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Mercado de San Miguel

Market and Gourmet Shop
La Latina, Madrid
  • The oysters at Mercado de San Miguel is a can't miss
  • Natalia C.
    "all sorts of tapas, very reasonable prices, super tasty."(226 Tips)
    Dim P.
    "Mercado San miguel, the best"(11 Tips)
    Benjamin G.
    "Get a Mojito find some paella and just enjoy life."(26 Tips)
    Vino50: Grape American Road Trip
    "Try the Burrata - Fresh burrata mozzarella."(12 Tips)
391 Tips and reviews
  • tapas
  • wine
  • seafood
  • oysters
  • sangria
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  • tigz d.
    tigz de palmaDecember 7, 2016
    great local tapas vibe. the real deal. especially fun around the christmas holidiay. go for the cones of fried fish, the olives, and if the burrata stall is there, get it!
    Upvoted Jun 15
  • Patricia G.
    Best sangria in Madrid can be found in the corner of the plaza they sell a large cup for 5 euro, soft notes of cinnamon. We also had the best paella here, seafood, meat, and veggie were all amazing
    Upvoted Jun 12
  • Kathy D.
    Kathy DraskyNovember 17, 2013
    Brave the crowds, get a glass of wine or champagne and then set off to sample the tapas and more. Amazing desserts. Indulge in the papas fritas (freshly made potato chips).
    Upvoted May 28
  • MobilAdam -.
    MobilAdam -December 4, 2014
    At the 1st day of your 1st Madrid visit come here & taste eveything.Most fresh tapas are prepared here.You walk around the stands, eat and test every tapas together with wine-beer or cocktails. Pricy
    Otel.comDecember 1, 2011
    This is one of Madrid's oldest covered Markets. A great place to buy fresh produce such as fruits, vegetables seafood, and cheese. The 20th century building alone is already an attraction in itself.
    Upvoted May 28
  • Eugene T.
    Eugene TroynovSeptember 13, 2014
    Huge variety of fresh out-of-the-sea food. You should try oysters with white vine visit fresh seafood shop to the left of entrance.
  • Brian S.
    Brian StraussOctober 18, 2016
    Beautiful, high quality tapas stalls. A great place to sample a multitude under one roof. Very affordable wines as well.
  • Nina O.
    Nina OttavianoJanuary 13, 2015
    Came back here so many times while in Madrid. Great food and great drinks of all kinds with some expensive and some inexpensive options. Great place to eat tapas like the locals.
  • Gabriel M.
    Gabriel MafraOctober 6, 2013
    One of the best places in Madrid to have a good time! The diversity of the market offerings is great! Watch out for a combination of 1€ tapas along with Sangria for 3€ or a nice beer for only 2€!
  • A. Can P.
    A. Can PolatkanSeptember 25, 2014
    really delicious things (like stuffed olives with fish and/or vegetables) to eat and tasty cider to drink but a bit overpriced. nice cozy environment. people are still not isolated from eachother.
  • Caline D.
    Caline DabineOctober 18, 2016
    So many options! It's not a farmer's market, more like a fancy, amazing food court with drinks, too! Go here for a meal and try one of everything! I challenge you.
  • Covi S.
    Covi SandesJune 6, 2015
    If you don't know your way around this market, it could get quite expensive. I recommend the fish tapas at casa del bacalao, tasty, fresh and only 1€ each. Have them with a glass of wine and enjoy!
  • Mohammed A.
    A great gathering of different booths who served a very tasty Spanish Tabaz, Make sure you go there really hungry to try as much as you can of delicious food
  • Giselle C.
    Giselle CesinApril 28, 2015
    A must! You cant not leave Madrid without going there for "Tapas" and drinks. Theres a spot for Burrata, and if you want sweet, the yoghurt place is awesome
    Upvoted 1 week ago
  • Marcelo W.
    Marcelo WolfgangMarch 18, 2014
    You have to be brave and try a lot of stuff here, even if they don't look so good, a little pricey, but will allow you to eat a lot of different things in only one place
  • Erwin V.
    Erwin VanheckeFebruary 8, 2015
    Buy yourself some food at one of the many stalls and order a glass of white wine (rueda) from one of the bars. Sit down in the central area and enjoy your food and the busyness of the place.
  • Caner G.
    Caner GözApril 11, 2013
    You can drink Sangrias and Rebujitos for 2 Euros. Also you can taste delicious meats. It's an old market and atmosphere is awesome! Worths to see for an hour.
  • Rewan P.
    Rewan Parti3 weeks ago
    A beautiful market with lots of variety of food and cocktails to try from. Personal favorite the burrata, stuffed olives with salmon and Iberian ham. They also have wide variety of Paella and Oysters.
    Upvoted 4 hours ago
  • GowithOh
    GowithOhMay 28, 2013
    The San Miguel market is one of the highlights of Madrid's centre. From meat to wine and olives to cheese, you'll find all sorts of delicious goodies here!
  • S Marks The Spots
    S Marks The SpotsJuly 12, 2013
    One of the most popular markets in Madrid, a few steps from Plaza Mayor. The market is colourful and in continuous movement – you will love it! Get some jamon, polpo, tortilla de patatas and enjoy! Read more
  • Liana E.
    Liana ElkinaAugust 26, 2013
    Love, love, love! Absolutely try oysters here!! Best spot to eat in Madrid! A lot of small stands that you can chose from. It's a lot smaller than Boqueria in Barcelona choisewise but not bad at all.
  • GigaBass
    GigaBassOctober 26, 2013
    The real "must-visit" in Madrid: good choice of drinks, huuuge variety of tasty tapas. Start your night here or stay here until it's closed (weekends 2am).
  • Vladimir K.
