The best restaurants in Madrid
An opening from Michelin-winning chef Dani García, following BiBo Marbella and Lobito de Mar, has interiors by Lázaro Rosa-Violán, who set out to capture the essence of Andalucía – 7,000 light bulbs are used to reflect the Feria de Málaga, a statue of a blue-fin tuna surveys the dining room, while a hot-air balloon rises above the central bar, evoking the menu’s wandering sense of discovery.
Address: BiBo, Paseo de la Castellana 52, 28046, Salamanca, Madrid
A second consecutive top prize at the Best Chef Awards last year helped seal Dabiz Muñoz’s outsized reputation for eccentric, attention-grabbing dishes. Set a short hop up the Paseo de la Castellana in the NH Eurobuilding hotel, DiverXo showcases Muñoz’s food-as-theatre across tasting menus that aim to surprise. Two further ventures in the city, StreetXo and the newly launched dumpling bar RavioXo, are more casual but equally clever.
Address: Diverxo, NH Eurobuilding, C. del Padre Damián, 23, 28036 Madrid, Spain
7. Desde 1911
To create Desde 1911, the city’s restaurant du jour, an old bomb factory was transformed into a minimalist, timber-panelled modern haven on a small, unprepossessing street in out-of-the-way Cuatro Caminos. The venue is a jewel from the production line of Pescaderías Coruñesas, the most prestigious fishing company in Madrid, which has already created Lhardy, El Pescador, O’Pazo and Filandón. The group’s restaurants pay homage to the fishing and seafood traditions of La Coruña, with unrivalled access to the best supplies.
Address: Desde 1911, C. del Vivero, 3, 28040 Madrid
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