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Cheap and cheerful places to eat in Gran Vía

By | 14 April, 2017 | 0 comments

Who hasn’t spent a Saturday afternoon enjoying a pleasant stroll around Gran Vía or gone shopping in this famous avenue in Madrid only to suddenly realise it’s time for lunch?

There are endless options to eat in this popular avenue in Madrid, whether it’s for a proper sit-down meal in one of Madrid’s most popular restaurants or for something quick to take away. To make things easier for you, we have listed our favourite gastronomic proposals so that, no matter what you feel like trying, you can stop to eat in Gran Vía, recharge your batteries and carry on enjoying it.

Five Guys
Barack Obama’s favourite burger joint arrived in Madrid in November 2016 and, since then, it has not stopped making new regular clients. They offer decent-sized burgers made with fresh and natural ingredients right in front of you, with nothing to hide and a real American flavour. Could you ask for more?

Restaurante Sumo
Japanese cuisine fans also have a place where they can satisfy their demanding taste buds: Restaurante Sumo, located at number 1 of Gran Vía. Maki, nigiri and dim sum as well as special eel dishes are just some of the proposals that hungry clients can find when they go into the restaurant. The best part of it all is that they also prepare excellent cocktails and are open until 2.00 a.m.

Ôven Mozzarella Bar
This brand-new restaurant will definitely make an impression on Italian cuisine fans. They serve pasta, pizza and dishes made with the best mozzarella cheese which will charm everyone who sits down at their table. Come to Gran Vía number 6 and try their delicious grilled provolone cheese, pappardelle with truffles and mushrooms or its shrimp ravioli. You won’t be able to stop yourself from saying “Mamma mia!”.

Museo Chicote
One of the mandatory stops if you want to enjoy tapas and a few drinks on Gran Vía in one of Madrid’s most traditional restaurants. In 1931, Pedro Chicote opened its doors and some of its clients include celebrities such as Rainier III of Monaco, the footballer Alfredo di Stéfano and the former mayor of Madrid Enrique Tierno Galván as well as Hollywood stars like Gregory Peck and Ava Gardner. What are you waiting for to check out this legendary place?

Museo del Jamón
A lifelong classic that never lets you down at Gran Vía number 72. Who can resist an authentic Iberian ham sandwich? I most definitely can’t.


Categories: Bares Madrid, Gastronomía Madrid, Restaurantes Madrid

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