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For those who have been to Spain, perhaps it's no surprise to hear locals usually have their lunch around 2 or 3 in the afternoon, and they don't eat dinner until 9 or 10 pm. So when going to a restaurant, have in mind that most of them serve lunch from 1 pm, however, there are a few that serve it a bit earlier, mostly in touristic zones, and it lasts until around 3:30. Also note that the majority of places remain closed from after lunch until around 8 pm.
If you happen to get hungry within this time frame, there's the possibility to go to a mesone or bar; these places are usually open all day long with a varied offer of bocadillos (rolls) and the typical tapas for an affordable price. Your Madrid car hire will come handy when looking around for a place to eat, in a comfortable way.
The best part of this place is that it opens 24 hours a day, so remember the name if you happen to get hungry on a late night out around Madrid. Their specialty is Chocolate con churros, and it's a great place to get a nice cup of coffee or tea.
Known for having some of the best North African food in Madrid, this Moroccan restaurant has a dark and cave-like setting, customized with low Moroccan-style tables and a very calm and mellow feel.
Get ready to hear this: Botin is listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the oldest operating restaurant in the whole world. So there's another reason to come here aside from the good food. Menu delicacies include roast-suckling pig and roast lamb. Check out this place, which opened first time in 1725, you won't want to miss this one in your Madrid car hire.