The Hard Rock Cafe, as its name indicates, is a global chain of restaurants based on the aesthetic and attitude of rock music. All the spaces are decorated with objects, clothes, and curiosities from rock artists throughout the
Tommy Mel’s is another of those quality hamburger restaurants that are showing up across Madrid. It’s very well located, next to several other gourmet burger joints. Tommy Mel’s is opened to franchising and they already have another
Mad Café is another of the many options that are starting to appear in Madrid for eating quality hamburgers. They use ground pork meat for their hamburgers, making 250 gram hamburgers. You can ask for a double (half a kilo) and they
Great burgers in an American-style joint in Madrid. Highlight, however, isnt the burgers but rather the homemade apple pie with vanilla ice cream. I'd suggest making reservations as its almost always packed.
Alfredo’s Barbacoa is probably the most classic hamburger restaurant in Madrid. It opened its doors to the public in 1981, when there was no boom surrounding the hamburger like the one we have today. Because of that, it won the “best
If I liked anything about this practically new place, it is its decor. Inspired by the 50's, you can try a bubble gum flavored milkshake, which is like entering a time warp or John Travolta film like "Grease". The decoration is
My mouth is still watering thinking about Roll Madrid, a newish American-owned eatery in the up-and-coming Conde Duque neighborhood (closest metro: Noviciado or Plaza de España). The restaurant itself is light, airy, and modern and