What To Eat, Where To Go
Updated on Jan 26 • 7 minute read
Spain is home to a myriad of delicious traditional foods, sweets, and unique dishes. While each region of Spain has a unique cuisine, Barcelona is the ultimate destination. Not only is Barcelona one of Spain’s best cities to live in but also one of the best Spanish cities for food.
As you walk through the streets of Barcelona, you’ll get to explore the unique and tasteful Catalan cuisine. And if you’re a foodie, your taste buds will thank you for the drool-worthy and lip-smacking tastes they’re about to discover.
With thousands of eateries spread across the streets of Barcelona, it’s nearly impossible to judge the absolute best. So to help you narrow it down, we’re sharing some of the local approved restaurants in Barcelona where you can devour local Catalan dishes.
Watch out for tourist traps
Every year Barcelona welcomes millions of visitors and not surprisingly, there’re plenty of tourist traps scattered around. To get a real feel and taste of Catalan food, prioritise going to these top places where you can eat authentic local food in Barcelona.
How much does eating out cost in Barcelona?
Meal costs in Barcelona are on the cheap side as the cost of living in is relatively low when it comes to food and entertainment.
|Fast food combo meal||€7.80|
|Inexpensive meal (Menu del dia)||€11|
|3-course meal for 2||€40|
|Local beer (0.5l)||€2.50|
|Imported beer (0.33l)||€3|
What is Barcelona’s famous food?
As Barcelona is nestled in Catalonia, it’s got quite a different gastronomical taste than the rest of Spain. Locals insist that you can’t leave Barcelona without trying these top 15 Catalonian dishes:
Fideuà– Fideuà is paella but with noodles. Unlike the original paella from Valencia, a fideuà has lots of seafood and shellfish as Barcelona is close to the coast.
Pa amb Tomàquet– Grilled bread brushed with garlic, topped with tomato relish and seasoned with pepper, salt, and olive oil. Perfect for any mealtime.
Esqueixada– This light, refreshing, ceviche style Catalan salad is made with raw salted cod (bacalao), tomatoes, onions, romesco sauce and black olives.
Escalivada– Escalivada is made of grilled eggplant, red peppers, garlic, salt and olive oil. Optionally, anchovies or sardines can be added. It’s perfect as a tapa or as a topping on another dish.
Suquet de Peix– This traditional Catalan potato-based fish stew used to be made with fresh fish that was unsold at the market. Today, you can even find bell-pepper powder, saffron, and picada, a special Catalan sauce to give this hearty dish a touch of elegance.
Escudella d’Olla– Also known as Sopa de Galets is a popular Christmas dinner dish in Catalonia. It’s a 2-part dish. The first is a hearty broth made of various types of meat. The broth or soup is served with snail-shaped pasta (Escudella). The second or main dish (d’Olla) is a platter of meats, vegetables and chickpeas.
Arròs Negre– Here’s an eye-catching dish. Squid ink is used to flavour and colour the rice black. This black rice is then served with squid and aioli.
Mandonguilles amb Sípia– A unique dish that combines stewed meatballs with cuttlefish. In fact, since Catalnonian’s love combining ingredients this combination of meat and seafood is officially called mar i muntanya (sea and mountain).
Botifarra amb Mongetes– white beans or haricot beans served with sausage (botifarra). Traditionally a hearty farmers dish that is perfect for lunch.
Cargols a la lluna– Cargols (snails) are a delicacy in this part of Spain and they’re often cooked in an oven on a tin tray with sauces or vinaigrette.
Canelons– Canneloni stuffed with stewed meat is traditional in Barcelona. It’s primarily served during Christmas when leftover meat from Christmas dinner is wrapped in cannelloni and topped with bechamel sauce.
Espinacs amb pansies i pinyons– This Catalan dish combines savoury with sweetness brilliantly. Spinach is fried in olive oil with raisins and toasted pine nuts.
Top street foods in Barcelona
Some of the best street food to enjoy in Barcelona include-
Empanada– a deep-fried doughy pastry that envelopes different sorts of fillings like meat, cheese, onions, etc.
Bombas– A crunchy round snack that is filled with potato and meat and topped with garlic aioli and a spicy red sauce.
