With the help of our community, we have highlighted a few specialty coffee shops you must visit if you live in Madrid.

Since 2010, the restaurant and bar industry has grown 25% in this beautiful city, and with more than 9,800 + places to choose from we understand why you may have a hard time finding that perfect place to sit down and have a relaxing cup of café con leche.


Golda, is relatively new to the neighborhood, having just opened in January 2022 they are already known for their unique pastries (babka), filling smoothies, and homemade cakes that change daily and crumble in your mouth. This modern cafe is pet-friendly, paired with great wifi and staff that’s service does not go unnoticed! 

If you are staying for lunch, you may find yourself pairing their natural wine selection with more savoring flavors, like falafel, baba ganoush, or shakshuka. 

Location: Calle de Orellana, 19
Metro Nearby: Line 4 – Colón

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Located in the heart of Chamberí with a love for coffee and good vibes, Wilko opened in March 2022. Their specialty cheesecake, incredible peanut butter cookie, double choc peanut butter cookie, or lemon poppy cake paired with an iced latte are taking over the neighborhood. 

But they offer more than just coffee, with breakfast dishes that will make your Sunday better there is no going wrong – cornbread with bacon, avocado, and maple syrup, sourdough toast with scrambled eggs, salmon, avocado, halloumi cheese, and candied tomatoes… the list goes on. 

Just recently they presented their Asian dish containing sushi rice, edamame, marinated salmon, chives, sesame seeds, shiitake, nori seaweed, radish, and kimchi mayo and we can confirm that the presentation lives up to the taste. Found only a 10 minute walk from our Madrid Mellado Coliving building! 

Location: Calle de Fernández de los Ríos, 40
Metro Nearby: Line 2 – Quevedo 

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Yasemin & Tuncel Café

A coffee shop known for its charm, character, and kind owners. Yasemin from Sweden and Tuncel from Istanbul have created their menu with inspiration from the roots of their homeland. With fresh coffee roasted by them and Swedish cakes that are in high demand – their little shop is a great success. 

Yasemin & Tuncel Café  have gluten-free desserts (almond and apple pie) and traditional börek (Middle Eastern and Central Asian pie made of a thin flaky dough such as filo with a variety of fillings), their menu is truly vast. 

By supplying power outlets at each table, comfortable seating, and a quiet atmosphere, you could find yourself in this relaxing ambiance for hours. 

Location: Calle de Fernández de los Ríos, 14
Metro Nearby: Line 2 – Quevedo

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Dot Cafe

Their unique interior design and even how they serve the food differentiates them, but their story is what keeps people coming back. 

Dot Cafe supports small local businesses within their very own neighbourhood – from elements of their menu, the mugs, plates, bowls they use, and the graphic design of their brand identity are all elements that showcase a true community. 

With plenty of vegan options available, and very fair-priced breakfast options ranging from 1,5 – 3 euros such as warm ham and cheese croissants, fresh sponge cakes, and a rich toast with tomato and olive oil, there is something for everyone to choose. 

Location: Calle de Eugenio Sellés, 6
Metro: Line 3 – Delicias 

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Bite Me Cafe 

The vegan donut shop in Madrid has new flavors every week! Having started in their apartment 5 years ago, owners have come a long way and the menu continues to flourish. Bite Me Cafe uses savoury ingredients that are so tasty, you will question if it’s vegan.

Not a fan of donuts? Don’t worry there are plenty of sweets to choose from (cinnamon roll, super cookies, power balls…) and bagel sandwiches (like their Breakfast bagel –  American style with tofu-egg, cheddar, bacon, and Sriracha Mayo sauce, as well as a little green: tomato, pickles, and onion pickled by them, avocado and Batavia lettuce) that will blow you away. Located only a 13 minute walk from our new Atocha Madrid Coliving building

Location: Plaza de la Beata María Ana de Jesús, 2
Metro: Line 3 – Delicias

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Misión Café

Located a mere 5 steps away from our Madrid Malasaña Coliving you will find Misión Café – where their coffee from Hola Coffee Roasters is light and has sweet flavourful notes that were surely satisfy your senses. 

A genuine 5 star experience all around – from the service, the atmosphere and the vast selection of food. If you are questioning what you should order, consider – the homemade cookies, the avocado and labneh toast, or the tiramisu cream filled croissant fresh from the oven (you won’t be disappointed)!

Location: Calle de los Reyes, 5, Local Izquierdo
Metro: Line 2 – Noviciado

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