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Mercado la Cebada, Madrid
(4.2/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
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  • We were a Sunday at noon. We were five adults and two children. Some open positions, where you buy the food and drink, and had a few makeshift tables to eat standing in the aisles of the market next to the empty posts. Cheesy but did their role. This market is not as posh as the San Miguel. We ate Octopus, prawns, cheese, bread, pie and drank white wine and beer. There were also places of artisan beer and mojitos. The truth is that, as all of these markets that are becoming fashionable, at the end it turned out expensive. By a large octopus and half a kilo of shrimp tray we pay €60. However, to go with children by the Center is not a bad choice, since they are more at ease and at the same time are more guarded. They also have bathrooms. Probably repeat to give it another try and see if you can eat something cheaper. We don't chop in the prawns and look for more affordable options such as inlay.
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  • If you idea is to have a good time with your friends, in which to eat tapas varied prawns, mussels, razor clams, Octopus etc. is your site. Enough economic that if all foot except at the bar that you can eat meat the divine sirloin and Tenderloin acceptable. That Yes from one weekend...
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  • Located in the Latin quarter, it's a market that sells its products to eat in the same place. By what I could ascertain only Saturdays, make this the rest of the week is a normal market. They serve both meat and fish, the beers are free of charge. The price is cheap for the size of rations and product used. They have own parking. A site that is worth visiting.
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  • It's a dump, but it's so authentic. Go and enjoy it while it lasts. They'll gentrify it soon or knock it down
  • Very good market, especially the outside are is recommended in the weekend with some nice music and cheap beers
  • He ido algunos sabados al mediodia, venden marisco cocido y esta muy bueno, pulpo a la gallega, navajas, mejillones, langostinos, etc... Todo a buen precio y puedes acompañarlo con vino o cervezas. Lo recomiendo.
  • Good market. But opening schedule is wired. I got fresh salmon.
  • Go on the weekend and this place is buzzing, lots of small stores with multiple levels. Fresh fruits and meats, tapas and food and even some craft and clothing stores here. Not as pretty as the other mercado's in Madrid but had way better variety