Tortillas– A Spanish tortilla is an omelette with potatoes. Sometimes they’re also cooked with onions, garlic, pepper, etc.
Calçots– This long-stemmed green onion from Catalonia is in season from January to March. It’s grilled on an open fire and topped with romesco sauce, which is made up of red peppers, hazelnuts and almonds. You might want to use the bib and gloves as it can be messy to eat!
Croquetas– A deep-fried tapa dish that is filled with meat and bechamel sauce or potatoes. Crunchy and delicious!
Entrepà– Sandwiches in Catalan are called entrepà or bocadillos in Spanish. This baguette like bread can be stuffed with meat, cheese, fish, egg, or even something sweet.
Bikini sandwich– This Catalan street food is called a Bikini sandwich because street vendors have been selling these ham-cheese sandwiches in front of Barcelona’s Bikini Club for years. In other parts of Spain, this sandwich is called mixto.
Traditional desserts in Barcelona
Aside from the super-popular churros, here’re 6 local desserts that we recommend you try in Barcelona:
Mató– A creamy, sweet cheese that is often topped with walnuts and honey. It’s healthy and delicious!
Crema Catalana– Similar to creme brûlée, this vanilla custard is torched until it creates a light crust. Its uniqueness lies in its citrusy and cinnamony taste.
Leche Frita– Although the literal translation is fried milk, this custard-like dough is deep-fried and dusted with sugar to make for a perfect dessert.
Pastisset– Filled with almonds, these little cakes are a must-try!
Menjar Blanc– This almond milk pudding with a hint of lemon and cinnamon is perfect for vegans too. The recipe for this dish dates back to the oldest Catalan cookbook!
Xuxo– This Catalan doughnut is stuffed with pastry cream and sprinkled with dusty sugar.
Where to eat in Barcelona?
Now, if you’re ready to check out some of the best local dishes, you’ll want to try them at one of the 16 eateries below:
1. Bar del Pla
Located in El Born district, this popular joint offers comfort food that tastes delicious. They add an international touch to their Catalan flavours and also offer great Catalan wines for you to try.
2. La Cova Fumada
Although easy to miss, this one is worth the trouble of finding it. This is a family-run restaurant that’s been serving authentic tapas dishes since 1944!
Louro is a Galician restaurant located in the El Raval district. It’s located in a beautiful building and is frequented by locals, has delicious food, great service, and a nice atmosphere.
4. Bodega Joan
Located in Eixample, Bodega Joan is value for money. It’s known for its friendly staff, tasty paella, charcuterie platters, and other Catalan dishes.
5. El Nacional
A paradise-like up-scale food court is the best way to describe El Nacional. You can taste your way through the 4 bars and 4 culinary sections.
6. La Paradeta
Won’t you love to choose fresh fish and have it cooked in front of you in a style you like? Well, that’s possible at any of La Paradeta’s locations. Simply pick fresh seafood in this market-style seafood joint, grab a drink, and enjoy!
A good staff, cheap but big tapas portions, and a buzzing atmoshphere await you at the popular Jai-Ca in Barceloneta.
8. Can Paixano
Located in buzzing Barceloneta, Can Paixano is the place to be! It’s one of those places that is famous for being cheap, but in a good way. Locals recommend hitting this place up for a drink and pairing it up with croquetas, cheese platter, or a botifarra sausage.
9. La Bombeta
This place is quirky, authentic, and loved by locals. They serve up traditional Catalan food and are known for their bombas. They’ve no wifi, accept no credit cards, and encourage people to enjoy the moment.
10. Xiringuito Escribà
It’s located in Poble Nou and offers an excellent seaside view. The higher prices here speak for the quality and if you want to splurge on seafood, this is the place to do that.
11. Quimet I Quimet
This family run restaurant might be a hole in the wall, but oh so worth it! They’re known for their quirky interior decorated with bottles from around the world and the yummy montaditos – tiny sandwiches made in front of you.
12. Can Margarit
Here you’ll get served up with a free glass of cava as you enter. They offer authentic, traditional, and rustic Catalan and Andalusian food. Their rabbit stew (jumillana) is highly recommended.
