In Madrid, you can discover charming gastronomic markets where, in addition to daily shopping, you can enjoy delicious options for lunch, dinner or tapas.
The San Antón Market in Chueca is positioned as a reference point for the acquisition of delicatessen products. Offering first class food, difficult to find in other places in Madrid, the market integrates a tapas area and a terrace that provides the opportunity to enjoy the views of the city throughout the year.
With a commitment to modernity and quality, the Mercado de San Fernando offers a combination of traditional stalls for shopping with innovative businesses, such as the sale of books by weight, handmade jewelry or a Japanese multi-space where you can taste authentic Japanese food.
With the urban spirit of the street markets of London or New York comes the Mercado de San Ildefonso, where you can find products and creations of expert chefs, avant-garde tapas, bars, terraces and good atmosphere.
Located in the most authentic heart of Madrid, next to the Plaza Mayor, the Mercado de San Miguel presents itself as "the temple of fresh products, where the protagonist is not the chef, but the genre". This historic building, with its iron architecture and declared Asset of Cultural Interest, becomes the perfect place to enjoy appetizers, vermouth, tapas and product tastings until late at night.
Located in the prestigious Golden Mile of Madrid, in the heart of the Salamanca neighborhood and with more than a century of history, the Mercado de La Paz stands out for its impeccable stalls and cozy atmosphere. It is a place where customers can discover a wide variety of exquisite products and a gourmet offer of the highest quality, in addition to various activities, art exhibitions and shows to enrich the experience of its visitors.
At the Mercado de Antón Martín, visitors have the opportunity to purchase a wide variety of fresh produce. In addition to the traditional offer, the market has stands where you can sit down and taste national and international cuisine, including Greek, Mexican and Japanese, among others. It also has the only café in Spain where you can taste 150 different types of cereals, and on the third floor, the headquarters of the prestigious Amor de Dios flamenco and Spanish dance school.
Located at 10 Alonso Cano Street, the Chispería de Chamberí has revolutionized the central square of the market, transforming it into a lively meeting and tasting place with culinary offerings ranging from national to international. Among its stalls, delicacies such as fish and seafood from the Atlantic stand out, as well as Peruvian and Mexican specialties.
Yatai Market (Cortezo and Las Rozas) is the first Asian "Street Food" market in Spain. Its food stalls not only offer the best of Asian food, but also offer visitors a unique journey full of experiences, flavors and cultures that will take them straight to Asia. Sushi, ramen, pad thai...there are many gastronomic options that you can find in Yatai Market.
More information: Mercado de San Antón, Mercado de San Fernando, Mercado de San Ildefonso, Mercado de San Miguel, Mercado de la Paz, Mercado de Antón Martín, La Chispería de Chamberí y Yatai Market,
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