Sometimes all you want when you visit a city like Madrid is a burger. Well you don’t need to rely on the likes of McDonalds to satiate your cravings. As you will discover below there are some great places in Madrid that serve a great burger.
In fact, we have seen a host of gourmet burger bars opening up in the city. Below are what ShMadrid considers to be the best bars that serve the best burgers in Madrid.
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Where to have some of the best burgers in Madrid
Mad Café is on Cava Alta (in La Latina) and is open from 1.30pm until 4pm then from 8.30pm to 11.30pm each day.
All burgers are freshly made. You can include with this side orders of buffalo wings, crispy onion rings or “Mad Nachos”.
This one is open again from 1.30pm until 4.00pm then reopens at 8pm before closing at Midnight. The burgers at San Wich take their inspiration from where the owner comes from.
The use of chilean ingredients is at the heart of these amazing flavoursome burgers. To help wash all this wonderful down try a traditional Chilean cocktail called a Pisco Sour. San Wich is located in the neighbourhood of Malasaña.
Home Burger Bar
At Home Burger Bar they only use good quality organic meat to create their burgers. They come in a variety of different gourment styles and are large compared to others. They do offer a range of vegetarian burgers, but you will need to ask for one.
Also in Malasaña, they open at 2pm and close at 5pm before reopening at 8.30pm and closing again at midnight.
Alfredos Barbacoa has been going for more than 30 years now and is run by an American expat. If you are looking for authentic juicy burgers the way the Yanks love them, then this is the place to go.
Again this burger bar opens at 1.30pm then closes at 4pm before reopening at 8.30pm and closing at 1 then next morning. Alfredos Barbacoa has two locations in Madrid, in the neighbourhoods of Nueva España and Salamanca.
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Want to feel like you are an extra in Grease, then you should be heading to Tommy Mel’s. Unlike McDonalds this isn’t fast food, but it does provide you with all the fun that an 1950’s American diner has to offer.
This one doesn’t open until 1pm but then remains open until 1am. Tommy Mel’s has five locations in Madrid and several other restaurants close to the city.
This is a Chicago burger bar located in the heart of Madrid (Malasaña). When it comes to where to eat in Madrid, Roll is a place worth visiting. Again, this one was founded by an American.
Ryan Day who is a native of Chicago. As well as offering authentic American hamburgers they have created some with an twist. This one opens at 10 am and remains open until 1am.
As you can see from above you are never far from a more authentic burger Madrid experience. You are sure to find one that not only suits your tastes but also your budget.
What is your favourite place to have a juicy hamburger?