|Artichokes with Iberian Jamon|
|Roast Suckling Pig and Roast Baby Lamb with Potatoes|
|Tarta De Queso Con Chocolate Blanco (Cheesecake with Chocolate Sauce)|
|Flan de huevo con nata|
Meson del Champinon (Calle Cava de San Miguel, 17, 28005 Madrid, Spain)- Literally inside of a cave, there are paintings of mushrooms on jagged rocks that protrude from the walls. The tapas are delicious, and the mushrooms and 'Pimientos de Padron' are a must (pictured below).
|Pimientos de Padron and Mushrooms|
El Tigre (30 Calle de las Infantas, Madrid, Spain)- This place fills up quickly, but gives very generous and typical Spanish tapas. A great place when you're on a budget. Also very international.
Taberna Almendro 13 (C/ Almendro, 13, 28005 Madrid, Spain)- Best burger I had in Spain, hands down. Also check out Home Burger Bar, and New York Burger. Pretty decent, but this place in the La Latina district owns...
Mercado de San Miguel (Plaza San Miguel, S/N 28013 Madrid, Spain)- A huge indoor market filled with vendors selling local Spanish wines, Churros Con Chocolate, Piaya, fresh fruits and vegetables, along with various pastries, candies, and much more.
|Mercado de San Miguel|
|Churros Con Chocolate|
Museo De Jamon (Carrera San Jerónimo, 1 28014 Madrid, Spain)- This place is filled with every type of Jamon you can imagine. Everything from Iberian to Acorn fed, and you can choose the Bocadillo (Spanish Sandwich) of your liking.
|Museo De Jamon|
Tapas Bars in the Plaza de Santa Anna (Madrid)- I went to two amazing tapas bars that I unfortunately missed the names of where I experienced some amazing food.
|Toast topped with Roasted Red Bell Pepper, a slice of Goat Cheese, Baked Calamari, and a sweet Vincotto sauce.|
|Foie Gras in San Sebastian|