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When it Comes to Tapas, This is the Hottest Ticket in Town

November 2021 | Editors Note: I am sad to report that Tickets Restaurant closed earlier in the year. RIP, Tickets!

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Find out what it’s like to eat tapas at Tickets Restaurant Barcelona plus my best tips for getting a reservation, what to order, and how much it costs!

What is Tickets Restaurant?

Tickets is a Michelin star tapas restaurant in Barcelona’s edgy El Raval barrio. It’s run by Albert Adrià and his brother Ferran, the geniuses behind what was once considered the best restaurant on the planet – El Bulli.

Ranked #20 on the list of The World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2019, a lot has been said about the dining experience at Tickets Barcelona. Critics applaud its playful attitude, mastery of molecular gastronomy, and memorable small plates that surprise and delight discerning diners from near and far.

According to the Tickets BCN website,

Tickets presents a different and informal way of living a haute cuisine experience through its tapas. A playful and fun space where the room and the food create “La vida tapa”.

When it comes to tapas, this is the hottest Ticket town.

But what’s it really like? This theatrical tapas bar where you can experience la vida tapa?

Let me tell you about my experience eating there…

How to Get a Reservation at Tickets Restaurant

First things first. If you want to experience Tickets for yourself, you need to get a reservation. And getting one is no easy task.

Reservations can only be made via the Tickets Restaurant website. The website accepts reservations for all six restaurants offered by Albert and Ferran Adrià, and to be honest, it’s a bit of a nightmare.

To get started, select your language, then click on the red icon that says Tickets.

Now click on the red ‘Reservations’ button. Here are a few tips to improve your odds of success:

  • Tickets restaurant reservations run on a two-month booking window. For example, tables for May 18 become available for booking March 18 at midnight local time. They usually sell out in under 10 minutes.
  • Not only does it have to be midnight in Barcelona, but it also has to be midnight on your computer. Set the time zone on your system clock to CET (Central European Time) before attempting to book your table.
  • Singles cannot reserve a table but they can reserve a seat at the bar counter. (From the bar, you can watch up close and personal as talented young chefs wield their blowtorches, smoking guns, and tweezers.)
  • You need to have a credit card to make a reservation.  If you’re a no-show, your card will also be charged 50€ per person.
  • If there’s nothing available, you can add your name to their waiting list and then pray there’s a cancellation.

NOTE: The restaurant closes twice a year for vacation, from April 14 – 22 and from August 11 – 25.

Insider’s Tip: If you’re planning a trip to Barcelona, I highly recommend adding a food tour to your itinerary! I ate my way through El Born, Raval, and Gotico on a Savor Spain tour and loved every minute of it.




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Here’s a Hot Tip for Scoring a Reservation at the Last Minute

In an interview with Food & Wine magazine, head chef Fran Agudo offered this advice:

“We had no-shows when Barcelona was playing [soccer] matches because a lot of locals on that day would not show up,” he says. “So it was a good tip to give to guests that you can try your luck on that day and check if someone canceled.

It’s worth a try!

The Menu at Tickets Barcelona

The Tickets Restaurant menu focuses on regional ingredients that showcase the classic flavors of Catalonia. The menus change with the season and consist mostly of tapas and small plates. You can view the menu in English HERE. 

You have two menu options at Tickets BCN. You can order from the menu or you can go with a custom tasting menu where your server chooses an assortment of tapas for you, based on your likes and dislikes.

I was feeling adventurous the night I ate there so I decided to let the server do the choosing. If you do the same, you’ll be asked if there are any foods you don’t like or are allergic to. Don’t hold back. When my server asked me, I didn’t list every single food I don’t like. Just the main ones. Oysters and offal. Then, part way through the meal, I was presented with a heaping dish of green peas. My server wasn’t impressed when I said, “Oh, I forgot to tell you. I don’t like peas!”.

You’ll be brought dish after dish until you say STOP. There is no talk of prices so if you’re concerned about budget, keep a running tally in your head. You can estimate about 6€ per person per dish.

For more great places to eat, check out these top 10 Barcelona restaurants for first-time visitors.

