Marta Hurtado de Mendoza
Fashion journalist with an insatiable appetite for Madrid
A fashion, lifestyle and music journalist with over 10 years experience’, she is now the editor of vogue.es
Marta's Top Tips:
- Sacha (Calle Juan Hurtado de Mendoza, 11) is the best restaurant in the city, but also a hidden treasure. The place is beautiful and the food is beyond words. Make the most of your experience and let the maître d’ do his magic...
- Club 31 for their cheese soufflé topped with caviar, ensaladilla rusa (Russian salad), steak tartare (super spicy, please), callos a la madrileña (don't ask what it is, just go for it) and crêpes Suzette. This is Madrid-meets-Paris in an exclusive but cool spot in the heart of the city.
- Toni2. Skip the noisy, tourist nightlife and instead enjoy some cocktails and tapas at Toni2. This place is amazing and full of great stories (and drinks). Order a plate of jamón Ibérico, a drink, and then try to nab a seat by the piano. And if the mood strikes, you’re more than welcome to belt out a tune.