Offering 100% pure Arabica coffee, it’s no surprise that gastrobar Bendita Locura (literally, “blessed insanity”) draws in lovers of the bean. It also has an excellent selection of brunch dishes, from a 5-option large brunch to an abbreviated version with just the essentials. The toughest decision on the menu? Choosing between the eggs Benedict or the quiche Lorraine - both excellent. They also offer an "Urban Food" menu with an international focus, as well as after work drinks and cakes.
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Anyone for brunch in a mansion? WareHouse not only features an exclusive location, but also some of the best brunch in the Spanish capital. Brunch is held on their “Lazy Sundays” and includes a wide selection of organic dishes with local touches, like gazpacho shooters and charcuterie. It's best enjoyed at a table outside in the garden.
As far as atmosphere goes, you couldn't ask for a better place in Madrid than Dray Martina. Here, you'll be rubbing elbows with the city's in-the-know crowd. The menu features a mix of local Spanish favourites alongside influences from around the world, like toast with wonderfully salty jamón serrano or eggs Benedict served on arepas.
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