Tickets Barcelona Tapas (photos)

Here’s a look at the tapas I ate (minus the peas).

It looks like a lot. I know. But keep in mind these are very small portions. When a plate is set down in front of you, more often than not your server will tell you, “two fingers, one bite”.

Olive-s Olive juice is transformed into a solid olive through a spherification process with calcium chloride, alginate, and xanthan gum.

Jamón:  Jamón Ibérico de Bellota, a free-range, acorn-fed version of the ham recognized as the finest ham in the world.

Nuestro Pan Tomato:  Tickets interpretation of one of Catalonia’s defining dishes, Pa amb tomàquet (bread with tomato).

Mini Airbag de Formatge Manxec:  Mini airbag with manchego cheese foam, hazelnut oil, and caviar.

Nigen Berenjena:   Crunchy Nigiri with flamed eggplant and soy pearls.

Atún Picante Spicy tuna belly tartar with nori seaweed, avocado cream, and wasabi.

Paisaje Nórdico:  Nordic Landscape with marinated aged beef, smoked cheese, and vinegar powder

 Naranja Helada:  Frozen orange with chili, Gordal olive jus, and pumpkin seed oil.

 Esparrrago Tronco:  White asparagus with white asparagus cream.

 Pulpo Crujiente :  Crispy Octopus

 Spaghetti Setas:  Noodles with mushrooms and parmesan.

 Cerdo Sacudido Crujiente Taco:  Crunchy Sucking Pig Taco with hoisin mayonnaise and pickled cucumber.

Tickets Barcelona Desserts (photos)

Once you let your server know you’ve had enough, you’ll be escorted to the dessert room. It’s a crazy colorful place filled with whimsy and giant fruit. Like Alice’s Wonderland.

The same rules apply here. Tiny desserts will continue to delight you until you say STOP.

 Rosa, esfera de litchi y frambuesa:  Rose with lychee and raspberry sphere, with rose water gelatin.

Taco de Pera:  Pear sorbet with coriander and mint.


El Cheesecake de Tickets:  Tickets cheesecake with hazelnuts and white chocolate.

Tapones de corcho: Chocolate cork

In a hurry? We’ve got plenty of tips for finding delicious fast food in Barcelona.

How Much Does it Cost to Eat at Tickets Restaurant?

My bill came to 105,63€ (about $130 USD). That’s pretty much what I expected it to be and not unreasonable for a restaurant with a Michelin star.

Here’s the breakdown…


Olive-s:  2,50€
Jamon:  6,70€
Nuestro Pan Tomato: 0,80€
Mini airbag de formatge manxec: 3,00€
Nigen berenjena: 3,90€
Atún Picante: 5,20€
Paisaje Nórdico: 5,60€
Naranja Helada: 3,80€
Esparrrago Tronco: 5,80€
Pulpo Crujiente: 8,90€
Spaghetti Setas: 8,60€
Cerdo Sacudido Crujiente Taco: 5,40€


Rosa, esfera de litchi y frambuesa: 3,20€
Taco de pera:  4,15€
Baklava: 6,60€
El Cheesecake de Tickets: 6,68€
Tapones de corcho: 4,10€


Sangria:  6,00€
Water: 5,00€
Taxes:  9,60€

TOTAL: 105,63€ (about $130 USD)

Did I Love It?

This post wouldn’t be a review if I didn’t include a few words on whether or not I enjoyed my dining experience at Tickets Restaurant. The answer is not really. And there are two reasons why.

First, I felt very rushed. No sooner would I pop a bit of something into my mouth, then my server would whisk away the empty plate and put something else down in front of me. She was overly attentive, hovering a foot or two away throughout the meal, watching me. I got the impression I was being hurried along so they could give my stool to the next person.

Second, the tapas weren’t all that delicious. Yes, they were playful and creative. Delightful to look at. But not as yummy as some of the food I ate at Barcelona restaurants without a Michelin star (like these fantastic places).

Eating at Tickets Barcelona is a unique experience. Not life changing by any means, but something to be experienced and enjoyed for what it is. 

