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Het is veel meer dan een café, dit is een restaurant dat goed genoeg bevonden is voor een Michelinster voor de creatieve en moderne manier van koken. De specialiteiten van het huis zijn kabeljauw op verschillende manieren klaargemaakt en eendenleverpaté. Er is een menu voor fijnproevers en een goede wijnkelder. Het restaurant is bovenop de ruïnes van een oud klooster gebouwd dicht bij het Teatro Real, en het wordt druk na optredens op zondagmiddag, vooral het terras.
El Club Allard, among its many charms, is fabulously located in the center of Madrid right near the Plaza de España. This beautifully decorated, one Michelin star restaurant sits in an iconic Modernista building (from which it takes its name), and the interior is covered in beautiful antique fixtures. The real star of the restaurant, however, is the menu. El Club Allard features three different prix fixe menus ranging from eight to ten courses, including one vegetarian menu. Dishes from these menus are all based strongly in Spanish cuisine, with influences drawn from various other global cuisines, always using the best quality ingredients.
Chef Ricardo Sanz opened Kabuki Wellington, a second branch of his already popular Madrid restaurant Kabuki, in 2007 in the Hotel Wellington. The restaurant places a heavy emphasis on its use of fresh, quality ingredients, which are all served in a beautiful and minimalist dining room. The restaurant is one of Madrid's precious Michelin starred restaurants. In addition to the exquisitely prepared Japanese dishes, the restaurant features a phenomenal dessert menu by pastry chef Oriol Balaguer, who bakes up delicious and innovative sweets to finish your meal with.
The recipient of two stars from Michelin, Ramon Freixa Madrid is one of front runner's for the title of Madrid's best restaurants. Ramon Freixa Madrid's cuisine is contemporary, infusing regional fare with molecular gastronomy, without uprooting rustic origins. Ramon Freixa's Spanish flagship would certainly be a unique dining experience those who wish to sample classic Spanish delicacies foods in ways they've never imagined possible. Its specialties include the Seared Oyster Pear, Pan Souffle stuffed with Tomato, and the Roast Cannelloni with Duck Confit.
Santceloni is located in a cellar which gives you complete privacy and comfort. Proper care has been taken to provide illumination and the spacing between the tables. The place is big enough for 50 people to sit without overcrowding. If you want total privacy, then choose the private dining room. Another reason why people choose Santceloni over others is the food. The ingredients used are always fresh, purchased from various local markets in Spain and shipped to the restaurant. Special care is taken to see that the items don't lose their natural taste. Food here literally represents the local Spanish culture. You can also taste the finest wines from Spain and other countries like France, Germany, Italy and as far away as Australia, Chile and New Zealand.
When it opened in 1973, this restaurant was considered the best of its kind in Spain. It brought together the best kitchen team, equipment and wine cellar available. Despite the fact that its founder, Jesús Oyarbide, has left, the new team has managed to maintain the high standards he set. It has two Michelin stars. The house specialty is Bogavante (lobster) Salad. Other outstanding options include Salmonetes a las Finas Herbas (red mullet with herbs) and Manitas de Cerdo Rellenas de Cordero (pig's feet stuffed with lamb). There's a sommelier on hand to recommend the most appropriate wine for your meal.
In the Tetuán neighborhood of Madrid lies Diverxo restaurant, brainchild of chef David Muñoz. The restaurant takes techniques, ingredients and flavors from various different types of global cuisines such as Spanish, Japanese, Chinese and Mediterranean and marries them in a flawlessly creative way. The restaurant offers three different tasting menus, consisting of seven, nine or eleven courses, which change regularly to incorporate the freshest, most seasonal ingredients. Expect several gastronomic surprises to grace the table throughout the course of your meal!
The great thing about dining in the neighborhoods just outside of Madrid is the affordable selection of quality restaurants. El Trasgu, for example, is a beautifully designed restaurant with an intimate atmosphere and eye-catching tanks of colorful jellyfish. Specializing in seafood, their extensive menu boasts creative and sublime seafood choices, including a few dishes for the landlubbers. El Trasgu's service is spot-on, from the smartly dressed waiters to the complimentary amuse-bouches. There's no rushed downtown atmosphere. Here, you'll be able to leisurely enjoy the best in Spanish seafood. -Veronica Lo