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Mercado de San Antón

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Mercado de San Antón

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Visiting both Toledo and Segovia in a day from Madrid is near impossible without a car rental and some serious time management. On this trip, you get to see both cities as a guide charts their history, minus the stress of organizing transport. Plus, you’re certain of seeing the key sights, including Toledo’s Primada Cathedral, and Segovia’s Roman aqueduct and Alcazar. Ideal if you’re pressed for time and want a day out of Madrid.
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wanderer1603 wrote a review Sep 2020
England, United Kingdom123 contributions50 helpful votes
The Mercado San Anton is made up of a supermarket, fresh market, food stalls and a restaurant/rooftop bar. I shopped here every day for 7 months while I was living in the area. The supermarket (it is a Supercor) is great with meat and fish counters with fresh produce and everything else needed for a weekly shop. Above the supermarket there is a fresh market with cheese stalls, meat stands, fresh bread etc - perhaps too expensive for daily goods but great quality and fun to go around. Next there is a floor dedicated to different food stands; lots of spanish wine and tapas stands but also chinese stalls, italian, french etc - it's great fun to go around and taste different plates at different stalls. Lastly at the top there is a rooftop bar with a few restaurants and bars. It is open from the morning until late at night and there are views over Chueca (the neighbourhood). You can sit inside or outside to have lunch, supper, drinks, snacks etc. Food-wise there are lots of options to share, such as tacos, prawn tempura, croquetas and then more substantial courses for mains. There are lots of cocktails on offer, those which I tried were great, and many Spanish wines. Highly recommend, not as busy/crowded or expensive as some of the other rooftop bars in Madrid but just as fun.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Cliodhna Hanley wrote a review Jul 2020
Cork, Ireland49 contributions43 helpful votes
I lived in Madrid for a year and spent a lot of time here. It is a must visit spot if you are a foodie visiting Madrid. Best to arrive when you are hungry and sample something from each stall, from delicious croquetas to fantastic sushi! The Korean fried chicken at the Korean stand is delicious too. Wash everything done with a glass of crisp white wine. Then head up to the roof top and sample the cocktails and enjoy the relaxed Madrid lifestyle! If you get hungry order more food on the rooftop, which is also delicious!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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SPAINDOCTOR wrote a review Jul 2020
Madrid, Spain5 366 contributions679 helpful votes
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Many years going to Madrid and first time I go inside This is great Si clean so nice Very good fresh vegetables , food Very clean Social distance
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Terps92 wrote a review Mar 2020
Hillsborough, New Jersey104 contributions53 helpful votes
I was a tourist in town and was told this is where the locals go and not so many tourists. It proved to be true. It is located on the second floor of a Super Market and there is a rooftop bar above it. Seating is limited, but you can share tables and eventually find seats. It is not as big as Mercado San Miguel, but it is definitely less expensive and a lighter less chaotic atmosphere. They have all different types of Tapas including Paella (which was incredible), greek bites, sushi, desserts, seafood, etc... The first floor of the super market as you enter also has really good gelato which we really enjoyed. I would definitely recommend coming here. The people were really nice and welcoming.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Daniel A wrote a review Feb 2020
Baltimore, Maryland2 018 contributions120 helpful votes
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A smaller market located in the Barrio de Chueca. At the entrance is a Nut vendor (so many different varieties) with a good size fruits and vegetable stand as you start the path. A couple of butcher and Jambon stands as well, fish monger & restaurant. In the middle is a cafe that looked to have a nice selection of pastries and desserts. A small restaurant (Korean) was tucked away in the corner. Rooftop seating is also available. Although not the biggest Mercado, it covers most of the necessities.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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