Madrid is one of those buzzy European cities that when you discover it and visit just once you’ll already be yearning for your next visit. Known for its vibrant and artisan food scene, we went on the hunt for the best Madrid pizza.
A city packed with great nightlife, wide open spaces, great restaurants and perfect weather make it the ideal spot for a long weekend break. But where to eat?
With so many amazing options, we wanted to focus on where to find the tastiest Madrid pizza, bringing you the seven best places in the city to eat a few slices.
Grab a friend and get ready to eat some of the best pizza you will ever taste…
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This is what happens when one of the most important brewers in Spain joins forces with the best craft beer shop in Madrid; adding world class pizza to the mix. The perfect combination and the sort of place you will never want to leave.
There’s two locations in the city that are both small but bustling, with an electric atmosphere. Their pizzas are simple and perfect in terms of the base and finished off with their wonderful fresh toppings. Add in a glass of wine from the great wine list and you’ll be in heaven.
A proper Italian restaurant in every sense of the word, right in the middle of Madrid. They serve wonderful pasta that is seriously tempting but once you smell that wood-burning oven you can’t think of anything else. Make sure to save some room for dessert – it’s the perfect end to a great meal.
Easily one of the best pizzas in Madrid, if not indeed the whole country. Their secret? They say it’s all about sourcing only the very freshest ingredients and not sacrificing on quality at any stage. A wonderful bright room with a great wine list; a Madrid pizza experience not to be missed.
This is a casual pizza joint which is wildly popular with the locals for their huge portions and the way in which pizzas are made to share with friends (you can change the toppings up half-and-half). They are just as well known for their cakes so don’t eat too much pizza!
Luna Rossa make classic Neapolitan-style pizzas, which is good of not better as any you’ll find in the city. The restaurant is super cosy (so make sure to book) and has been run for over 25 years by two sisters. The pizza couldn’t be any more authentic if you had it in Naples itself. World class.
Vesuvio is a small place on a busy street where you can either sit in, or, do like most people do and get a pizza to go and eat outside on the street. The perfect place to hit up before a night out or on the way home after a few drinks. Fast service and melt in the mouth pizza.
Pizza not your thing? You might want to check out the 7 best burgers in Madrid Instead.