The Andalusian gastronomy is very present in Madrid. This time we show you the best Andalusian bars in Madrid for tapas. And although there are many places in the capital where to do it, they are not the same nor by far.
1El rincón de Jaén
Carlos and José are the owners of the place and they serve you from the bar making you feel at home. If we add to that your well-drawn canes, accompanied by good tapas, such as fried peppers or ham, you will repeat for sure.
|Address||Calle de Alcalá, 225. Madrid MAP|
|Telephone||913 61 46 60|
Despite being an Andalusian restaurant, it combines traditional Andalusian recipes with others that have an oriental touch. However you can order classics and taste the traditional dishes such as shrimp pancakes, pringá croquettes, etc.
|Address||Calle de Núñez de Balboa, 106. Madrid MAP|
|Telephone||915 63 03 64|
3Abaceria Tapas Lambuzo
Almost all the letter has option to cover with affordable prices, so it is a good option so you can try it all.
|Address||Calle de las Conchas, 9. Madrid MAP|
|Telephone||911 43 48 62|
4El Montero de Cazorla
It is a bar that has been passed down from generation to generation and have been expanding premises. His bonito salad or hake in green sauce are two of his main courses.
|Address||Calle Cipriano Sancho, 5. Madrid MAPA|
|Telephone||914 05 26 15|
5Bodega La Andaluza
Although it is a bit far from the center, it is very worthwhile to approach it. Usually the menu varies depending on the location, but there are fixed ones, such as the dogfish in adobo or the porche antequerana.
|Address||Calle de Antonio López, 237. Madrid MAP|
|Telephone||914 75 89 12|