Paladar de Galicia for Galician snacks

The Paladar de Galicia means ‘Taste of Galicia’. It’s one of a range of places in Madrid Atocha offering food and drink. And as the name suggests, many of what’s on offer comes from Galicia in northwest Spain. It has lots of lovely snacks – mainly featuring Galician bread, which is highly regarded in Spain for its extra crunchiness. If you don’t have the teeth for extra crunchy bread, try the nearby Rodilla kiosk (you can see it in the background of this image). You can find more eateries listed further down.

As there’s no seating at Paladar de Galicia, it’s a good spot to find food and drink to take with you.

Where is it?

You’ll find this popular snack bar on the bottom floor of station. It’s in the atrium in front of the gates to the Cercanias trains.

Other places to eat and drink at Madrid Atocha