Mercado De San Anton, Madrid
About Mercado De San Anton, Madrid
Mercado De San Anton, Madrid - Address, Phone Number
Address: 28004, Calle de Augusto Figueroa, 24B, 28004 Madrid, Spain
Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 10:00 pm Details
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The San Anton Market is the best of the gourmet world. The ground floor sells fresh produce and raw ingredients while the second floor is where the flavours come together to merge into a lip-smacking dish.
If you are looking for a quick bite to eat, don’t forget to taste the mini burgers, oysters, beer bars and sushi served on the second floor.
The ‘La Cocina de San Anton’ restaurant offers you the choice to bring your own fresh ingredients from the ground floor and cook them for you as you have a seat and enjoy the view.
Mercado De San Anton Ticket Prices
- Admission to the market is Free.
- Prices at restaurants vary.
Mercado De San Anton Opening and Closing Hours
- Sunday –Thursday: 10.00 am – 12.00 am
- Friday –Saturday: 10.00 am -1:30 pm
How To reach Mercado De San Anton by Public Transport
- By Metro/ Subway: Chueca
- By Bus: Chueca
- By Taxi
- By renting a Car/Bike.
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Worth a visit if you are in the area. The lowest level is a supermarket with eggs, cheese, snacks, alcohol, meat, etc. The middle floors are a great upscale 'food court'. Little individual food stalls serving everything from seafood tapas, pizzas, pastas, & burgers. You can also get wine or other alcohol here. There is also a smoking patio on these levels. The rooftop and highest level is a great outdoor terrace for any time of day, which can get quite busy. There is also a restaurant which is part of the bar, but I only had a few drinks and didn't eat.
A typical neighborhood market turned into an Upscale touristic attraction with all sorts of delicacies, drinks, foods, meat, legumes, you name it. The terrace (the top floor) had a couple of restaurants and a bar. It's a great place to spend an evening if you're lucky enough to find an empty table to sit and have your drink on the terrace. And of course, if you don't mind paying the high prices they charge for their drinks.
A market reconvert in a place to walk eat and share emotions. You can buy food as in the traditional markets or eat in the different small restaurants that it has with fresh stuff. Good place to bring people visiting Madrid.
Nice selection of tapas and good people watching. No tourists; only locals. Grocery markets on the first floor and tapas restaurants on second floor. I wouldn’t go out of my way for a visit. Not even close to the quality of Mercado de San Miguel.
Quieter food market than the main one in Madrid. Perhaps not the same variety either, but it isn't as grand. However, you can probably find a seat and table to eat at. We had a selection of sushi and small tapas, followed by some treats from the main market. Friendly staff on the stalls. Top floor on the balcony, popped in for a beer before heading on. Quite busy, so table service may not have been as welcoming as the stalls.
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