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Top 5 places to eat churros in Madrid

By | 22 February, 2019 | 0 comments

The perfect breakfast or afternoon snack in winter. Hot chocolate and churros are a classic Madrid treat, just like the famous callos and calamari sandwiches. So, we here is a list of the top five churros joints in town. Ready to read one of the sweetest posts in this blog?


San Ginés Chocolatiers

The most renowned churros café on the list. Located just a few minutes away from the Puerta del Sol square. The establishment was built in 1890 as a tavern and hostelry but was soon turned into the business it is today. San Ginés opens 24/7, 365 days a year, so you have absolutely no excuse to stop you coming for a helping of churros dipped in hot chocolate.

La Antigua Churrería

Known as ‘The Old Churros Parlour’, this traditional family business has been running since 1913 to serve the best churros and hot chocolate in the city. You will find the typical ribbon-shaped churros along with some more novel chocolate-filled or chocolate-coated versions. Plus, if you don’t fancy leaving the hotel, you can have them delivered here free of charge if you spend €20 on your order.

Chocolatería churrería Valor

There are four Valor establishments in Madrid, all of which are famous for their delicious chocolates, but they have also become known for their spongy churros. A great plan for a tasty afternoon tea in the heart of the Spanish capital.

Churrerías Siglo XIX

When the founders set up this ‘19th Century’ business, they probably did not expect it to survive the change of millennium to the present day. They are renowned for serving Madrid’s biggest porras (similar to churros but bigger and slightly spongier), as well as extra-long churros. There are various establishments inside and outside Madrid, such as in San Sebastián de los Reyes and Barajas.

La Andaluza

Located in the district of Tetuán, this is the most traditional option on the list. It is a small venue where churros are served early in the morning for breakfast. Don’t be late because it shuts at noon! They are famous for their home-made churros and porras which are served freshly made with either coffee or an indulgent hot chocolate.

No doubt your mouth will be watering for hot chocolate and churros after this appetising read. Well, now you know 5 great places where you can feed your craving.

Categories: Gastronomía Madrid

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