Erasmus flatshare – Tapas in Madrid

One of the premises for the erasmus living in a Flatshare is to enjoy the Spanish cuisine offered by Madrid. The Spanish capital has bars and restaurants that you can go to for tapas, lunch or dinner. Given that not everyone can go to the most expensive places in the city, I will mention those places where it is worth going for quality and price.

For those who wander around the city and discover what it has to offer, we at Erasmus Flat have provided he information necessary via our website that will help you get the most of the city.

Firstly, we want to share this map with places of tapas in Madrid. It is very useful for Erasmus students and for those who have just arrived in the city.

Now I will share some of the best places to eat and drink in Madrid:

La Blanca Paloma Restaurant: Located on Calle del Espíritu Santo, 21 where you get a free tapa by ordering a drink or beer. The atmosphere is super casual has bar service and allows payment by credit and debit card.

Casa Pepe: Located on Calle de Celanova, 19, Casa Pepe is a well known restaurant in Madrid. In its terrace you can enjoy a good beer with chicken wings and other typical dishes of Spanish cuisine.

Tapería la pequeña Graná: It is located in Calle de Embajadores, 124. This bar recreates the Granada style with wooden bars. You can taste one of their sandwiches, raciones or tapas, typical from the city of Granada. The city of the Alhambra is known among the Spanish for being one of the best places for tapas. This bar recreates that atmosphere but in Madrid.

Bar El Tigre: At Calle de las Infantas, 30, this bustling tavern offers Spanish dishes and rations that all Erasmus must try. This place is known mainly for the size of the tapas that accompany the drink.

Mercado de San Antón: Located in Calle de Augusto Figueroa, 24B this Market is another of the emblematic places of the city to visit and go to tapas. Its terrace of almost 400 square meters of terrace-lounge has spectacular views of Madrid’s skyline and the streets of the Chueca neighborhood. The dishes offered are typical of the traditional Spanish cuisine.

 San Miguel Market: It is one of the obligatory visits during your stay in Madrid. It is located next to the Plaza Mayor and has become one of the top places to go out to eat. In this market you will find meat, fish, sausages, covering many the different specialties of Spanish food.

Quevedo Restaurant: On Calle Quevedo, 7, you will find this place, one of the best tapas in Madrid. They give you great tapas with the drink. With three drinks you’ve practically eaten