See also: 100 Things to Do in Madrid
1. Cocido Madrileño
Where to Get Cocido Madrileño in Madrid: Restaurante Doña Juana, just a few minutes from Sol, serves Cocido Madrileño six days a week (they're closed on Mondays).
2. Chocolate con Churros
Where to Get Chocolate con Churros in Madrid: Chocolateria de San Gines, close to Sol
3. Cochinillo Asado (Roast Suckling Pig)
Where to Get Cochinillo Asado in Madrid: El Sobrino de Botin (commonly known as 'El Botin') is the oldest restaurant in the world and was Hemingway's favorite restaurant (he says as much in his book The Sun Also Rises). It also makes great cochinillo asado. The kitchen is constantly preparing the pig, so you are guaranteed the freshest of dishes every time.
4. Bocadillo de Calamares
Where to Get Bocadillo de Calamares in Madrid: El Brillante, just across from the Atocha train station, claims to do the best squid sandwiches in Madrid, and few disagree!
5. Callos a la Madrileña
Where to Get Callos a la Madrileña in Madrid: Several places on Cava Baja serve callos, the most famous being La Chata.