Churrería Madrid 1883


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Churrería Madrid 1883

Experience a dream of chocolate with a side of traditional churros at Madrid's oldest churrería. With four generations of history, the current owners of this establishment remain faithful to the old recipes of these beloved deep-fried pastries. The interior design combines both vintage and contemporary elements, and visitors are welcome to observe the staff preparing fresh churros in the open kitchen. In addition to their signature churros, the churrería offers a variety of breakfast options, sandwiches, waffles, and more.


Spanish coffee culture is a social and animated affair. Café con leche (coffee with milk) usually accompanies breakfast, preferably with a croissant. Around mid-day, especially after a meal, locals have an espresso, café solo, or a cortado, which is an espresso with milk. Café Americano is what some would call watered-down versions of the first two coffees. In the afternoon, or after dinner, order a café solo corto, a strong espresso, or a carajillo — a café solo with Spanish brandy.