Must Visit Gourmet Food Markets for Food Lovers in Madrid

When in Madrid, you must visit the city’s best food markets and food halls as they are some of the most impressive and the tastiest in the world. Here is a list of 5 of the best food markets and food halls in Madrid:

1. Mercado de San Miguel

Mercado de San Miguel located right next to Plaza Mayor is Madrid’s culinary hotspot. While hailed as a tourist attraction, locals love coming to the market as a part of their usual tapas crawl. The market offers 33 stalls for food and drinks which are priced a bit higher than the other food markets, but the atmosphere more than makes up for the price.

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With history as a food market and a complete renovation, Mercado de San Miguel reopened in 2009 with a wrought iron homage to history and the modern glass structure for a look to the future of gourmet food markets in Madrid

Mercado de San Miguel
Plaza de San Miguel
Sunday to Thursday, 10am to 12am
Friday and Saturday, 10am to 1am


2. Mercado Anton Martin

Mercado Anton Martin in the Huertas neighborhood opened in 1941 and remains one of Madrid’s most traditional food markets. There are 63 stalls offer a wide range of goods and mostly fresh food products at affordable prices.

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Friendly vendors of Mercado Anton Martin. This neighborhood market caters to locals and visitors with their Spanish warmth. Many of them will offer samples of their products to help you select which flavors you prefer to purchase

Mercado Anton Martin
Santa Isabel 5
Monday to Friday, 9am to 9pm
Saturday, 9am to 3pm


3. Mercado de la Paz

Opened in 1882, Mercado de la Paz serves the restaurants and locals of the Salamanca neighborhood. Today, there are over 60 establishments and small businesses both inside and outside, as well as the famous Casa Dani for tortilla española.

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When you visit Mercado de la Paz, you must stop by Casa Dani for their famous slice of tortilla. This could be the best in Madrid because of the taste and delicious moist texture inside. Lunchtime is especially crowded, but you can always find more space in the late afternoon

Mercado de la Paz
Calle Ayala 28
Monday to Friday, 9am to 8pm
Saturday, 9am to 2:30pm


4. Mercado San Anton

In the hip, cool Chueca neighborhood known for its shops and restaurants, Mercado San Anton offers the barrio an equally cool food market and food hall. The ground floor and first-floor have a supermarket and fresh food gourmet market, while the upper floors offer tapas and a restaurant.

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Mercado San Anton’s multi-level food market and food hall. You will find so many locals come to the tapas floor for drinks and a few tapas from the variety of stalls offering classic Spanish dishes as well as an international selection

Mercado San Anton
Calle Augusto Figueroa 24
Ground floor supermarket: 10am to 10pm
First floor market: 10am to 10pm
Second floor tapas: 10am to 12am
Third floor restaurant: Sunday to Thursday, 10am to 12am; Friday and Saturday, 10am to 1:30am


5. Platea Madrid

Located in Salamanca, Madrid’s posh and affluent neighborhood, Platea Madrid elevates food halls in a stunning way. Modern, retro, and jazzy vibes fill the ambiance paired with the selection of tapas, drinks, and international cuisines. You can come here to enjoy the upper floor bars, Michelin-rated restaurant, or have a few casual drinks and tapas on the ground floor.

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Posh vibes inside Platea Madrid located in the Salamanca neighborhood. The ground floor features drinks and tapas where you can start with a glass of vermut and gildas then move on to wine and a variety of tapas

Platea Madrid
Calle de Goya 5-7
Sunday to Wednesday, 12pm to 12:30am
Thursday to Saturday, 12pm to 2:30am


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