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The best luxury restaurants in Madrid

Madrid is the cradle of Spanish haute cuisine. A creative, stimulating city that offers unparalleled gastronomic experiences. The capital city has Michelin-starred luxury restaurants in its most central neighbourhoods.

Places where savouring, seeing, smelling, touching and hearing take on a new meaning to carry you off to a world of new sensations. We present 7 luxury restaurants in Madrid to create the finest gastronomic route.

SALVAJE at BLESS Hotel Madrid

Let's start with the most fashionable restaurant in Madrid. At the very centre of the Golden Mile in the Salamanca neighbourhood is SALVAJE at  BLESS Hotel Madrid. Japanese cooking with fusion touches and Mediterranean and Nordic influences headed by chef Fermin Azkue, with an impeccable gastronomic career behind him at the top restaurants in London and the rest of the world.

You'll discover the wildest side of Japan with the most distinctive cocktails, one of the best sushi bars and a wide selection of meat dishes. Savour the hedonism of the OMOKASE ('placing yourself in the chef's hands') experience, as he gives you a detailed explanation of each dish and its ingredients and shares the evening with diners. Wild dishes with live shows and DJs. Dare to enter this jungle!


In the smart Chamartín district, we invite you to enter the dreamlike world of Dabiz Muñoz, holder of three Michelin stars and chosen as best chef of the year at the 5th edition of the Best Chef Awards in 2021.

This daring chef offers new ways of understanding the gastronomic experience with ‘locuras en lienzo’ ('craziness on canvas'). Live the authentic XO experience at this international haute cuisine restaurant with a twist of sleaze. Dare to try the 'Flying Pigs cuisine' tasting menu and lift the evening with his 'Pairing to high flights'. Diverxo is a cutting-edge space that describes itself as 'A journey through the hedonistic, appetising and creative world of Dabiz Muñoz, avant-garde cuisine in which everything is possible. Let ‘El Xow Diverxo’ begin.

Kabuki Wellington

Continuing our route around Madrid's luxury restaurants, we stop on the exclusive Golden Mile to go into Kabuki Wellington, run by chef Ricardo Sanz, with three Michelin stars and nine Repsol suns. This chef's select cuisine is a meeting place for Japanese and Mediterranean culture, with original offerings based on seafood and top-quality fresh produce.

Savour every mouthful with the Menú Kabuki or choose different dishes from its extensive à-la-carte menu. It also has a sushi bar where you can see the chef at work. To wash it down, we recommend you try the champagnes, white wines from the leading wine-producing countries and sakes to find the perfect pairing with the cuisine served here.


If you go to Madrid's business centre on the Paseo de la Castellana, you'll find the luxury restaurant Santceloni, run by chef Óscar Velasco, who has earned two Michelin stars and three Repsol suns.

Signature Spanish haute cuisine by a chef who opts for seasonal produce and care over timing. Savour top-quality fresh produce with the gastronomic set meal or choose options from its extensive list of cheeses and wines. A restaurant ideal for a business lunch, as it is an intimate setting with a smart dining room in which to enjoy classic dishes perfectly adapted to creative cuisine.


Located in the distinguished Chamartín area, a stone's throw from the Sorolla museum, is Lúa, a refined restaurant serving signature cuisine, run by chef Manuel Domínguez, holder of a Michelin star and two Repsol suns.

The chef prepares a tasting menu that varies with the natural rhythms of the seasons and the market. A sure bet on traditional food that has sought inspiration in the recipes of our mothers and grandmothers, updating them with his signature cutting-edge cooking. You can choose between the Menú Lúa, the Menú Lúa Chea (which includes pairing with wine) or any dish on the à-la-carte menu. Cutting-edge cuisine with varied, balanced dishes to adapt traditional cooking to today's 21st-century tastes.

Sidrería Teitu

If you fancy the flavour and tradition of northern Spain, we recommend Sidrería Teitu, an authentic Asturian cider house just a stone's throw from the Paseo de la Castellana. A distinctively picturesque restaurant serving local cider, tapas, solid grilled meat and fish dishes and of course traditional Asturian fabada, its star dish.

A classic restaurant that treats its raw materials with loving care. It has a charcoal grill used to cook top-quality meats from cattle in the valleys of Somiedo, and serves an extensive classic-style menu including a range of entrées, octopus, stews, rice dishes, grilled fish and a selection of grilled meats, among other things. Sidrería Teitu is without a doubt the authentic flavour of northern Spain. 

Clos Madrid

Classic flavours are reinvented in a luxury restaurant: Michalin-starred Clos Madrid. Located in the financial heart of the capital in the Azca neighbourhood, Marcos Granda, sommelier and head waiter, runs this smart modern restaurant. Intimate premises with an original format. First Granda gives instructions to his team in the kitchen and then he takes charge of the outstanding service in the dining room.

Clos offers a tasting menu, an à-la-carte menu and the famous Clósicos set meal (available at lunchtime only). All these have the option of wine pairing. As an outstanding sommelier, he offers a selection of wines from small producers, paying tribute to the passion with which they are made, to the terroir, climate and vineyards of each area, in a homage to the hard work, love and tenacity of each winemaker. A restaurant whose secret is its raw materials, one that does all it can to respect the produce and taste in wine, making this a genuinely exciting gastronomic experience. 

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