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This is pretty far from Mercado de San Miguel, very few tourists, much lower prices and a greater mix of food and drinks. There’s a “square” in the middle and people just sit on the floor eating and drinking when it’s really busy. This is...More
Located in the very buzzy Embajadores, recently named “the coolest neighbourhood in the world” by a global Time Out Poll and smack bang in the middle of trendy Lavapiés is The Mercado San Fernando, and in the heart of this is the bar “Bond 40”that...More
This is the best local food market. Not the fancy or modern-type as Mercado dear San Miguel or Fuencarral, but with lots of great food stands from everywhere. Best place to to go for a vermouth on a weekend. Also great music and atmosphere. Try...More
Love this place! My partner is spanish and we always go here when we are at home. There are never many tourists there and the food and beverages are delicious. The surrounding neighbourhood is also great to explore after you have filled yourself up.
Mercado San Fernando is a great supermarket we visited on our resent holiday to Madrid were we had a grand time.
On any holiday I take I detest the thought of shopping ,I hate the hassle but this market offers something that i really enjoy...More
This local market was recommended to us by our free walking tour guide, as the San Miguel market does not have vegan options. Thankfully we had the time to walk to San Fernando and enjoy our meals there, the place was very big but still...More
A family member who lives in the area took us here. It's a local's market with excellent stalls, all you need to buy for a good meal and great beers and wine. Check out La Buena Pinta for a selection of good beers. Don't go...More
We are sick and tired of the tourist trap called Mercado San Miguel. The market Mercado San Fernando has it all. Friendly atmosphere. Nice eateries. Fine drinking places. Everything just calls for coming back and back ... so we will :-)
One Sunday in December 2017 my friend and I went to El Rasto and the end of the afternoon we decided to explore the around. Walking through several streets we saw this building and asked about it. It is a non tourist market. Full of...More