La Sanabresa is one of the oldest restaurants in the city. Known for its old world charm and decor, it has fantastic, authentic Spanish cuisine and tapas and should be just what you're looking for if you're craving authentic Spanish cuisine. Fresh ingredients are used to create wonderfully traditional local fare that doesn't break your budget. The set menus—which feature traditional dishes such as ambas al ajillo (garlic shrimp)—are reasonably priced and the tapas are excellent, too. Whichever culinary route you go, you should leave full-bellied and happy.
A popular tapas bar located in Madrid's old town, El Madroño is known for both its delicious tapas ... Read more