One of the best things I did in Barcelona was take a cooking class. Learning to make paella is an unforgettable hands-on culinary experience! Pre-book your paella cooking class in Barcelona now.  

For more fun things to do in Barcelona, check out this insider’s guide to the most epic and fabulous things to do in her home town.


Tickets Restaurant is located in El Ravel. It’s an easy 25-minute walk from the World Trade Center.

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Tuesday thru Friday, 7:00 pm – 10:30 pm
Saturday, 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm, 7:00 pm – 10:30 pm
Sunday, Monday – Closed


Phone: +34 932 92 42 52

Email:  [email protected]


(Of course, there’s plenty more to do in Barcelona than tasting tapas! This 3-day Barcelona itinerary is filled with ideas.)


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Menu del dia in Barcelona: everything you need to know

Menu del dia is a complex lunch that will relieve hunger for a long time. The portion size is much larger than the standard one, so it is not entirely correct to characterize the menu of the day as a business lunch in the classical sense. The filling can be different, but most often served:

  • first
  • second
  • dessert
  • local wine

After this, you don’t want to return to routine work.

The thought arises that the siesta, honored in Barcelona and other cities in Spain, did not appear as a way to escape the heat. The real reason is not doing anything after enjoying the Spanish menu of the day. “Well, eat, now you can sleep.” Perhaps this phrase from the famous Soviet cartoon perfectly describes desires after a hearty dinner.

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When menu del dia is served in Barcelona

Menu of the day in Barcelona

The menu of the day is available during strictly limited hours determined by each establishment. In most cases, such a menu is served from 13 to 16 on weekdays, but there are cafes in Barcelona that indulge in such a lunch even on Saturday and Sunday at a slightly higher price. As a rule, on weekends, guests purchase dishes separately.

What’s on the menu of the day

The offer is revised from time to time, but customers have the right to choose from 3-4 variations of the first, second, and dessert. Such an offer might start with soup, an appetizer, or a salad. Then comes the time for slightly more satisfying dishes from different types of meat.

On Thursday, many places in Barcelona indulge in paella.

The check will include drinks and bread.

One of two things must be kept in mind when notifying about the inclusion of drinks in the price:

  1. You have the right to choose one glass of tea, water, soda or something with low alcohol.
  2. When specifying wine, a jug of a young drink or a bottle (1 copy for 2 persons) is served. Choosing something other than wine, the visitor will be offered only 1 glass.

This is often found in provincial establishments or inexpensive restaurants in Barcelona, ​​which are oriented towards the indigenous population.

You can find out what dishes make up such a menu on the board installed near the entrance to the establishment. If you have any questions, you need to ask the waiter for help.

OUR ADVICE. If you’re planning to visit the Sagrada Familia and other Barcelona attractions in one day, take a look at the Barcelona Day Pass to save time and money. The price of the card includes skip-the-line tickets to the main attractions of Barcelona, ​​transfers from the seaport and back, travel by tourist bus and discounts on many museums and other places of interest in Barcelona. Detailed information here.

How much is the menu of the day in Barcelona

The average cost of the menu of the day is between 10 and 15 euros. There are plenty of restaurants in Barcelona that offer set menus. Recommendations for choosing – in a separate material.

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10 places to eat for 5 euros

We have already talked about how to eat cheaply in Barcelona, ​​but what to do if you have only a penny in your pocket, there is little time or you just want to have a bite to eat on the go? It is for this case that we have compiled for you this top 10 delicious and inexpensive snacks from ten countries of the world that your stomach and wallet will like. Barcelona is a rather expensive city, but it is in these proven places that you can try not the banal shawarma or McDonald’s, but something interesting.
A great option to take some goodies with you and have a picnic on the beach or in the park.
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La Fabrica

If you’re missing grandma’s pastries while traveling, we can offer you a Latin American alternative. Empanadas are baked pies with various fillings, and La Fabrica has 24 of them. Be careful with the spicy ones, they are actually spicy. A great snack option is to grab a combo of two empanadas and a drink for only €5.
Address: Carrer del Call, 19
Metro station: Jaume I (M: L4)
Opening hours: Monday – Sunday 11:00-23:00