13. Los Toreros
This is located in an unpretentious spot in a space with bull-fighting relics and mementoes. Serving a menu filled with tapas and thoughtful wine pairings, you can easily eat here on a budget!
14. La Dolca Herminia
Tucked away in an old theatre with vaulted ceilings and crisp white tablecloths, this staple eatery is offering a wide variety of specialities. They also boast a set menu that includes a drink, allowing you to sample several Catalan dishes at a more economical price.
15. Cerveceria Catalana
If you’ve been yearning for freshly squeezed orange juice and the tastiest breakfast tapas in the city, then you’ve landed in the right place. The atmosphere is fun and hip, making this a great brunch spot.
16. La Boqueria
La Boqueria is the biggest and highly popular food market in the city. It dates back to 1217 and continues to attract locals and tourists alike. Of the many bars and restaurants found here, try out El Pinotxo Bar. It’s constantly noted as Barcelona’s best low-key tapas bar where you can enjoy the vibrant atmosphere of bustling counter service and piping hot food.
Fine Dining – A Dinner to Remember
When considering a fine-dining experience, keep in mind that Barcelona is a very large city, along with a number of tourists to add to the crowds. So, if you are planning to dine at a popular upscale restaurant, it’s always best to make reservations well in advance.
Owned by the famed Gotanegra family of Barcelona, this upmarket seafood restaurant is the ideal spot to enjoy a meal that’s delightful and classy. With a lovely wine list to accompany the heralded dishes, there’s also a location in Madrid.
Serving modern Catalan dishes, this intimate restaurant is only open to 56 diners at a time. Beyond the food, guests love the upscale design and the relaxed ambience, making it an excellent choice for date night or a delicious meal in an upscale environment.
Getting to these eateries
No matter in which Barcelona neighbourhood you’re in, getting to any of these eateries is easy. Barcelona has a reliable public transport system that’s also relatively cheap. So hop on and get exploring!
If you want to explore all these eateries by restaurant hopping, we recommend having activities in between eating. Why not hit up the art museums and galleries in the day and the nightclubs in the night? With so much to do, it’s going to be a day to remember!
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Top 8 Must-Eat Foods In Barcelona You Must Try At Least Once – BonAppetour
Everyone knows that Spain is a dream destination for foodies, but not everyone realises just how varied the cuisine is from region to region.
The good news is that if you’re planning a trip to Barcelona – the capital city of the Catalan community – there are all sorts of local must-eat foods to delve into, many of which date back to hundreds if not thousands of years.
Here are a few dishes that you simply can’t miss during your time in Barcelona.
No foodie trip to Spain would be complete without a paella feast! This iconic rice and seafood dish actually originates from Valencia and was originally made with beans and meat instead of fish a shellfish.
Today, in every corner of Spain, paella is reserved for important celebrations and family occasions.
Where to eat it: There’s absolutely no question the best paella is always homemade paella. It takes a very long time to cook, so it’s difficult for restaurants to make fresh. Only 5 minutes walk from Gaudí’s iconic landmark Park Güell, talented home-chefs Bego and Iván offers Barcelona’s best paella in town using a traditional recipe from Alacant.
You can watch their whole cooking process while you enjoy an ecological white wine, from El Pla de Manlleu or rosé wine from Penedès A.O., a region famous for its excellent wines and cavas.
During the dark days of the Spanish Civil War, Barcelona was fraught with danger. Anarchists and revolutionaries roamed the then slummy streets of Barceloneta (now the city’s glitzy seafront neighbourhood), hurling handmade grenades in their fight against General Franco’s Fascists.
These tiny grenades turned out to be extremely effective, and inspired a local (and highly imaginative) chef to create what is now one of Barcelona’s most iconic tapas dishes, “la bomba” (or the bomb).
It’s basically a tennis ball-sized potato croquette served with two different sauces: a white garlic allioli that represents the string fuse that the anarchists would light before launching their grenades, and a rich and spicy red sauce that represents the bombs’ explosive qualities.
Not only are bombas delicious, but they are quite literally an edible piece of Catalan history, a must for all foodies in Barcelona!
Where to eat it: There are lots of good places to eat “bombas” in Barcelona, but it’s rumoured that they were invented at La Cova Fumada, a crumbling old hole-in-the wall type of place in the heart of Barceloneta.
