Tortilla is the diminutive form of torta, cake. This dish is called tortilla de patatas or tortilla española to distinguish … Continue Reading Tortilla de Patatas | Parlament, Cuina de Barri
Also called patatas a la brava or papas bravas, patatas bravas are a dish native to Spain. The name literally … Continue Reading Patatas Bravas | Fàbrica Moritz
Story is a tapas bar with fresh Mediterranean flavors, nice wines, surprising cocktails and crafted beer, live jazz music every … Continue Reading Stories at the Story Bar
Moritz is the oldest and still active beers of Spain. It started on Catalan ground, brought here by an Alsacian, and became a part of the history of the entire country.
Right in the middle of the most crowded place in Barcelona, las Ramblas, there’s an even more crowded place – … Continue Reading Quim de la Boqueria | Market Kitchen
“No decaf, no wi-fi, no fun for children.” Satan’s Coffee Corner is a pretty cool place. Coffee comes from all parts of the world and is roasted in Barcelona. Breakfast and meals are prepared by a Japanese chef (and artist). Music is at 55dB.
The lazy brunch might be one of the most appreciated things to do on weekend, or cap de setmana in Catalan. … Continue Reading Brunch on Passeig de San Joan
Laie Pau Claris is a nice place to escape the frenetic city life, right in the middle of it: it’s … Continue Reading Laie | Lunch at Library
This is a restaurant with no less than 8 different settings to showcase Iberian delights. Fish & seafood. Tapas & rice. Fast deli. Meat & grill. Plus 4 bars: beer, wine, oysters or cocktails bar.
A former food market with a spectacular structure. A restaurant to taste historical Catalan dishes. An archaeological site to witness … Continue Reading El Born | CCM
Over the years, la Boqueria has become the most emblematic market in Barcelona and one of the most famous of … Continue Reading La Boqueria Market
Unofficially known across the city as the sweet street, Carrer de Petritxol, a few steps away from las Ramblas, is … Continue Reading the Chocolate Street of Barcelona
The history of chocolate in Europe actually began in Barcelona, at the start of the 16th century, when Christopher Columbus … Continue Reading Chocolate and the Story of Chocolatadas
They go for brunch, for a bite in the afternoon, for dinner, for a late night snack and for any … Continue Reading Pintxos in Barri Gòtic
New Foodie Story : Escribà is an historic patisserie and cafe on Las Ramblas, now run by its fourth-generation pastry chef. Read more…