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Creative Eating in Chamberí with La Gabinoteca

Creative eating in Chamberí with La Gabinoteca! If you find yourself in this neighborhood, and you’re hungry and want to try something new, we recommend La Gabinoteca for so many reasons! Number one being that it’s delicious!

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Dim Sum Market: One Bun Is Never Enough

Lions, tigers, dumplings, oh my! If you find yourself walking around the Sol or Huertas neighborhood and you’re craving something light, yet filling, we’ve got a suggestion for you: Dim Sum Market, the newest addition to Chinese/Cantonese cuisine on the Madrid scene. Dim Sum Market on C/ Príncipe is so very unsuspecting. The décor is very simple and there are only about 4 tables lining the wall and some stools and bar area further back. The kitchen is the centerpiece of the entire establishment, as it very well should be.

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Takos al Pastor: Let Them Eat Tacos!

Tacos, tortas, quesadillas, oh my! If you’re looking to eat cheap and eat well, Takos al Pastor is the place to go. We at Mad 4 Madrid like tacos. No really, we do. We’re always on the search for a new restaurant that has both great food and reasonable prices. Eating out in a restaurant should always be a pleasurable experience, and one that can be shared among friends, family and significant others. On that very note, there are few things more pleasurable than eating out, and coming home with a few euros left over in your wallet.

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The Best Italian Aperitivos in Madrid

Mad4Madrid has proposed a new plan: low cost, sure to fill your stomach, and different to try. We take you on a trip to the Top 5 best places to eat Italian aperitivos in Madrid.

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El Bombón: Latin Street Food and Dance

Mad4Madrid takes to a very Carribean corner of the city. El Bombón. Inspired by 70s Latin America, step inside and turn up the flavour with tropical dishes, exotic coctails, and even hotter sounds. A restaurant that pairs the ‘pow’ of it’s menu with the pulse of live music and salsa, bachata, and merengue classes.

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Chinese Restaurants in Madrid: The 4 You Need to Know

We all think we know Chinese food. It’s cheap, it’s tasty, it’s a guilty pleasure. It’s so much more than that. Mad4Madrid checks out 4 Chinese restaurants with a difference, from sizzling hot pots, to scrumptious street snacks, to award winning fusion. Put down that prawn cracker, we’re just getting started.

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Sublime Tokyo: Japanese Food Beyond the Cliché

We thought we knew Japanese food. That is until we discovered Sublime Tokyo, the restaurant that refuses to conform to the sushi stereotype, and offers guests a chance to rediscover the most authentic culinary traditions under the Rising Sun.

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Mastropiero: Gourmet Pizza Oasis

Pizza has got to be one of the most widely loved and delicious foods on the planet, coming in so many varieties that, dare I say it, it is an art form. That being said, it’s easy to mess up and hard to perfect, although not for this Italian-Argentine pizzeria.

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Piscomar: a Peruvian Restaurant You’ll Fall in Love With

Ceviches, tiraditos, sautees, piscos … All done with love, tradition and innovation. This restaurant captained by Jhosef Arias located in the area of Acacias we are in love. This place is gaining popularity around Madrid, so try it soon!

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