HIGHLIGHT: In case you’re interested in learning to cook a complete Barcelona meal, you should check out home-chef Núria’s widely popular Half-day Catalan Home Cooking Classes.
Her classes take place at her home in the heart of Barcelona and she offers 3 classes, each with a different theme. Each class consists of a main dish, 2 fresh market tapas, and a dessert.
Calçots and romesco sauce
The calçot is a type of green onion that is native to the region of Catalonia. They come into season at the end of winter and the locals celebrate their arrival with wild street barbecues. These sweet onions (and all sorts of meats) are grilled to enjoy with homemade romesco sauce, a traditional Catalan salsa made with hazelnuts, almonds, and red peppers. It really is the ultimate foodie fiesta!
Where to eat it: The biggest “calçotada” parties happen out in the countryside, where rural communities get first pickings, but you will find plenty of street parties throughout Barcelona. You can also enjoy this rustic ritual at restaurants Quinabarra and L’Antic Forn in the city centre.
Highlight: No trip to Barcelona is complete without touching fresh calçot in the famous Boqueria market. Angels & Carmen, Foodie Sisters as the world calls them, offer Boqueria Market Tour & Best Spanish Cooking Class in Barcelona.
Probably the most authentic Catalan salad you can eat, this light and rustic feast is made with “bacalao” (or raw salted cod) and served with romesco sauce, tomatoes, onions, and black olives. It’s fresh and zesty, perfect with a glass of sparkling Catalan Cava!
Where to eat it: The old-world restaurant La Vinateria del Call (which is said to be the oldest wine bar in Barcelona) is the perfect place to discover this good old fashioned local dish.
Pa amb Tomàquet
It’s true what they say: “The simple things are always the best.” And it’s especially true in this case. Translated literally as “bread with tomato,” this is an essential dish that can be enjoyed as an accompaniment with every meal from breakfast to lunch and dinner.
It’s basically bread-rubbed with garlic and the juice of a tomato and seasoned with olive oil, salt, and pepper. Some places even serve the ingredients separately so you can make it yourself.
Stack it with cheese and/or slices of meat, and you’ll find yourself in foodie heaven in no time.
Where to eat it: Everywhere and anywhere that you eat tapas! If you go to a restaurant and they don’t have it, you’re not in a good restaurant.
Like so many of Spain’s iconic dishes, escalivada is all about showcasing the quality of each ingredient. It’s made simply by grilling eggplant and red peppers over an open wood fire and serving them on toasted bread with lashings of quality olive oil, garlic, salt – and if you’re lucky, anchovies.
It’s simple, but spectacularly delicious.
Where to eat it: Pop into Sésamo in the ever trendy Sant Antoni neighbourhood and you’ll soon understand why the locals love this ancient dish so much.
France may be the most famous country in Europe when it comes to cheese, but with its quantity, quality and diversity, there’s no denying that Spain is a close contender. And in Barcelona, or anywhere else in Catalonia for that matter, the one cheese you simply must try is mató.
Soft, sweet, and spreadable (a lot like ricotta), the Catalans eat this unsalted goats cheese with honey and walnuts – the perfect regional dessert!
Where to eat it: Anywhere that offers it is good, but for a taste tour of Catalonia’s finest cheeses, pop into the Formatgeria la Seu and speak to Katherine, a Scottish lady with an immense knowledge of Catalonia’s many options.
Last but not least, crema Catalana! Made with a creamy vanilla custard and blow torched until it forms a glassy crust, you may well recognise this as “creme brûlée.”
In fact, it’s basically the same thing – the Catalans will tell you they created first, the French argue that they did. Either way, once you crack open the crunchy top layer with your spoon, you’re sure to fall in love!
Where to eat it: All Spanish/Catalan restaurants will offer it as a standard dish, but at Pastisseria Escribà they serve it over waffles to make it doubly decadent!
You can always try delicious tapas and seafood paella with a professional Spanish chef, attend a Spanish cooking class together with a Boqueria market tour, or have Paella over lunch.
