 21, World Gazpacho Day was celebrated, a date that should have been well marked in the calendar of many people, especially lovers of gastronomy and especially of this juice.

This recipe, that has its origin in Andalusia, is probably one of the freshest and most sought after dishes during the summer, Read full article

Brunch is in: three places you must visit

By | 29 March, 2021 | 0 comments

Now that, for one reason or another, we are more willing to go out during the day, brunch has become a very popular activity for couples and groups of friends looking to have a good time.

Many places that only opened in the afternoon are now starting to offer this increasingly popular option, though it has steadily been gaining popularity for some years. Read full article

The zapatilla sandwich is now back in Lavapiés

By | 15 March, 2021 | 0 comments

There are places that belong to a city’s heritage, beyond its squares, iconic buildings and statues. These places tend to be businesses that have been around forever, bazaars that survive the onrush of modernity and traditional bars.

The sadness in the air was palpable when Café Comercial was shut down some years ago. Madrid’s outpouring of affection was such that someone decided that it was worth reopening the establishment with a slightly more modern touch that would allow visitors to see what that corner of the Glorieta de Bilbao had been for so many years. Read full article

Rodrigo de la Calle’s El Invernadero wins the Green Michelin Star

By | 15 January, 2021 | 0 comments

Not everything that happened in 2020 could have been bad. In fact, many people and society at large have found ways to put a positive spin on this year: the importance of family, health or recovering control over one’s own life, many of which are adrift because of work, stress and made-up emergencies.

And although many annually held events have not taken place in 2020, Read full article

The most highly recommended places for a great cocido madrileño

By | 27 December, 2019 | 0 comments

If one dish in Madrid has achieved enormous success, it’s the cocido madrileño. Together with callos, they are probably the two most typical dishes in the city. We’ll talk about callos another time because, even though it’s not necessarily a summer dish, it’s not so strongly tied to winter as cocido.

Yes, cocido is often eaten when the cold weather arrives, Read full article

From Madrid to heaven…

By | 3 June, 2019 | 0 comments

And a little hole to see it. This is the saying that serves to define Madrid, although there is little consensus about its origin. The reality is that the sky of Madrid shines with an immense blue that not all the cities of the world can boast. But not only during the day, it also shines at night, Read full article

The best Peruvian restaurants in Madrid

By | 13 May, 2019 | 0 comments

Peruvian cuisine entered our lives quite some time ago in the form of ceviche and pisco but, over the last three years, there has been an explosion that nobody was expecting. And now  more and more restaurants are offering this delicious cuisine full of fresh flavours and different tastes.

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Here we will summarise a couple of Peruvian restaurants that can’t be missed if you’re a fan of Latin American food and want to discover the culinary wealth of Peruvian recipes. Read full article

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