Casa Mingo

Casa Mingo is on Madrid’s Paseo de la Florida, a short walk from Prícipe Pio Metro. It is an old-style Asturian (from the region Asturias) bar/tavern which is famous for its cider, roast chicken and its chorizos. The place is popular with all sorts of people, many students frequent the bar, and the cider is brewed and bottled by them. The setting is very informal with large wooden tables and surrounded by bottles of cider. Casa Mingo is situated next door to the la Real Ermita de San Antonio, where you will find fresoes by Goya.

Metro: Prícipe Pio
Address: Paseo de la Florida, 34

See also: Madrid Restaurants

3 thoughts on “Casa Mingo

  • March 29, 2005 at 8:21 pm
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    Please send me a copy of your menus with the prices for one of my computer students. We are doing a travel project.
    I thank you for your help. Oh yes, he says he would appreciate it if you would send it in English.

  • November 22, 2005 at 3:30 am
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    Cider House Rules in Madrid

    Mad About Madrid offers its cider bar alternative to the ever-popular and crowded Casa Mingo: Corripio is an old-time Madrid bar where you can order a glass of cider (“sidra”) from the highly-regarded Asturias region and an empanada for a…

  • January 20, 2006 at 4:13 pm
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    Cider House Rules in Madrid

    Mad About Madrid offers its cider bar alternative to the ever-popular and crowded Casa Mingo: Corripio is an old-time Madrid bar where you can order a glass of cider (“sidra”) from the highly-regarded Asturias region and an empanada for a…

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