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Eating Out in Madrid on a Sunday

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Written by Daniella

Eating out in Madrid is easy and affordable, and the city offers many options, so there is lots of choices if you want to lunch or dine at a good restaurant for not too much money. But what if you are looking for something a little more special in Madrid for your Sundays?

As many places are closed on Sundays, ShMadrid will share some of the most outstanding restaurants with you in this blog article. These are the places where you can enjoy a good meal on that last day of the week, and after this, you will be ready for the new week.

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Discover where to eat out on a Sunday in Madrid

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The restaurants below are highly appreciated by people who prefer not to cook on Sundays. These friends, families or couples opt for convenience and prefer going to some of Madrid’s best restaurants.

So take your pen and paper, write them down and remember them the next time you are looking for a special restaurant!

  • Verdura y Brasa is a restaurant on Calle Espronceda in the district of Chamberí. It is part of Grupo Oter, a very popular business with several restaurants in the city.

The culinary offer at Verdura y Brasa is mainly based on seasonal vegetables, and these vegetables only come from their own garden or from trusted suppliers. Besides vegetables, they also serve dishes with rice, meat, and fish.

As they like to enhance the flavour of the food, most of the time the grill is used as a means of preparation. When you eat at Verdura y Brasa, you can opt for their restaurant lounge or the bar with high tables and chairs. You can also book a private dining room.

Decorations are charming, with a patio with brick walls and a peculiar entrance with a stand that resembles fruit and vegetables. The interior is in tones of blue and light-colored wood.

  • El Caciquito is a member of Grupo Del Cacique. This place is unique. It has two floors inside, and on the ground floor, you can find its lounge. This is the perfect place to meet with family or friends.

It also has a reserved area and a glass terrace, which can be used at any time during the year. The place is very bright with Mediterranean cuisine, but they also serve the best-grilled meats, the Argentine way.

Its menu is extensive, with special options for events, various snacks, and even a gourmet breakfast. You can find El Caciquito in the district of Chamartín, at Calle de Padre Damián.

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    El Aliño is a classic restaurant, also located in the district of Chamberí. It is famous for its remarkable market cuisine, and it only uses top-quality ingredients in its kitchen. You can eat à la carte, but you can also opt for its daily menu.

Some of its delicious specialties are hake, Norwegian salmon, red meat and oxtail. An interesting fact is that El Aliño is divided into four different spaces: the main dining room and three other, private dining rooms, suitable for different capacities.

El Aliño is a restaurant that has a pleasant and bright atmosphere, and that is thanks to its plants and the use of the colour white.

  • La Mamona is part of Grupo Lalala. This restaurant has a surface 300 m2, and it is full of light. It is divided into different spaces, and it is located at Calle de Ponzano.

The ambiance, with lots of plants, wood, and glass, is very bright and uplifting. Its kitchen is Mediterranean oriented, with a very appealing menu. At La Mamona you also have the option to share dishes with several people, like a portion of acorn-fed Iberian ham or Cantabrian anchovies seasoned with grated tomato with crispy crusted bread.

Where do you go when eating out on a Sunday in Madrid?

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Daniella loves to write and translate. Her bucket list is filled with beautiful places she still needs to visit.

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