The famous Conesa bocadillos are different from the usual dry and cold baguette sandwiches because their filling is juicy, the dressings are delicious, and the bocadillo itself is hot. And, since the Parliament of Catalonia and the City Hall of Barcelona are located very close, for 57 years Conesa has been feeding the most important politicians in the region with morning sandwiches.
The average price of a bocadillo is 4-5 euros.
Address: Carrer de la Llibreteria, 1
Metro station: Jaume 1 (M: L4)
Opening hours: Monday – Saturday 8:15 – 22:15

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Bo de B

You can easily find Bo de B, because there is always an endless line crowding around it. But the wait is worth it. Bo de B is a cafe offering a cross between a Spanish bocadillo and a Turkish shawarma, with your choice of toppings from the variety of ingredients available. Delicious, lick your fingers. The average price is 3 – 4 euros.
Address: Carrer de la Fusteria, 14
Metro station: Barceloneta (M: L4)
Opening hours: Monday – Friday 12:00-00:00, Saturday 12:00-01:00, Sunday 12:00-19: 30

Taco Alto

Tacos are a traditional Mexican dish. A corn or wheat tortilla with a juicy filling spiced with guacamole or fresh salsa. The Taco Alto menu includes small tacos priced at 2 and 2.5 euros, which can be taken away or eaten on the spot.
Address: Carrer del Portal Nou, 62
Metro station: Arc de Triomph (M: L1)
Opening hours: Monday – Sunday 12:30-00:00

The dog is hot

If the usual American buns If you are not surprised with sausages, then we advise you to try the unusual hot dogs invented in Barcelona. You can create your own recipe for the perfect hot dog, or you can choose something from the menu. I love rusticdog, which includes sausage, arugula, tomato and oregano. The average price of a hot dog is 4 euros.
Address: Carrer Joaquín Costa, 47
Metro station: Urquinaona (M: L1)
Opening hours: Monday – Saturday 13:00 – 23:00


The best place in Barcelona to taste classic Greek gyros and souvlaki. A menu of drink, french fries and a meat gyros costs only 5. 50 euros, while the gyros itself costs 3.50 euros. Greek beer and wine are also on the menu.
Address: Calle Escudellers 40
Metro: Drassanes (M: L3)
Opening hours: Daily 13:00-16:00 and 20:00-00:00

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Wok to Walk

Fast food can be delicious and healthy, and that’s Wok to Walk. Small cafes with takeaway noodles are located in different parts of the world, and even Jamie Oliver himself in his magazine advised to have a bite to eat here, especially if time is short and hunger is not an aunt. Be careful with the choice of ingredients, as with a large number of fillers, noodles can be expensive.
Address: Carrer de Jaume I, 7
Metro station: Jaume I (M: L4)
Opening hours: Monday – Sunday 11:30-00:00

Wai Mai

Authentic rolls, sushi, noodles and gyoza in the heart of the Old City. It is especially pleasing that everything is fresh, prepared right in front of you, and it is so delicious to eat at home to your favorite TV series. The prices are just as great as the taste.
California rolls with salmon €5.95, noodles with chicken and vegetables €4.50.
Address: Carrer de l’Allada-Vermell, 19
Metro station: Jaume I (M: L4)
Opening hours:
Monday – Sunday 12:00-17:00 and 19:00 – 00:00

Les Dues Sicilies

Excellent Italian pizza, coffee and desserts. A slice of pizza cost 2 euros, a medium takeaway pizza 8 euros and a large pizza 12 euros. And please, do not forget about the divine profiteroles, because they are 1 euro each.
Address: Carrer dels Carders, 22
Metro station: Jaume I (M: L4)
Opening hours: Monday – Sunday 09:00-00:00

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In addition to the Bacoa chain, delicious burgers, which, to tell the truth, we like much more, are offered at the Bro restaurant. True, the burger here is of such a size that it is enough for two, but if you have a heroic appetite, then this snack is just what you need.