Brindisa Spanish Foods
Madrid, Spain

Traditional Madrid Food and Best Places to Try it

When you live in Madrid for quite a while, you slowly and steadily fall in love with the local favourites and soon notice yourself, thinking “It would be nice to have a pincho de tortilla…A warm filling cocido would be so good on this cold Sunday…”.  These typical madrileño dishes are such a big part of the […]

Madrid, Spain

My top three Madrid spots right now

Rather than doing an extensive guide on all-things-Madrid, I have decided to share with you my best Madrid spots once a month with only three top ones.  Hermosos y Malditos Calle de Hermosilla, 23 +34 911 09 14 41 Website I have been to this restaurant, which is located on the first […]


Coolest street of Madrid: Calle Pelayo

I have watched this street develop over the past few years and I can confidently say it is the most upcoming street in Madrid. All my favourite places are here now: concept stores, decor stores, nail salons, hairdressers, galleries, libraries and some great places for lunch in the area! The street takes […]

Spain, Travel

Most instagramed flower shop in Madrid

This beautiful flower shop is located in Chueca area, in the Calle Fernando VI, just in front of Palacio Longoria. Its sophisticated name, I believe, is inspired by a celebrated Spanish martial song with the same name. This song also inspired  Ramon Fernandez  to create a movie with the same name in […]

Spain, Travel

5 Spanish brands to check out

 Spain has not only Zara,  Mango, Carolina Herrera, and Loewe, in fact, there are more interesting local brands to explore on your next visit to Madrid: Nice Things Paloma’s  Nice Things Paloma’s is a family-owned brand originally from Barcelona that makes clothes for women and little girls. The style is always very feminine, […]

Spain, Travel

4 Amazing Specialist Bookstores in Madrid

Librería Tres Rosas Amarillas Pop-up and Children’s Books Calle del Espíritu Santo, 12 11AM–2PM, 6–9PM Sunday Closed This small bookstore in Malasaña neighborhood I found through an article in NYTimes and decided to go see for myself at its collection of pop up books, which is, according to the owner and writer, José Luis […]