The coolest places to have Brunch in Madrid
After a late night there is nothing better than waking up late, throwing on your most comfortable clothes and heading out for brunch. Lucky for us, brunch in Madrid has become a very popular way to kick start those lazy weekend days. So if you are looking for somewhere to eat on Saturday and Sunday between 12pm and 5pm for under 25€ follow us as we take you on a tour of Madrid’s best brunches.
Carmencita– If you are looking for a typical Spanish Brunch then you can forget about coming to Carmencita. If you love eggs bendict, huevos rancheros, hamburgers and the like then this is the place for you. Great service, excellent food, American style atmosphere and some nice tunes has made Carmencita a very popular among expats and locals looking for the perfect brunch in Madrid. Where: C/ San Vicente Ferrer, 51.
The Toast-Another emerging player on the Madrid brunch scene, The Toast, is a great place to come if you are longing for a bit of home style cooking. You can choose from one of the delicious pancakes topped with either apple jam, walnuts and banana or salmon and cream cheese. If you are looking for something more substantial try the NYC bagel or a breakfast burrito. The friendly and attentive staff speak english. Where:C/ Fernando el Católico, 50
Café Oliver-A pioneer when it comes to brunch in Madrid. Every Sunday for over 50 years, locals have been making their way to this intellectual hangout for brunch. Leaning towards the more traditional style late breakfast rather than trendy brunch you can choose from bacon and eggs, scrambled eggs, Caesar salad and pancakes. Where:C/ Almirante, 12.
Bristol Bar- A little bit of England in the heart of Madrid. The Bristol Bar serves up a hearty full English breakfast, Eggs Benedict or Eggs Royal, the perfect way to shake off the excesses of the night before and start a new day. They also have a very extensive list of Gins to help aid the digestive process. Where: C/ Almirante, 20.
Candelita-Here you can forget about bacon and eggs, croissants and the like. Brunch is served Latino style, spicy Buffalo wings, Cachapas, and the incredible Creole breakfast of stewed shredded meat, black beans and perico. You won’t be disappointed with this different Madrid brunch alternative. Where:C/ Barquillo, 30.
Hope you enjoy our favourite places to have brunch in Madrid. Let us know what you think and if you have any suggestions just let us know and we’ll be more than happy to check it out. Thanks.
James – Marketing Team