    Vladimir KopricOctober 5, 2016
    Don't come here gungry or you'll spend way too much. First go and secure a seating then go for food. Be sure to try everything. If they offer you a drink with food, ask if it is complimentary!
  • Marissa M.
    Great tapas and seafood, sangria, vermut and cava. Grab a seat and make friends with your neighbors. Everyone is from somewhere else and has a great story to tell
  • Yana T.
    Yana TMay 2, 2016
    Overcrowded and pricey, but still so tempting place. After 8pm it seems to be less crowded, so that getting to those perfect tapas is much easier
  • Jessica E.
    Jessica ENovember 24, 2014
    The tapas are relatively expensive, but the variety is great, and everything is high quality. It is a bit crowded, but the lines are very short. Seating is limited. They have the BEST mojitos here!
  • Ian C.
    Ian COctober 18, 2015
    Been here 10+ times
    Never disappoints! Many stalls and many choices of tapas, seafood dishes, wine, sangria, desserts, etc. You name it, it's there. You can be frugal and be full or splurge and eat the night away!
  • Irem N.
    Irem NasirJuly 14, 2012
    Loved it! Go there starving and get as much as you can from tapas, paella and cheap drinks! It is a bit hard to find a spot to sit down but this place worth even sit outside on the sidewalk!
  • Masa J.
    Masa JencicSeptember 28, 2015
    I would recommend it for your first visit to Madrid and tapas scene. Grab a glass of wine or beer and just wander from one stand to the other and try as many different tapas as you can.
  • Chris Claud D.
    Chris Claud DayFebruary 4
    Food markets are rife in Madrid but this is a late night haven. All food on the expensive side for portions but all fresh and tasty. Selection great. Olives and mozzarella stall the best!
  • Raquel d.
    Raquel de MenesesJanuary 28, 2016
    Do not miss the Mozzarela Bar. Burrata con tomate seco, mermelada de pimiento caramelizado y cebolla crujiente is TO DIE FOR, the perfect combo.
  • David H.
    David HuOctober 27, 2015
    Tapas for under 2€ here are a rare sight but you can find them! The fish market near the front was my favorite, each one of these was just 1€.
  • Ossi H.
    Ossi HonkanenJuly 14, 2012
    Get a glass of wine or cava, take a look at everything available, eat everything you want, repeat the next evening. Beautiful place!!! The handmade popsicles at the south end bakery are heavenly!
  • Lewis T.
    Lewis TFebruary 19
    Amazing tapas but at €1.50 per croquette, €12 for jamon and €12 for calamari, it should be amazing! Savour the sights, sounds and aromas.
  • Andrey D.
    Andrey DanilovJune 28, 2015
    Nice place to have lunch and enjoy local food! Be aware, that is it is extremely hard to find table here. Firstly, find a table, secondly, food ;)
  • Anastasiia Z.
    Anastasiia ZlenkoOctober 12, 2016
    Fantastic place, must-visit in Madrid! Here you can find everything tourists usually look for in terms of local food - jamon, paella, tapas and many more.
  • Noah W.
    Noah WeissDecember 30, 2014
    Heaven for Spanish food filled with endless options for wine, ham, and tapas. It's a heated market that reminds me of Eataly in NYC.
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  • Mitty C.
    Mitty ChangJune 16, 2013
    This is a MUST visit market if you're in the area. There are dozens of vendors in here selling tapas (little dishes) for 1 to 3 euros each. Try a little bit of everything!
  • Adry M.
    Adry MolinaAugust 19, 2014
    Very very touristy place, and overpriced, but with tons of good food. Surrounded by the old Madrid, you should try the paellas here, and the jamon and lomo place. Just get 100 grams of their best lomo
  • Peter M.
    Peter McGillSeptember 30, 2013
    Standing room only - so be preparared. However, it offers the best food available - great wines and great selection! Your trip to Madrid is not complete if you have not visited this market!
  • Bianca N.
    Bianca Navarro BowmanFebruary 19, 2016
    Everything I had was good -- paella, sangria, wine, olives, bacalao, balaclava...been here a couple times now and have not been dissapointed!
  • Liz M.
    Liz McDonaldSeptember 22, 2014
    Every major city should have one of these. Such a great layout, delicious food and drinks. Not cheap but worth every penny. Definitely try the chorizo, seafood, and paella.
  • Real Madrid C.F.
    Real Madrid C.F.May 17, 2012
    Sets the ambience of a traditional market, with the advantages of the new times. It has an Iron and Glass Structure from the 20th Century.
    Upvoted May 28
  • Miha S.
    Miha StražišarSeptember 24, 2015
    Grab a glass of wine or beer and start cruising. Stop at any shop that you like and try... And try and try and try! But dont just stop at one, hop from one to another!
  • mYakovleva
    mYakovlevaJune 28, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    One of the most amazing places in Madrid,surelly the best place to eat and to feel the atmosphere of Spain.It's not just a market,it's a good place to hang out.
  • Jessica j.
    Jessica jessicaOctober 9, 2016
    Absolute favorite Mercado in Madrid. Lively and fun. Great selection of tapas and drinks so there's something for everyone and every taste. Plan to spend a few hours.
  • Good O.
    Good Or NotFebruary 24, 2015
    Huge choice of different delicious food and drinks! Best place to try something special or classy jamon, seafood and cheese.
  • c.ake
    c.akeAugust 9, 2014
    The mercado to be in Madrid! Everything looks fresh and good. Don't miss out in the pastel de nata (even though it's Portugese), the sangria and carabinero!
  • Friedelien B.
    Friedelien BrockerhoffDecember 22, 2016
    The best Tapas in the whole of Madrid such a wide variety and so colourful...crab, caviar and seaweed mini burger...
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