& Dining In Madrid
Are well know for offering several
fantastic restaurant options from a nice romantic meal for
two, a trendy lively experience or just a delicious meal.
The only problem you will have is deciding what restaurant
to choose from. When people eat out they want to
experience fun and exciting restaurants offering
several food choices along with a wide choice of every
kind of food imaginable...... Several local favorite
restaurants offer a variety of excellent mouthwatering menus
full of culinary perfection in every meal.
Spanish cuisine is featured in a variety of dishes offering
varied influences from many different regional flavors such
as Basque, Castilian, Andalusian, Galician, Riojana and
Valencian. And the seafood in Madrid is exceptional
even though Madrid isn't located next to the sea, the
Spanish fishing industry delivers regularly fresh seafood to
the city for many of their well known dishes including the
popular dish paella featuring fresh seafood
ingredients from shrimp, mussels, squid, mixed together with
chicken, rice and rabbit. Madrid is one of the best
places in Europe to enjoy fresh and delicious seafood.
When you visit Madrid you will discover the local residents
eat late in the evenings from 10:00p.m. and after. The
countless cafes and snack bars keep people going through the
day and evenings are for late, full dinners. When
visiting Madrid if you are planning to sample Spanish food
look into the new and delicious Tapas Tours, this is great
for three guests or less and this is a fantastic way for you
to sample some of the finest Spanish tapas. Including one of
Madrid's most famous restaurants the Botin Restaurant this
is the oldest restaurant in the world. The Botin
Restaurant offers Mediterranean cuisine for a great price.
The Botin Restaurant dates back from 1725, and according to
the Guinness Book of Records is the oldest restaurant in the
world. Today the Botin Restaurant is at the top of
most tourists lists since it appears in so many guides.
The menu features many delicious choices from Soups, Egg
Dishes, Vegetables, Fish Dishes including Baby Eels, Clams
Botin, Garlic Shrimp, Mixed Fish Casserole, Fried, Baked or
Grilled Sole. Also featured on the menu are Roasted &
Grilled Meats including: half Roasted Chicken, Stewed
Partridge, Grilled Fillet of Veal with potatoes, Grilled
Fillet Mignon, Roast Veal and the Grilled Sirloin Steak
served with potatoes. The restaurant also features
daily specials so don't miss out on a delicious meal from
the world's oldest restaurant. Other popular restaurants
around the city include Viridiana, Principe de Viana, Asador
Donostiarra and Las Cuatro Estaciones.