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Mercado de San Fernando, Madrid

Categories: Farmers Markets, Flea Markets, Food & Drink, Shopping
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4.4/5 based on 75 reviews on the web
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  • Went here on a Saturday night at first - was so packed but noisy with locals that we left. It was too loud for us. Came back the next day for lunch at the main bar in the middle (I think it's called S...  read more »
  • Market transformed into a zone of bars and shops. It is very agtadable and bright. Is take good snacks at good price. You can take debarril Vermouth. Highly recommended for the aperitif
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  • The perfect place to spend a morning or an afternoon, grab a few beers and artisan Vermouth and go biting very good and varied covers of traditional jobs and others more alternative. Since scallops, to Japanese food, meats of quality, empanadas chilenas, desserts and coffee. It also has a series of stalls of handicrafts and a library to the weight. You have to go with friends and/or family.
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  • Some serious good food stands here. I had a great bocadillo (sandwich) with jamon, my wife had one with steak in El Rincon de Manolo.
  • the fishmarket is so good! they serve delicious mojama and langostinos!
  • There are some lovely food stores here, and for lovers of real ale you can even buy that here (or drink at the bar - served in pints and halves too). When it gets busy however it can be very hard to get around or get served so try to come later in the day when the crowds have thinned out.
  • Great mix of modern and old establishments. There's a great beer joint.
  • This traditional market has turned into an awesome combination of traditional stalls (fruits, veggies etc) and modern stalls of independent designers, good selection international beers, food from all over the world, own produce of wines.. Something for everybody's liking. They offer live performances regularly (I believe every weekend) which makes is a perfect place for a Sunday lunch. The square in the middle of the market is the ´stage´ and people gather around the performers, varying from flamenco music to a youth choir, while going back and forth to the stalls getting drinks and food.
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