Spain is famous for its Tapas. In Spain’s capital, Madrid, you will find Tapas restaurants at every corner of the street. But… did you know that there is a fast food variant of Tapas? A variant that is typical Spanish, cheap and really tasteful. This place is called 100 Montaditos!
What is 100 montaditos?
100 Montaditos is a Spanish Tapas concept with more than 350 restaurants worldwide. A montadito literally means a staple of the culinary arts from Spain. The first restaurant opened its doors in the year 2000.
100 Montaditos is known for its bread (Bocadillos in Spanish), they even have a patent on their secret bread recipe! They sell more than 150.000 montaditos every day.
Where in Madrid can I find 100 Montaditos?
It will not be hard to find 1 of the many restaurants they have in and around Madrid. They have 90 restaurants based in the community of Madrid. For example, there are two in our school area, just 10 minutes walking distance from Inhispania.
Things you need to know
Every Wednesday and every Sunday there is a special offer: every item in the menu (toda la carta) is just 1€!! Their menu is really big and you have plenty of options.
Keep it in mind for your next visit to the city. It is a cheap, easy and tasty option for a Spanish lunch!
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For the past few weeks we’ve been reviewing different areas downtown and, of course, Malasaña need to be there. Continue reading “Madrid through its neighborhoods: Malasaña”
Are you into some good shopping sessions? Then you can’t miss out Salamanca.
Salamanca is a glamorous area and one of the most expensive neighborhoods to live in Madrid. The streets Calle Serrano and Calle José Ortega y Gasset are known as the “golden mile”; the most luxurious shops of Madrid are placed in these streets, such as Dior, Chanel, D&G and Louis Vuitton. These are expensive shops but also nice to have a look at it from the outside! Continue reading “Madrid through its neighborhoods: Barrio Salamanca”
Welcome to the trendy and hip neighborhood in downtown Madrid.
When Chueca crosses your mind, you will probably think of the “gay” neighborhood, which is something you can’t deny. When the gay marriage was approved in 2005, a lot of Madrilenos settled here. Thanks to this gay side of Chueca it has become a very modern neighborhood filled with lots of hip and trendy bars and restaurants! Continue reading “Madrid through its neighborhoods: Chueca”