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Madrid topics tagged Eat Drink

"Eat Drink" in Madrid

Where to try Menu del Dia in Madrid?

Which are the best local places for Menu del Dia experience in Madrid?

    What to eat and drink in Madrid?

    What are must-try local Madrid food and drink for our first visit to Madrid? Not foodies but we like local food.

      Must try drinks in Madrid

      What are the traditional Spanish drinks that I need to try in Madrid?

      Tapas class in Madrid

      Is it possible to learn tapas cooking on our visit to Madrid? Where should we go?

      Reviews of local markets in Madrid

      Besides Mercado San Miguel, what are local markets where residents go in Madrid?

      When are Madrid mealtimes?

      When do Madrid folks have their lunch and dinner?

        When on a day trip to Toledo, where to eat?

        Any not to miss dish or restaurant at Toledo that we should try when we go to Toledo as a day trip from Madrid?

        Madrid food and drink

        Madrid began to establish its own culinary style after King Philip II made the city the capital of his kingdom in the late 16th century. The city’s new-found status attracted as the heart of the Spanish Empire attracted people from far and wide, and they brought with them new ingredients and different ways of preparing them.
        Madrid is credited as one of the first cities in Europe to have established restaurants, and today, the capital boasts more bars per person than any other city on the continent. The vast majority of these bars serve tapas – dishes which are served with drinks – and it’s in these bars where you’ll find Madrid’s speciality food.
        Spanish cuisine is renowned for its regional variation. Despite being a relatively small country in terms of land area, most towns have at least one local speciality. In the north, meat such as chicken and pork features heavily, whereas in the south, seafood is used in a lot of dishes. Like other countries on the Mediterranean, olive oil is frequently used giving the food a distinctive flavour.

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