Top Restaurants Barcelona

Top Restaurants Barcelona

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5/5

El Xampanyet

Typically local

Local delicious tapas and homemade cava. As it may be a bit crowded, it is a place to eat while standing up, however it's totally worth it.

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5/5

Mescladís

Mediterranean kitchen

Mescladís is a social project and nonprofit that helps immigrants and native citizens through educational activities. In this case, they are integrated giving strength to their cooking skills and they offer a weekly menu to anyone interested to collaborate on this initiative.

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5/5

Bar La Plata

Typically local

La Plata is one of the most authentic 'tapas' bars in Barcelona. Located in the middle of the gothic quarter it still offers the same four traditional dishes that were served when it was opened in 1945 (bread with anchovies, ‘butifarra’, tomato and onion salad, anchovies with olives, and fried sardines).

In bar La Plata they combine tradition and quality in order to offer the best flavor in every tapa. Their selection of wines is not an exception, as well as the best 'Vermut' of the city, a Catalan drink elaborated by themselves that you will be able to drink with a traditional 'porró '.

Opening hours

Monday to Saturday: From 9 am to 3.15 pm and from 6.15 pm to 11 pm.

You may know…

In Barcelona is typical to go for a drink and eat a little tapa before lunch (2pm) in order to enjoy the sun and kill one’s hunger. One common drink that people takes is the ‘Vermut’ reason why you will listen locals saying ‘fer un Vermut (to do a ‘Vermut’) when referring to the whole concept of eating a tapa and taking a drink before lunch whatever drink they take.

In bar La Plata you will be able to try the most typical tapas eaten when ‘doing a Vermut’.

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3/5

Bar Fidel

Typically local

Bar Fidel is one of the best places to eat a ‘bocata’ within the city of Barcelona. A cozy bar with a family atmosphere and a wide menu of combinations of flavors which will make you feel totally pleased.

If you are not full enough you can also ask for a salad or a cold tapa. During the week they offer a traditional dish of the day which includes salad, bread and one drink.

Any option with chicken will be a good choice since it is cooked in the oven and becomes an exquisite option combined with other ingredients.

Recomended options: ‘Quadrophenia’, the ‘Rebotat’ and the ‘Patatas Bravas’ with all the tasty flavor of the chicken oil cooked in the oven.

A perfect choice to eat in the area of Raval for a very affordable price.

Opening Hours:

Mon. - Wed: 1pm – 17pm, 7.30pm – 1am
Thu. - Fri.: 1pm – 17pm, 7.30pm – 2am
Sat.: 12.30pm – 17pm, 7.30pm – 2am
Sun.: 12.30pm – 17pm, 7.30pm – 1am

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3/5

La Alcoba Azul

World Food

In one of the streets of the Jewish quarter of Barcelona lies the Blue Alcove. Between antique walls and Jazz music in the background you can enjoy one of its wide selection of toasts with mixtures of exquisite flavors. Its tapas and salads are also unique and you will not regret trying one of its cocktails since in La Alcoba Azul the secret ingredient is Love.

If you just want to have a drink or eat your fill do not worry because with each drink they will serve you a delicious little tapa.

Opening Hours:

Mon.-Sun.: 6 pm – 2 am


Nearby…

- Barcelona’s Cathedral
- Plaça de Sant Felip Neri
- Rambla
- Plaça Sant Jaume

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3/5

Café Godot

Mediterranean kitchen

Café Godot is located in the heart of Gràcia, one of the busiest and bohemian neighborhoods of the city, right next to the Plaza de la Vila de Gràcia.

Cafe Godot is a spacious and pleasant place with an interior terrace opened in summer. The staff is very nice and friendly. The menu is made up of exquisite Mediterranean dishes as well as homemade and traditional snacks such as patatas bravas, ‘buñuelos, and ‘Pa amb tomàquet’, among others. Its menu is very extensive since it has several sections divided into entrees, meats, fish, salads, hamburgers and desserts. The dishes combine traditional recipes with an exotic touch.

For those who like to enjoy a good brunch they also have an offer of dishes and snacks, both salty and sweet and smoothies.

You can also enjoy a midday lunch menu for € 13.50.


Opening hours:


Opened every day from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.


Recommendations: Confit de Pato casero (Homemade glacé duck)


Highlights nearby:


- Nabucco Tiramisu

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0/5

El Tomàs de Sarrià

Typically local

Bar Tomàs is located a bit far from the city centre but easily reachable with public transport. It is totally worth because, definitely, these are one of the best "Bravas" in town.

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Tickets

Gourmet

Tickets concerns a new concept of eating tapas with the latest food experimentation, so you will eat the amaziest catalan dishes in a very funny and tasty way. The creators behind these idea are the brothers of Ferran Adrià, the best chef in the world.

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El Petra

Typically local

El Petra is a Catalan and Mediterranean Restaurant which will delight you with a menu of funny and tasty plates for an affordable price.

Located few meters away from the Basilica de Santa Maria, this place has a special charm: The stone (Petra in Latin) façade, its modernist decoration with some unique and original details and the good service will make you feel like home.

If you’d like to try ingredients from the Catalan Gastronomy with a special flair this is a perfect choice. There is also a midday menu for only 12€ which includes starting, main course, dessert and one drink.

Opening hours:

Tue. – Sat.: 1pm – 4pm, 9pm – 11.30 pm.
Sun.: 1pm – 4pm
Mondays and Sundays night closed.

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