Going out for dinner in Madrid on New Year’s Eve is not impossible

By | 22 December, 2016 | 0 comments

Still have no defined plan for New Year’s Eve? Can’t see yourself squashed in a crowd in Puerta del Sol eating your grapes? Here are a few places where you can have dinner in Madrid on the last night of the year, so you can enjoy the arrival of the new year in the best possible way. Platea, the chic gastronomic centre, is an excellent option if you don’t mind spending between 130 and 150 euros (plus VAT). The staging is ambitious and you are guaranteed to enjoy a New Year’s Eve full of glamour and in style, so don’t hesitate any longer and book as soon as possible if you want to guarantee your spot. The wedding-style banquet begins at 7.30 p.m. with gourmet delights such as oysters, foie and red tuna that will get get you going before a gastronomic menu that culminates with stuffed capon. After the clock strikes 12, there is a party with African rhythms and dances from around the world.

If you fancy a bit of luxury, Tatel Madrid is the best option. Located in the middle of Paseo de la Castellana (36-38), this restaurant is a reference of contemporary Spanish cuisine, also offering a modern, attractive, cosy and warm yet not overwhelming decoration. For New Year’s Eve, they offer a menu with seafood entrées and main courses such as Bilbao-style sea bream or poulard supreme with truffle. All of it accompanied by the best wines, such as Muga Blanco or Viña Pedrosa Crianza. Price: 210 euros. For more information and bookings, you can contact the restaurant here.

If you like intense flavours and the best meat, Rubaiyat is the best place for you. They offer delights such as langoustine ravioli, caramelised hake and boneless suckling pig confit among other gourmet dishes on its menu, which also includes the delicious and exclusive Kobe beef in its tropical version and the emblematic house soufflé potatoes. The dinner includes cotillion and costs 120 euros (VAT incl.). Enjoy it and happy 2017!


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Categories: Madrid Restaurantes

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