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Best cafés in Madrid

If you are one of those who can't start your day without a good coffee, this is the place for you. We are going to review the best coffee shops where you can either start your day, or do something in the middle of the afternoon to enjoy a great hot coffee.


In some cases, we will talk about coffee shops that we all know, in others we will even talk about places where good coffee is mixed with a menu that invites you to have breakfast or lunch.


Different places with different approaches but with the common characteristic of their passion for good coffee and for a handmade and careful elaboration.


Best Coffee Shops in Madrid

Café de La Plata

Paseo de las Delicias, 1. Latroupe Prado Hostel Madrid

Latroupe Prado Hostel Madrid has one of the best cafeterias in Madrid; Café de la Plata. If you start your day with them, you won't lack energy for the rest of the day.


They have a fantastic breakfast buffet that will delight even the most demanding, with some toasts off the menu that are already known by the true lovers of breakfast and snacks.


Come for the breakfast and the coffee, but stay for the atmosphere and everything else Café de La Plata has to offer; a complete and diverse menu full of rations and snacks for lunch and its live music sessions Gumbo Jam on weekends from 22:00.


A place full of surprises and reasons to make it a must on your route through Madrid.



Calle Sombrerete, 20

We carry on our coffee route in the heart of Lavapiés. Cafelito serves excellent coffee, which we recommend you accompany with their fantastic breakfast. Their coffee is from Colombia and their vintage atmosphere will captivate you from the first moment you step foot in their premises.

In addition to its cosy atmosphere and aroma of freshly brewed coffee, Cafelito organises cultural activities that we recommend you not to miss.


Salón des Fleurs

Calle de Guzmán el Bueno, 106

There won't be anything in this café that won't captivate you or make you fall in love with it. Not only is it one of the best cafés in Madrid, but it is also one of the most, if not the most, charming in the whole capital.

The reason is not only because of its fantastic façade, cosy decoration, delicious sweets or incredible coffees, no, it is that besides being a café, Salón des Fleurs is also a florist's shop. As well as a gift shop and flower workshop. Just as you can hear, have breakfast, a snack or simply a coffee in one of the most beautiful and welcoming settings in Madrid.


Café del Art

Plaza de Cascorro, 9

A café with its own personality, a relaxed and relaxed atmosphere and, as its name suggests, true masters in the fine art of quality coffee.

In addition to its carefully chosen décor and image, there is another positive point to be added, namely its truly luxurious breakfasts and brunches. A wide variety of coffees and desserts put the finishing touch to a corner of Madrid that will captivate you before you even take your first sip.


Coco Mocca

Paseo de las Acacias, 49

This is a no-no if you don't like floral decoration or the colour pink. On the other hand, if you don't have any animosity towards these two, you'll love how pretty and cosy, as well as colourful and cheerful, this café is.

Their strong point is not only to make you feel like you're in a decorating magazine, with corners perfect for Instagram Stories by the way, but they are also experts in the coffee shop, of course, and the patisserie with a wide variety of sweets and pancakes.


Bianchi Kiosko Caffé

Calle de San Joaquín, 9

We're going for a stroll in Chueca, but only those who love coffee, who are true coffee drinkers capable of bringing out all the nuances in a single sip of the best coffee in South America, are invited.

Sandro Bianchi runs this small place, full of charm and good taste for quality. Tired of tasting bad coffee, Sandro decided to take matters into his own hands and make his vast knowledge of coffee available to everyone. Put yourself in his hands for a unique experience of caffeine and flavour.



Calle San Lucas, 9

We're still in Chueca, and we're ready to surprise you; you haven't been to a place like this. Coffee tastes much better when it's surrounded by good atmosphere and good music. Welcome to Faraday, a vinyl shop that sells coffee, or coffee that repairs the soul with music in the background.

Feast your senses in this place that will make you feel as full and as comfortable as you would in your own living room. Fantastic decoration and even better atmosphere. Difficult to define, easy to find and impossible to forget.


Ruda Café

Calle de la Ruda, 11

Once again we come across a place for coffee connoisseurs, or simply for those who just want to enjoy the best coffees on the market. Ruda Café, and its great baristas, are committed to offering you the best 100% Arabica coffees.

If that is your intention, congratulations, because you share a taste for things well done and quality. A cosy place in the heart of the flea market where you can also enjoy great teas and a fantastic assortment of homemade sweets that will make you have breakfast or a snack several times.


Tornasol Cafés

Antón Martín Market

In the heart of the Antón Martín Market you will find a corner specialising in coffee and in creating unique, homely and pleasant moments and memories. Everything here is like this, and you'll love it whether you're a caffeine addict or not. Stop by for breakfast or to enjoy a fantastic brunch.


The Fix

Calle de Luisa Fernanda, 15

We can explain it as simply as the façade of The Fix, as clearly as its white bar, its coffee and its service are among the best. Being one of Madrid's reference points is not only because of its friendliness, here there is professionalism and quality in everything they do.


Aroma and Bread

Calle Apodaca, 10

If it exists in the world of coffee and it is of the highest quality, then you will find it at Aroma and Bread. The skill of the baristas is superior, as well as their knowledge of the coffee world. We are once again in a place that is proof for the most discerning coffee drinkers.

Go for the coffee and stay for the sweets. You should take a look at their sweet offer, although you should start with their cheesecake, said to be the best in Madrid, and their carrot cake. Those are a must.