Gorgeous little shop, even the cash register is charming. The cake though was delicious! Have the torija!
It’s probably one of the oldest in Madrid, incredible quality and many specialities. You “MUST” visit this place if you go to Madrid. I always go every time I visit Madrid.
Just the best Pastries in Madrid. Everything immaculately prepared, displayed & inviting. It was recently aired on the Television with Paul Hollywood. ' British Bake Off' Host. Just amazing produce.
One of my favourite things to do in a city is to mooch and when roaming around one afternoon we came across this place, I went back next morning to get the most beautiful pastries for breakfast - absolutely delicious, the staff were warm and...helpful and Jesus was in as a customer at the time and advised me on the local specialities - seriously yum, beautiful light handcrafted artisan delights.More
Even if you are not a sweet lover, I am not, but visiting Madrid, this is one of the mandatory musts. They are still applying the same technices the founders created, since 1830. If you have not ordered a product, the day before for instance,...you are dependent on what they have available at the time of your visit, thus best option is asking the staff for recommendations. Empanadas are one of the best options, but also Roscones, or as just quoted just ask the staff what do they recommend. What I am pretty sure is that whatever the choice, you will get right at the end. Reaching there is quite easy as you probably will be visiting La Puerta del Sol and the spot is just a short walk far from there.More
we ordered the empanada de carne for four servings (you need to come after approx. 10:30 a.m. to get the fresh ones for the day and call in a day early for larger ones). The empanada is among the best we have ever eaten-- but...bring your wallet-- it is not cheap-- 18 euros (as opposed to a decent empanada in the Pandería Gallega nearby or the Mercado Mostenses near Plaza España for 8 euros and 6 euros respectively.More
We used to live round the corner. This hidden historic place bakes the best roscon de reyes in town. This traditional sweet treat is meant to be eaten on 6th January to celebrate the Three Wisemen (Reyes Magos). Thankfully, you can treat yourself to this...delicacy all year round. Everything is delicious here... But I will strongly recommend you to try the empanadas (stuffed pastries). They are ideal for a lunch on the go.More
A really traditional bakery (Pasteleria?!), down a back street only a couple of minutes walk from Puerto del Sol. No spaces to sit or eat there, so takeout only, but amazing array of pastries, lots of credibly locals coming in and out. My partner had...the Empanadilla de tenera (a sort of beef stew pastry) and thinks it was the best he's ever had. The sweet ones were also amazing, and nicely wrapped in paper and string. Definitely worth a stop in the morning to pick up something for a picnic lunch or afternoon snack (if you can wait that long before eating them!)More
If there is a place that deserves 5 points in Madrid, this is. So if you are hanging around Sol, please make a stop here. You must try the exquisit " torrija", a work of art for 2.30 €. They make Roscón de Reyes all...year round, imagine how good it is. Being so old, the place has a few little treasures like the Register Till.More
This place is not easy to find but worth the search. not far at all from Puerta Del Sol and they have great deserts. You must take a look on the old cash register that still works in this place