If you want to celebrate the World Dessert Day in style, there are some restaurants in Madrid where you can taste exquisite sweets.
Mistura Ice Cream
An ice cream parlor that makes its own ice cream and sorbets from scratch, with fresh milk and ingredients with local products. On the menu there are ice creams for all kinds of tastes and preferences, with an unbeatable value for money: organic matcha green tea from Japan, bronte pistachio, coconut, farm fresh cream, meringue milk, San Ignacio dulce de leche, caramel and fleur de sel …
A cafeteria-pastry shop with spectacular decoration and a menu suitable for the most exquisite palates. It usually has about seven types of cakes that rotate daily, although there are three that remain fixed, the most requested by customers: white chocolate with strawberry, three milk and carrot. There are also donuts, muffins and mini palm trees that they call “little princesses.”
The Little Duck
Few places are better in Madrid to celebrate World Dessert Day than La Duquesita. In the menu there are exquisite sweets like: crunchy hazelnut and chocolate, soletilla sponge cake, cheesecake, sponge cake with rum and burnt with lime, cream and apple cremadillos, grambyesa clouds, violet cassis and passion …
Manolo Bakes has become very popular on Instagram in recent months, and it is a great place to enjoy a good sweet in Madrid. It has a very extensive menu, although the famous “Manolitos” are essential. There are both sweet and savory: coffee, original, white zebra, black dip, crocanti, apple, turkey and cheese, pastrami with mustard and honey … A world of possibilities!
A classic in the city of Madrid, in operation since 1894. It currently has three stores in the center: Puerta del Sol 8, Velázquez 39 and Glorieta de Quevedo. The cafeteria-patisserie offers a very extensive menu for any time of the day: breakfasts, pastries, savory, drinks … There is also a selection of delicious cakes, truffle, carrot or yolk and cream, among others.