Food You Need To Try While In Madrid

Food You Need To Try While In Madrid

The cuisine of Madrid is a combination of various cuisines around the regions of Spain, due to the mass migration to the capital city during the 16th century, when King Felipe II established and grew the city, number of different traditions were all mixed together. Madrid’s earliest restaurant is the Lhardy, which opened in 1839 and over the years number of restaurants and bakeries opened up.

Dinner in Madrid is usually served between two and four in the afternoon, with light supper after ten, however, you can visit Madrid and enjoy a gorgeous and delicious meal any time of the day, but don’t forget to try desserts, especially pasty desserts.

Bocadillo De Calamares

It consists of a fresh bread roll filled with squid rings that have been coated in flour and deep-fried in olive oil

Bocadillo De Calamares

Food in Madrid you need to try Bocadillo De Calamares

Cocido Madrileño

Cocido madrileño is a traditional chickpea-based stew from Madrid, Spain. A substantial dish prepared with meat and vegetables.

Callos a La Madrilea

Food in Madrid you need to try

Churros con Chocolate

Crispy cinnamon covered sticks served with hot chocolate.

Churros con Chocolate

Food in Madrid you need to try Churros con Chocolate

Huevos Rotos

Huevos estrellados or Huevos rotos is a term used to describe eggs fried in a large amount of olive oil or any other oil

Huevos Rotos

Food in Madrid you need to try Huevos Rotos

Pincho de Tortilla

It is an omelette made with eggs and potatoes, sometimes also with onion and/or chives or garlic; fried in oil and often served cold as an appetizer.

Pincho de Tortilla

A food you need to try while in Madrid Pincho de Tortilla

Patatas bravas

The potatoes are boiled in salted water for several minutes to tenderize them. They are then rubbed dry and deep fried.

Patatas bravas

Food in Madrid you need to try Patatas bravas

Manchego cheese

Manchego is a cheese made in the La Mancha region of Spain from the milk of sheep of the manchega breed.

Manchego Cheese

Food you need to try while in Madrid Manchego Cheese

Cocido

Cocido madrileño is a traditional chickpea-based stew from Madrid, Spain.

Cocido

Food you need to try while in Madrid Cocido

Bartolillos

Bartolillos are typical of the cuisine from Madrid, The bartolillos are typical sweets of the Madrid pastry,  It treats of a species of empanadillas of triangular and fried form, that elaborates with a very fine mass, and filled with pastry cream.

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bartolillos

Food you need to try while in Madrid bartolillos

 

 

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