There is not Christmas without chocolate with authentic churros -and not frozen-. As tradition says, after taking the grapes and celebrating the arrival of the New Year, the next day it is almost mandatory to go to breakfast this typical Spanish product to start the year well. We are talking about a food suitable for all audiences.
On January 1 it is common to find grandparents and grandchildren waiting in line for emblematic churrerías to enjoy this food based on flour, salt and water, nothing more. A good dough is the key to becoming a delicatessen. It may seem simple to cook, but the truth is that it is not. Fortunately in Spain we have the best churrerías.
In EL ESPAÑOL we compile the five best in the capital so that, either at New Years or any afternoon this Christmas, you can enjoy the best churros.
It is, without a doubt, the most famous churreria and chocolate shop in Madrid. Open since 1984, its fame began when people leaving the theater used to have a chocolate with churros.
Today, there is no Madrilenian or tourist who can resist their churros and cheers. Given its success, the company has already internationalized and has reached Tokyo, Shanghai and Bogotá. It is located in the heart of the capital and is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Every day they cook more than 4,000 churros. They also have an online store where they sell their famous chocolate.
Address: Pasadizo San Ginés, 5, Madrid.
Price: chocolate with 6 churros or 2 batons € 4.50.
Churrería Las Palmas
Located on the outskirts of Madrid, in the town of Móstoles, this churrería opened its doors More than 45 years ago by the hand of the Lucas and Luzdivina couple. Today, his daughters and grandchildren continue with the business, letting the three generations see them together.
The churros and porras are cooked in a 100% artisanal way, being the key to their success together with the love they put into each churro. Chocolate is also cooked at the moment. It is common to see long lines on weekends.
Address: Las Palmas, 57, Móstoles (Madrid).
Price: Chocolate with 4 churros, € 3.
Churrería Madrid 1883
Opened in 1883 by Angel Huertas Like a ‘buñolería’, today it has become the oldest churrería in Madrid. Located in the heart of the city (C. del Espíritu Santo, 8), this place combines the traditional, the industrial and the modern where it is possible to eat churros and cheers with the family recipe of the old generations.
They also have pancakes with cream, toasts, pastries or their particular salty churrazos. They have hospitality service.
Address: C. del Espíritu Santo, 8, 28004 Madrid.
Price: not included or provided.
Churrería Santa Ana
Located in the neighborhood of La Latina, this small churreria has been serving churros and porras since 1895. Without a doubt, a perfect place to have breakfast before strolling through the streets where it is located. the famous Madrid Rastro.
Its high quality product at an economical price makes tourists and locals queue up to enjoy this delicacy.
Address: C. de Sta. Ana, 7, Madrid.
Price: not stated.
Your owner, José Alfonso, has managed to create one of the most famous chocolate shops in Madrid. It offers high-quality artisan chocolate, to be accompanied with delicious churros and porras.
Open since 2003 in the Barrio de las Letras, it also has a wide variety of artisan cakes and cakes, as well as coffees and teas and natural infusions. They have home delivery with Glovo and Deliveroo.
Address: Calle Santa María 30. 28014 Madrid.
Price: Chocolate with 3 Churros or 2 Porras, € 3.90.
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