It may have originated in English-speaking countries, but brunch fits the lifestyle of many Spaniards perfectly. After all, who hasn't slept in on a Sunday morning after a night of partying, then got up and attacked whatever was in the refrigerator? Sweet, salty, hearty, light - whatever; I'm hungry and I don't care what time it is. That captures the spirit of brunch. There are various options in Madrid depending on your style and tastes. On the more chic side, the Hotel Palace has a brunch for 75 euros a head, while another good one that's far more economical is the one at Carmencita Bar in Malasaña (just 10 euros). Other options include Café Oliver, a Madrid brunch pioneer, and well known brunches at La Candelita and the Hotel Intecontinental.
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