The 5 latest hotspots Madrid


Génova 28
+34 917 372 017

With the exuberant and elegant look and feel of a colonial patio in La Habana, Habanera is a 900-square metre emporium to the art of gastronomy, where you are bound to have a good time. The menu is a nice mix of Mediterranean and Caribbean. Try the amazing cocktails by master mixologist Carlos Moreno.


Jorge Juan 20
+34 915 154 332

The latest venture of the owners of the excellent Paraguas, Ten con Ten and Quintin exceeds expectations. The interior is absolutely amazing and will transport you to an über-cool restaurant in the middle of the Amazonian forest. Ceviche, tartar or kofta for starters and choose meat for your main course.


Callejón de Puig-cerdà 6
+34 918 317 179

Set at one end of the famous Puigcerdá Street, Babelia has a very pleasant terrace and a two-storey restaurant, with an interior design by Madrid in Love. Easygoing menu with classics that never fail. Stay for drinks after dinner, the ambiance is compelling.


Paseo de la Castellana 52
+34 918 052 556

Everybody knows Chef Dani Garcia. This is the Madrid version of his famous Marbella restaurant at the Puente Romano hotel. This is a more cosmopolitan, affordable version of his supreme cuisine, which is inspired by Andalucia. The interiors are absolutely astonishing!


Regueros 8
+34 917 021 586

The name is an acronym of ‘Days to Smell Taste Amaze Grow & Enjoy’ and a good example of the new and genius generation of Michelin-starred restaurants (2 stars in the 2017 edition). It’s all about innovation in a relaxed setting with an industrial touch and concept cuisine. Latin, Asian and Spanish flavours will rock and roll your senses.

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