Restaurants in Spain
Madrid is the city to visit for restaurants which are dripping with awards and accolades. From experimental plates to classic Spanish cuisine, the city offers cuisine and ambiance to suit every mood.
The best tapas spots in Spain are in the Chueca, Latina, Sol, Santa Ana, Salamanca, and Lavapiés neighborhoods. The trendy Latina area has a concentration of good tapas bars in Plaza de la Paja and on Cava Baja, Cava Alta, and Almendro streets. Chueca is colorful and lively, and the tapas bars there reflect this casual and cheerful spirit in the food and interior design.
Amazonico opened its doors in the summer of 2016, flooding with freshness, aromas and sensations the heart of the neighbourhood of Salamanca, Madrid. The gastronomic proposal is inspired by tropical, Asian and Mediterranean cuisine, with references to Brazilian gastronomy, our chef Sandro Silva’s country of origin.
Botín Restaurant, which was founded in 1725, is the oldest in the world according to the Guinness Book of Records and one of the touchstones of Spain’s traditional cuisine.
Los Galayos has many private dining rooms of various sizes. One is sure to meet your needs for your next dinner party. Or, take advantage of the weather and have your get-together in our terrace. Whether it's a birthday, anniversary, business meeting.