Patisseries & Bakeries
Cafe founded in 1894 famous for its pastries, this vintage bakery has a take away service too. Calle Mayor 2, 28013. Madrid.
San Gines Chocolateria
Founded in 1894, located next to the Church of San Gines, this cafe is famous for its hot chocolate and churros. Open all night until late. Pasadizo San Gines, near to Puerta del Sol. Madrid.
Traditional Spanish products following traditional recipes. Opened in 1842 serving sweets like Turron (nougat), marzipan, and cakes and pastries. Carrera de San Jeronimo 30, 28014. Madrid.
Hungarian bakery with old-fashioned decor serving signature dish of fresh raspberry tart, apple tart and a selection of confectionery. C/Padilla, 33. Madrid.
This small, family-run bakery in the heart of the Aravaca neighbourhood has been baking for over 25 years. Baking a selection of Castillian cakes and pastries, famous for its croissants. Av de la Osa Mayor 48, 28023. Madrid.
Small pastry shop founded more than half a century ago by Hungarian Nicolas Gruber and now run by his sons. Specialises in brioches, chocolates and raspberry and apple tarts. Located at Padilla 33, 28006 Madrid.
El Horno de San Onofre
Traditional spanish confectioner and patisserie in Madrid. Famous for their Roscon de los Reyes. Calle San Onofre, 3. 28004 Madrid.
El Jardin Secreto
Serving a large selection of teas, coffees, home made cakes, desserts and savoury dishes. Calle de Conde Duque 2, Madrid.
Cake shop, open since 1914, selling traditional cakes and pastries, like Roscones de Reyes (ring-shaped sponge cake with sugar and glazed fruit), traditionally eaten around Christmas time. Fernando VI, 2, 28004 Madrid.