Iglesia del Sacramento
Just down the hill from the Plaza de la Villa is the 18th-century baroque remake of the Iglesia del Sacramento, the central church of...
Iglesia de San Nicolás de los Servitas
Tucked away up the hill from Calle Mayor, this intimate little church is Madrid’s oldest surviving building of worship; it is believed...
Palacio del Duque de Uceda
Just down the hill from the Plaza de la Villa is the 18th-century baroque remake of the Palacio del Duque de Uceda. Now used as a...
El Rincón del Arte Nuevo
With more than 30 years in the business, this small venue knows what its punters like and serves up a nightly feast of...
Horno de Santiguesa
Everything's a speciality at this wonderful old pastelería, from cakes and pastries to bite-sized sweets and Christmas turrón (a...
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Casa Ciriaco information
One of the grande dames of the Madrid restaurant scene, Casa Ciriaco has witnessed attempted assassinations (of King Alfonso XIII in 1906) and was immortalised by the Spanish writer Valle-Inclán who set part of his novel Luces de Bohemia here. Its legend made, it now puts all its energies into fine Madrileño cooking.
Offerings range from seafood and hearty meat dishes such as roast suckling pig to cocido a la madrileña .