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Mercado San Antón, Madrid
(4.1/5 based on 1,100+ reviews on the web)
Filled with a variety of food and experiences, Mercado San Antón is a favorite among visitors and locals alike. The bottom floors of this three-story building offers over 60 kinds of bread, fruit, and vegetables. There’s also a tasting area, where you can have bites of seafood, cakes, and more. Check out the wine cellar, as well. The top floor holds a restaurant, which features meals prepared with food from the same marketplace. Dine here while enjoying the view from the terrace. With our international travel planner, Madrid attractions like Mercado San Antón can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • It is acceptable to eat at a reasonable price. The problem is that it is quite crowded. What we're going to do, we are many. We must find a niche. Variety of tapas and dishes of all the diversity of the Spanish gastronomy. Of Canarias to Cantabria. Not busuqes comfort, a time of caps trying to be agile to find site. There is that prove it.
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  • As he went in search of a bathroom and enters the market of San Antón. I was surprised to discover the second floor. A beautiful place and cozy. It has different jobs caps for sale, food, drink and even a small market inside.
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  • Is a market nice of see, from ride and of enjoy buying or eating. The prices are not exorbitant and the quality of the products is very good. Enjoy it.
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  • Very nice market near Fuencarral where to go for an aperitive. The restaurant on top has an amazing open air terrace and a nice menu. You can go also to enjoy only a coffee or a cocktail under the sun in a rooftop!
  • One of the best places to go and try different, and sometimes strange, new foods. They have a good burger stand which has all sorts of exotic animal meats, and they have some small tapas bars which serve good wine. The roof top restaurants and bar are also very good. I have taken many clients here and I would have to say that it's not as pricey as you would think. It's reasonably good value.
  • My favourite covered market in Madrid. It offers high quality goods shops at the ground floor, a nice selection of tapa bars on the first floor and a cocktail bar and a restaurant on the terrace. It gets quite crowded on the weekend, but you can find a place almost always. If it is your first time try the tapa de bacalao (cod snacks) with cider.
  • Pleasant market with many food kind (meat, ham, cheese, fruits, etc.) On the first floor you can find tapas for 1€. Several countries are represented and you can eat your tapas in the place. One more thing: a beautiful rooftop (bar/restaurant) and an amazing view on Madrid!
  • Modern and beautiful, so it depends on which type of markets do you like (I am on the camp of traditional markets). Restaurant with really nice views at the top but quite expensive for the offering.