Located in Madrid’s iconic Plaza de la Independencia, Ramses offers a unique experience for those looking for a culinary experience that combines gastronomy, art, music, and design – all under one roof. (Please click on photo to enlarge and see slideshow).
This painfully beautiful three-story urban oasis, designed by renowned French architect Philippe Starck, is the ideal venue for Madrid’s beau monde and international jet-setters to indulge in some of the most exquisite cuisine in the Spanish capital.
Ramses occupies a historic building that underwent a complete renovation by Touza Arquitectos, creating Madrid’s first multi-space in which contrasting but complimentary design concepts interact to provide guests with a deliciously surreal experience.
One of the most charming outdoor experiences can be had at its exclusive Terrace. Open year-round, patrons can enjoy the gorgeous views of Puerta de Alcalá. In the super glamorous Champagne Bar, meanwhile, guests enjoy an extensive list of the world’s best champagnes and most sophisticated tapas.
For Mediterranean haute cuisine, there is no better spot than Suria, one of Madrid’s top restaurants. This chameleonic eatery, led by star chef Aurelio Morales, can easily be transformed into four distinct spaces depending on your particular style and needs. The Delicatessen Room is another alternative, hosting private events and parties in a superbly designed atmosphere
If you are looking for a more intimate experience with a bit or art thrown in, Petit constitutes the ideal setting thanks to its Napoleonic mirrors, tapestries, and ideograms. Not to be outdone, Levinage is the perfect private room in Ramses’ well-appointed wine cellar.
Ramses is, without a doubt, one of the most avant-garde and unique restaurants in Spain. Impressive décor, unrivalled ambiance, and an eclectic mix of fashion, art, design, and music make it a place where any dream is possible.
Address: Plaza de la Independencia, 4, 28001 Madrid, Spain
Telephone: +34 914 35 16 66
Special thanks to: Miren Cerrato – Damas Catrinas.
Focal Journey (by Gustavo Espinola)