Madrid landmark. Unique environment. Living history. Excellent gastronomy. This is the Café de Oriente, opened since 1983. A cozy restaurant that offers space for every moment of the day.
Breakfasts with views of the Royal Palace, lunches and dinners in vaulted rooms, private dining rooms, and corners that preserve the secrets of ancient Madrid. Its terrace, in the Plaza de Oriente, is one of the most attractive in the capital.
Chef Roberto Hierro has managed to keep the balance between traditional French cuisine and the latest gastronomic trends.READ MORE
What more than 45 years ago was a small tavern created to employ a group of young people in Madrid next to the Teatro Real, today it is a unique business group with more than 500 employees, 10 restaurants, catering and event management lines, three hospitality schools, an online hospitality school, and a school for children 0 to 18 years old.
In addition to the Café de Oriente, other establishments of the Lezama Group include La Botillería and Taberna del Alabardero (Madrid, Pozuelo, Seville, Marbella and Washington DC). For events, Alabardero Catering serves companies and individuals who want to organize unique celebrations.
The Lezama Group defends the professionalization of the hospitality sector through its three schools: The Higher School of Hospitality in Seville, the School of Hospitality in Madrid, and Alabardero Training Costa del Sol.READ MORE
A variety of proposals for every moment of the day.
From the morning to the night its special bistro menus stand out as do the weekend nights to the rhythm of live jazz.
Unique space, unique location, professional service, and gastronomy adapted to all clients, the four most important factors to make your event a unique celebration.
Celebrate with us.
After several weeks closed as a result of COVID-19, Madrid has entered the so called phase 1 of the de-escalation and the Café de...
For some time, our customers have been asking us and finally here it is. The Café de Oriente features Takeaway service so that our...
Never in the more than 30-year history of the Café de Oriente have we been forced to close the establishment for such a long...