The 7 Best Places For Chicken Wings In Madrid

Spain is full of tantalising tapas, but when you’re in the mood for chicken wings in Madrid, where do you head? The Spanish capital city is actually quite full of a few great spots for wings. And, you’ll be delighted to learn that they’re all pretty different.

From the crispy, fried wings straight on through to the American-style buffalo wings, there’s nothing you’ll be lacking when you go to order some wings in Madrid. And, the best part is that you can treat yourself to other tasty dishes while you’re at it.

Pair your wings with craft beer, gourmet burgers or simply scarf them down one by one with a nice glass of Spanish sangria by your side. There’s no end to the ways you can eat your wings at any one of our picks for the best spots for chicken wings in Madrid.

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1. Mad

To kick off your tour of the best chicken wings in Madrid, we suggest checking out Mad. It’s one of Madrid’s finest modern American diners and craft beer bars. From their hand-crafted gourmet burgers to the unique decor, everything here oozes of retro America. And, that’s including the wings. Order a craft beer and then order two baskets of their wings: one with their homemade BBQ sauce and another with their tasty buffalo sauce.

2. Wings 4 You

Get ready to get down and dirty at Wings 4 You. As the name suggests, they specialise in serving wings just for you, exactly how you like them. They’re incredibly juicy and always tender, but the flavourful journey doesn’t stop there. They serve them perfectly crunchy on the outside and with an array of dipping sauces to plunge them into. Pair them with their crunchy onion rings and a cold drink and you’ll be in heaven.

3. Goiko Grill

Goiko Grill is easily the absolute best spot for a burger in Madrid. And, with unique locations all over the city, you’re never too far from the tasty flavours of their craft hamburgers. However, few people seem to know that they also serve the best chicken wings in Madrid. They’re crispy, tender and huge, just the way they should be. Order the Tri-Loaded to taste the wings along with taquitos and onion rings.

Best Chicken Wings in Madrid

4. Harold’s Fried Chicken

Harold’s is a New Orleans-style restaurant specialising in, you guessed it, fried chicken. And, because they’re such experts at how to fry up the perfect piece of tender chicken, you know that you’re getting quality every time you visit. But, it goes further than that. What sets them apart from the rest is the fact that they make their own homemade sauces. Indulge in a bit of Bourbon and Hot Louisiana.

5. Kitchen 154

Kitchen 154 is also known as a “spicy food lab.” So, if you’re in Madrid and find yourself craving spicy chicken, this is easily the best spot for you. And, prepare to get really spicy. They like it hot, hot, hot here. Head to the Mercado de Vallehermoso and order their Sweet Chilli wings. They’re crispy yet juicy and pretty hot. Wash it all down with vermouth; you’ll need it.

6. Rosi La Loca

Rosi La Loca is actually a great spot for visitors to indulge in super-local Spanish fare. They serve traditional paella, strong sangria and craft cocktails to boot. And, the locale itself is one of the most vibrant, eccentric restaurants in Madrid. However, before treating yourself to a Spanish spread, you’ll want to order a round of their wings. They’re fresh, light and flavourful.

7. James Joyce Pub

If you run into any ex-pat in Madrid and ask them where to go for great Irish drinks and some of the city’s best wings, they’ll absolutely list off James Joyce Pub as one of their go-to spots. On big game days, this pub fills up fast. But, if you go during the week, you can enjoy a leisurely dive into a basket of their savoury wings. They’re covered in a delicious buffalo sauce.

Sarah Clayton-Lea

Co-founder of Big 7 Travel, Sarah created the company through her passion for championing the world's best food and travel experiences. Before her career in digital media, where she previously held roles such as Editor of Food&Wine Ireland, Sarah worked in the hospitality industry in Dublin and New York.

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