Street food is a new foodie revolution that has triumph in all Europe and now it’s bursting onto the scene in Madrid. This new concept of cuisine wants to bring closer gastronomic delicacy to the streets in a fresh, affordable, innovative and creative manner, more aligned with an urban lifestyle.
Food trucks, which are genuine restaurants on wheels, have become the trendiest ingredient of this street food. Although it may pop into our heads a traditional doughnut mobile stand this is a very authentic option to taste all kinds of cuisine. The aforementioned new food style has dived right into Spain so much that even TVE, a Spanish TV channel, launched a program called “Chefs on the road” about famous cooks working in food trucks.
From time to time these street food events take place in Madrid. If you feel like being part of this experience, Madrid City Tour would like to introduce MadrEAT to you. MadrEAT is a gastronomic market organised in different locations of Madrid on a monthly basis. It is expected on the 17th, 18th, 19th and 20th of March in Paseo de la Castellana, 89. Take panoramic bus hop on hop off and get off in Stop No. 7 “Santiago Bernabéu” of our modern Madrid route to get to the fairgrounds.
The variety of antique vans give these markets an odd look in between New York streets and Spanish verbenas. It is really hard not to enjoy this superb atmosphere. If you are planning to visit Madrid during these dates do not forget this piece of advice Madrid City tour is giving you. The panoramic bus hop on hop off will take you to this culinary heaven.