With more than a century of history and different names at its back, Gran Vía is one of the main streets of Madrid. In connects the East and the West of the city. Nevertheless, since its origins, it was thought to be not only a way to communicate two sides of the city but also as an elegant and commercial area for the population.
From cocido to callos and passing through some classic patatas bravas and a delicious Spanish omelette, the heart of Madrid offers many interesting culinary stops to discover the capital with the five senses. In the Gran Vía stret we can find almost all the typical dishes from Madrid’s gastronomy.
Eating at the restaurant La esquina del Real is an ideal option if we look for good quality products in an intimate and warm environment. The menu is varied, and the attention of the exceptional staff.
La Chulapa de Alcalá offers delicious menus at an affordable price. Particularly noteworthy is the Mediterranean menu, which includes the best products of our land, so that we can enjoy a fantastic evening in the heart of Madrid.
The restaurant Ático, located in the main Madrid Hotel offers diners high quality dishes and carefully plated. However, the best thing to eat in this business are the views, both from the terrace and through the large windows.
Located on the street of Flor Baja, the restaurant Miyama offers its customers delicious Japanese cuisine. It has a wide variety of sushi, fresh and juicy, ideal to taste it both alone and in a group.
The Mercado de la Reina is a fantastic option if we want to eat something fast but high quality in Gran Vía. This modern place is ideal for a short break on the way and take a cool beer accompanied by a delicious tapa.
Desengaño13 is a perfect option to eat rations in a quiet environment without getting away from the center of the capital. While the menu is brief, it offers a wide variety of products originally prepared with a fusion cuisine style.
If we choose to eat at Jamón 55, we will enjoy an excellent evening of tapas in true Madrid style. From a delicious homemade tortilla to exquisite tripe, accompanied of course is a beer well thrown.
In La Sirena Verde we can taste a delicious and abundant paella in the heart of Madrid’s Gran Vía. The place is simple but spacious, and the staff is attentive to all your needs. Also, if in the end you choose to eat in it, you can not leave without trying the seafood.
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