MadrEAT Market – every 3rd weekend of the month

IMG_4987

The first edition of MadrEAT was a huge success and the 2nd edition is coming up this weekend November 15 -16. MadrEAT Market is located in the botanical garden of the Complutense University and the admission is free. A whole bunch of restaurants and food sellers like Cervezas La Virgen, Arzabal, Alborada, Toma Café, La Finca, Panic, The Flying Cow… set up their food trucks where you can buy street style food such as burgers, sandwiches, hot dogs, cake, empanada, croquetas, chicken fingers…

We had Estanis Carenzo’s hot dog bought at La Virgen’s food truck.

IMG_4902

Estanis Carenzo’s sandwich also from La Virgen’s food truck

IMG_4904

Fish and chips from Arzabal’s Food Truck

IMG_4911

Iberian Pork Rib Sandwich from Arzabal’s Food Truck

IMG_4910

You can either eat on the lawn or on one of the tables spread around the center in a food court style. The weather was great during the first edition so let’s hope that we are lucky and we get a nice weekend. Nonetheless, the food trucks will be coming in on the third weekend of each month. Be sure to check where the third edition is going to take place since it will be in colder December and it will have to be in a closed venue. The schedule for now is:

November 15-16

December 20-21

January 17-18

February 21-22

March 21-22

I found the market to be tons of fun, the food to be very tasty and a great plan for the weekend. It is open from 11 in the morning until midnight but I strongly advise to get an early lunch or dinner unless you like waiting in line.

IMG_4898

IMG_4907

 

MadrEAT Market

Botanical Garden, Complutense University

Seneca Avenue 

http://www.madreat.org

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s