What to try in Barcelona from food: dishes and products – Barcelona10
Catalonia is famous for its original, hearty and delicious recipes. Therefore, when going to this region, do not forget about the gastronomic part of your trip. And we will first introduce you to the dishes that are worth trying in Barcelona, as they are made best here.
We recommend combining tasty and educational by participating in one of the gastronomic tours with Russian-speaking guides. And for more Barcelona holiday tips, including a list of restaurants and cafes for all budgets, download our travel guide app.
The first dish that comes to mind is paella. You simply must try it when you are in Catalonia. This is perhaps the most traditional Spanish dish. Paella used to be the food of farmers, but today almost every restaurant includes this dish in its menu. Paella is made from rice. Either seafood, or chicken, or pork, or veal are added to rice. In Catalonia, the first option is the most common, so you can eat especially delicious paella in seafood restaurants. By the way, if you are a seafood lover, be sure to go on a tour of oyster farms.
» READ ALSO – Where to taste the best paella in Barcelona
Gazpacho is one of the most famous dishes of Spanish and Catalan cuisine. This is a cold soup that is especially nice to eat in summer. Gazpacho is very healthy, as it is prepared from raw vegetables (mainly tomatoes), so all the vitamins are preserved.
Tapas are an integral part of Catalan cuisine. In simple words, tapas is any snack served with beer or wine, such as olives or nuts, or a separate small dish: salad, scrambled eggs, kebab, sandwich, etc. There are a lot of tapas bars in Catalonia.
Serrano ham with bread and tomatoes (Jamón serrano)
More of an appetizer than a full meal, this dish is extremely delicious with beer. Serrano ham, also known as Serrano jamon, is served in thin slices with white bread, on which tomatoes are also grated with a thin layer. The name of this ham comes from the word sierra (sierra) – a mountain range where salting and curing of meat in a natural way takes place throughout the year.
» READ ALSO — Where and what is the best jamon to buy in Barcelona
Omelet with potatoes (Tortilla de patatas)
Yes, with potatoes! This is how the Spaniards prepare their omelet. Sometimes onions and tomatoes can be added to the dish. An omelet looks like a pie and is served hot or cold cut into triangular pieces. Very filling and incredibly tasty! Perfect for an inexpensive lunch.
Butifarra Catalan sausage
Butifarra are traditional Catalan sausages. This dish is usually served with white beans, but salad and french fries are a popular variant.
Between the sea and the mountains (Mar i Muntanya)
If you have to try anything in Barcelona food, then this is Mar i Muntanya. A dish with an interesting name, and in terms of composition, it also implies a very unusual combination of products. one plate fits chicken and shrimp with tomato, onion and garlic sauce. In many restaurants, you can also find combinations of this dish with various types of meat and fish.
Delicious traditional Catalan sauce made with almonds, garlic, hot peppers, tomatoes and olive oil. Ideal for meat dishes.
Caracoles a la catalana
The Spaniards are very fond of caracoles, or garden snails, which are cooked right in the “houses” with the addition of tomatoes, peppers and herbs. This dish is especially common in the regions: in the province of Lleida, at the end of May, a gastronomic festival in honor of the snail (Aplec de Cargol) is even held.
Here we come to the desserts of Barcelona. The original Catalan dessert, Panellets, is made with almonds and sweet potatoes, such an interesting and satisfying combination. You can try the cake in any pastry shop in Barcelona.
And this is a dish you rarely get to try, so take advantage of the moment. Creme Catalana is a very tasty Catalan dessert, reminiscent of French creme brulee. Made with milk, eggs, caramel and caramelized sugar.
When asked what sweets to try in Barcelona, everyone immediately answers – turron. This traditional Catalan sweet is incredibly popular. It is made from almonds, honey and sugar. This is a very sweet and tough delicacy, which is good to bring as a souvenir. There are several different variations of turron, with a milder version made with olive oil. You can also add hazelnuts instead of almonds. In many candy stores, you can try small pieces of turron before you buy it.
» SEE ALSO – Sweet Barcelona: What sweets to try
Sangria needs no introduction, it is a traditional light alcoholic drink made from wine and fruit. In Barcelona, chilled sangria is drunk everywhere; in the heat, it is especially pleasant. And where exactly to try the most delicious sangria, read in this article.
