Where to Eat in Madrid
In the courtyard garden of the Colegio Oficial de Arquitectos de Madrid (Madrid Architects’ Association), we find one of Madrid’s trendiest restaurants today, created by En Compañía de Lobos and given the intriguing name of Bosco de Lobos. It’s the second restaurant opened by this group in the capital. The first was Ana La Santa—the best introduction possible—; the group now has a total of ten establishments in Madrid, Barcelona and Mallorca.
Bosco de Lobos has become one of the city’s most top choices, thanks to its privileged setting, magnificent interiors and its Italian and Mediterranean cuisine, where seasonal produce takes center stage.
The Colegio Oficial de Arquitectos de Madrid—a spectacular, cube-shaped building, located in the popular neighborhood of Chueca—is home to Bosco de Lobos, which has been conceptualized by the design studio Tarruella Trenchs Studio. Its team of interior decorators and designers has skillfully created a space that definitely makes an impression, thanks to its wonderful atmosphere, its fabulous location and its range of dishes.
With a distinctively urban style and a kitchen that remains open all day, it’s the perfect place to enjoy the best Italian specialties with strong influences from other cultures in the Mediterranean Basin. The restaurant boasts an open kitchen, a wood-fired oven and shelves crammed with books on architecture which help to create an ambiance with a very particular feel and charm.
Bosco de Lobos—a real oasis that is discreetly tucked away, a veritable paradise for lovers of architecture and design—will certainly become one of your favorites after you’ve paid it a visit.
Bosco de Lobos
Colegio Oficial de Arquitectos de Madrid
C/ Hortaleza 63
Tel: 915 249 464
How to get there:
A pleasant 35-minute stroll through the heart of Madrid will take you from our building of designer apartments and suites, Eric Vökel Atocha Suites at calle Vizcaya, 9 to Bosco de Lobos Restaurant, through Paseo del Prado.
And if you stay at Eric Vökel Madrid Suites at San Bernardo, 61 right in the Malasaña neighborhood, it’s only a 12-minute walk away.