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Mercado de Anton Martin

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Mercado de Anton Martin

303 Reviews
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Frank M wrote a review Jan 2020
Brisbane, Australia220 contributions70 helpful votes
Devoid of tourist traps, this is still a local market. Some great stalls. The olive guy is a stand out. But some really good quality food here. We at a quick bit at the Mexican place down stairs and the nachos and guacamole were exceptional.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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TrueTexasTraveler wrote a review Jan 2020
Amarillo, Texas955 contributions486 helpful votes
This is not a tourist market, rather a true market for folks living in the area. There is an amazing selection of olives, meats, fruit, vegetables, fish, olive oil and even offal like pig ears and snouts. It's a wonderful experience if you're vising Madrid and want to shop like a local, or just want to go pick out some foods you wouldn't think to get unless you stumbled upon them.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Robert W wrote a review Sep 2019
London, United Kingdom3,795 contributions142 helpful votes
This market is off the tourist trail and caters more for locals seeking to do their shopping from a variety of independent stalls. However, there's enough for tourists here to make a journey worthwhile. As a few stalls have now been converted to casual dining. There's various options from crepes, Japanese and Italian food along with Spanish food. I visited a bar called Lataza which served delicacies such as mojama, cured sardines or Jamon on toasted sourdough. It made an ideal light lunch with a glass of chilled Aperol spritz.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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passnthru wrote a review Sep 2019
Chicago,Illinois171 contributions50 helpful votes
Loved everything about it. Watched youtube videos prior to visiting. Very local feel unlike San Miguel. Just be aware when shopping. A very nice gentleman at one of the stalls let us taste all the wonderful jamons, sausages and cheeses as we were shopping for our little picnic. I wasnt sure of quantity to buy for the two of us. He told me he would take care of me and he did. The bill was not atrocious at 30 euros. But when we opened everything up we had enough for lunch for 8 people. Could not finish it in 3 seperate sittings. It was all wonderful but we would have had plenty at half the price. We laughed about it and kept saying , yep he sure took care of us.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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bettyanp wrote a review Jul 2019
Puerto Penasco, Mexico93 contributions45 helpful votes
Wonderful selection of tapas and food items for sale. Good place for lunch or snacks It is usually crowded and often frequented by pickpockets so mind your backpack and wallet
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Date of experience: June 2019
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