world's oldest restaurant hen do in madrid
For something truly unique on your girly weekend in Madrid visiting the oldest restaurant in the world is a must! This traditional Spanish restaurant dates back to 1725 and was even written about in Hemingway's book - The Sun Also Rises, due to it being his favourite restaurant! It is also said that the famous painter Francisco de Goya used to work there as a dishwasher!
There can be fewer better ways to refuel and ready the hens for a huge night out in the scorching Spanish capital than this cultural and historical delight. The food is the stuff of legends and it's even got Guinness World Record status. Make sure the nearly wed is worrying about nothing other than how to possibly tackle her dessert after the delectable starter and main. This unforgettable dining experience will have the hens talking for years to come.
Don't forget to take a classic hen party group selfie outside the restaurant to remember your fabulous dining experience by; it's a once in a lifetime opportunity.
The restaurant is renowned for its suckling pig and roast potatoes (Hemingway's favourite), which are cooked in a wood fire oven. You'll be treated to this for a main, with soup to start and ice cream for dessert, accompanied by fine wine to wash it down. This is a great evening out and the girls will love it - besides, not many people can say they've eaten at the world's oldest restaurant!