This restaurant shocked the neighborhood by getting locals to break with tradition and line up at 8pm for dinner—truly early-bird hours for Madrileños. The dishes are eclectic, light, and most are under 10€, making Bazaar a perfect spot for impecunious young folks out on a date or for traveling families with kids. The broad menu includes a lot of kid-friendly plates like spaghetti with cheese sauce, chicken couscous, or mushroom croquetas The salads are huge, while the dishes with meat and fish tend to be small. We figure three plates serve two people well. Service is super-fast and so is the kitchen, so don’t plan to linger. On a good night, Bazaar will serve four seatings at a single table.
Calle Libertad, 21
Our Rating Neighborhood Gran Via, Chueca and Malasana Hours Daily 1:15–4pm and 8:30–11:45pm Transportation Metro: Chueca Phone 91-523-39-05 Prices Main dishes 7€–13€ Cuisine Type Spanish Web site Bazaar Restaurant
MapCalle Libertad, 21 Madrid
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