It is a pleasure for the palate to taste the proposals of Michelin-starred restaurants, of which the Community of Madrid has 29 awarded to 22 restaurants throughout the Community. Take advantage of your visit to have lunch or dinner in one of them, a day is a day!
THREE STARS ***
DIVERXO. Calle Padre Damián, 23. Madrid
Chef Dabiz Muñoz defines his cuisine as fun, surprising and full of flavor. A creative avant-garde cuisine where everything is possible. "The Best Chefs Awards 2021" has chosen him as the best chef in the world.
TWO STARS **
RAMÓN FREIXA MADRID. Calle Claudio Coello, 67. Madrid
Traditional dishes are combined with the most sophisticated and modern creations. All this playing with a Mediterranean base. A menu and three menus to get in touch with its philosophy and with nature through plants and unpublished aromas.
SANTCELONI. Paseo de la Castellana, 57.
It offers a reinterpretation of the culinary cultures of Spain. The head chef, Óscar Velasco, combines the experience with the roasts that a chef from Segovia has in his blood, with the learning of haute cuisine with the great masters. Chef of the Future Award (International Academy of Gastronomy, 2006) and National Gastronomy Award (2007).
PACO RONCERO RESTAURANTE. Calle Alcalá, 15. Madrid
It has Ferran Adrià as advisor and gastronomic director and Paco Roncero as chef. This restaurant serves originality as a starter cocktail, as tapas, creativity and innovative gastronomic impressions, the tasting of new textures, as a main course, and for dessert, the combination of flavors and smells.
COQUE. Calle Marqués de Riscal, 11. Madrid.
The chef Mario Sandoval leads a feast of flavors with an avant-garde cuisine that does not stop looking at the traditional recipe book in the family restaurant Coque.
DSTAgE. Calle Regueros,8
Diego Guerrero entered the list with DSTAgE, after the two stars obtained at El Club Allard. haute cuisine told in a new format for the benefit of the customer.
ONE STAR *
A'BARRA. Del Pinar 15, Madrid
Successful project of José Gómez from Joselito and Cayo Álvarez from La Catedral de Navarra. A'Barra offers product and technical cuisine with excellent raw materials.
CEBO. Carrera de San Jerónimo 34, Madrid
Aurelio Morales has achieved the star thanks to a contemporary cuisine that above all emphasizes the product.
CHIRÓN. 27, Alarcón St., Valdemoro.
It presents a classic-current aesthetic and offers a creative cuisine, with strong traditional roots and reminiscences of La Mancha.
CLOS MADRID. 28 Raimundo Fernández Villaverde St. Madrid.
Thanks to the use of the best raw materials, it offers an authentic creative experience with Mediterranean cuisine.
CORRAL DE LA MORERÍA. Calle Morería, 17. Madrid
The chef David García, gets for the first time a Michelin star in a flamenco tablao. Exclusive place with only four tables, a short and a long tasting menu, in which fish is the main protagonist.
EL CLUB ALLARD. Calle Ferraz, 2. Madrid
The simple but original recipes of the signature cuisine of chef Diego Guerrero from Alava have earned this restaurant a Michelin star.
EL INVERNADERO. 85 Ponzano St., Madrid.
Chef Rodrigo de la Calle surprises at El Invernadero with his elegant and creative cuisine prepared with top quality products.
GAYTÁN. Príncipe de Vergara 205 (side), Madrid.
Chef Javier Aranda has achieved a new star in his second restaurant, Gaytán, where he offers us the possibility of living a different gastronomic experience, prepared live.
KABUKI WELLINGTON, Calle Velázquez, 8, Madrid.
Sushiman Ricardo Sanz and Oriol Balaguer's desserts merge at Kabuki Wellington to develop Kabuki cuisine: a meeting point between Japanese and Mediterranean culture.
KABUKI. Calle María de Guzmán, 14. Madrid.
The enormous variety of sushi offered, as well as other specialties of Japanese cuisine, and the quality of Ricardo Sanz's creations have made this establishment one of the most acclaimed sushi bars in Madrid.
LA TASQUERÍA. Duque de Sesto St., 48. Madrid
Haute cuisine casquería is in fashion, as shown by La Tasquería, which has been awarded a star by Javi Estévez, who recovers the gastronomic tradition with avant-garde touches.
LÚA. Eduardo Dato 5, Madrid
A cuisine in constant evolution that has been awarded a tasting menu that has its origins in the Galician roots of the chef.
MONTIA. Calle Calvario, 4, San Lorenzo del Escorial.
In San Lorenzo de El Escorial, from Daniel Ochoa you can find two tasting menus with local products that will delight the most exquisite palates.
GOFIO by Cicero Canary. Calle Lope de Vega, 9, 28014 Madrid.
A small restaurant that offers diners the best of creative and signature Canarian cuisine thanks to chef Safe Cruz and his team.
YUGO THE BUNKER. Calle de San Blas, 4, 28014 Madrid
Japanese haute cuisine, offering three tasting menus in its establishment - with the personal stamp of chef Julián Mármol.
SADDLE. Calle Amador de los Ríos, 6, 28014 Madrid
Traditional and contemporary gastronomy in which seasonal products prevail, with classic and modern techniques, in different spaces, and in the kitchen, chef Adolfo Santos.
More information: Michelin Guide
Interior Restaurante Paco Roncero © Photo KlunderBie
Diverxo © Diverxo
Terraza © Paco Roncero Restaurante
El Club Allard © El Club Allard