Food Tour Madrid
Food tour Madrid is an awesome gastronomic experience that includes excellent food from the capital of the Kingdom of Spain. The ingredients used in these food tours and cookings classes are high quality. Spanish cuisine is known for the Paella, however, it is much more than that. This food is the mixture of different ingredients from around the world and different cooking techniques.
Food tour Madrid offers you the most delicious dishes of Madrid food. On these culinary activities you will not only eat the most amazing food, but you will also learn the history behind each meal you try. This will allow you to understand better Madrid culture and see this capital city from another perspective. Spain is definitely one of the best gastronomic places in Europe, so come to Madrid and take a tour with us.
Why a food tour in Madrid?
The food of Madrid is unique, as well as each tour. In each activity, food, learning and good vibes are guaranteed.
Madrid is a great mix of cultures and that is reflected in its food. During the tour you will learn what influences this city has.
Meeting new people is always nice and it is much better if you are sharing or cooking delicious Spanish food.
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Typical food of Madrid
Madrid is the capital of the kingdom of Spain, but also an excellent city to delight the palate. In this city the gastronomic offer is gigantic. Going out to restaurants at night is part of the local culture and one of the reasons why Madrid is visited by travelers from all over the world. The most typical food of this city are tapas, which are different portions of food made to share between people who sit at the same table. Tapas are also often confused with “pinchos”, which are pieces of bread with something on top, such as ham, tuna or hummus.
10 of the best dishes of Madrid
Soup, chickpeas and meat
Callos a la Madrileña
Stewed beef snout and guts
Bocadillos de calamares
Fried squid rings
Scrambled eggs with ham and chorizo
Chicken nuggets with french fries
Pieces of veal with eggs and onions (baked)
Besugo a la Madrileña
Baked fish with potatoes and vegetables
Caracoles a la Madrileña
Snails with beef sauce
Bread soaked in milk and coated in egg (fried)
Wheat flour dough, with salt and sugar (fried)