As experts say: “If you are going to Barcelona, do not eat for a week before this”. So it is, not a single tourist has remained indifferent to Catalan cuisine. The simplest walk quickly turns into a gastronomic one, because the city is famous for its cool and unusual restaurants, and you can’t get around everything. But keep yourself in control, because Spanish cuisine is also very high in calories)))
Have a delicious trip!
Barcelona food – what to try in Barcelona?
We will tell you how to eat tasty and cheap in the Catalan capital, and also share the TOP 10 best tapas in Barcelona
The national food of Barcelona is extensive and varied, so every self-respecting tourist or traveler should definitely try all the splendor of local dishes. No trip or vacation is complete without tasting the local cuisine. After all, this seaside paradise has the largest number of bars and restaurants than any other city in Europe.
What to try in Barcelona for food? Spain and Catalonia are famous for seafood, jamon and wine, but Mediterranean Spanish cuisine is much richer. Butifarra, tortilla, patatas bravo, gazpacho, fideua, chorizo, and that’s just to start. And in each bar you will find a huge assortment of montaditas or pintxos – small sandwiches with all kinds of fillings. Of course, there are few varieties of home-made beer in Spain, but there are a myriad of varieties of wine and local cava champagne.
We are often asked how much does a meal cost in Barcelona? You can order one full and delicious lunch with a drink for 12-14 euros. A smart and economical traveler will not dine in expensive restaurants. If you want to taste several dishes inexpensively, then the best option is a business lunch. At the same time, it is not particularly important that you visit a good restaurant or a modest cafe; at lunchtime, prices are equal in almost every establishment, since it is locals, not rich tourists, who attend lunch.
Barcelona street food is a great option for a simple and tasty meal. Takeaway food is represented by numerous outlets with Italian pizza, Turkish doners and ubiquitous fast foods and coffee shops. We would like to note that fast food in Barcelona is not at all popular, as there are so many cheap tapas bars where you can eat or have a healthy and wholesome meal and at the same time the price will be affordable. Note for comparison that a small street hot dog costs 3.50 euros, and a bocadillo – a large sandwich with a choice of toppings and a cup of coffee with milk costs only 2.50 euros. So the choice for you, as well as for the locals, should be obvious.
Food prices in Barcelona go up after dark. Firstly, 10-15% is added to the bill if you eat on the terrace. Secondly, in such tourist areas as El Born, Gracia or Elxample, prices are always unreasonably high, since the main visitors are either wealthy tourists or wealthy locals. The average check for two with alcohol will be at least 50-70 euros.
If you want to save money, then a good option would be to dine in the districts of Raval, Poblesec or Montjuic.
The cost of food in Barcelona will be much lower if you move away from the city center to the usual residential areas, and visit local places accessible to locals. After all, Spaniards with one of the lowest salaries in Europe, just like budget tourists, do not have a hundred euros for one dinner. In the Parallel metro area you can eat cheap montaditos, in the Hostafranx metro area there are many accessible bars “for your own”, and most importantly, in almost every area you can find plentiful and affordable buffets.
Buffets are the cheapest food in Barcelona. Their unlimited buffet is a great opportunity to eat well and inexpensively with the whole family. The price varies from 12 to 15 euros, lunch is cheaper than dinner, drinks are usually not included. But before going to the buffet, you really need to want to eat, as the variety of foods is simply amazing. In addition to meat and fish dishes, do not forget to try the main Catalan dessert – crema catalana.
If you want something a little more local, then you should definitely visit the tapas bar. Tapas bars are small eateries. Snacking on tapas with a glass of cool beer or wine is a favorite Spanish pastime at any time of the day or night.
Food in Barcelona through the eyes of tourists is paella and sangria, but we hope you don’t limit yourself to just that. Arrange yourself a so-called gastro tour, try at least one dish you don’t know in every establishment you visit. Do not hesitate to ask the waiters for some advice, because every restaurant and chef has their signature dishes. Barcelona is a city where food is cheap and delicious if you know where to look. So leave your hotel, hit the town, and go on the hunt for a mind-blowing taste experience.
Top 10 Spanish Tapas
Baguette sandwich with various fillings.
Patatas bravas. Patatas bravas or Patatas alioli.
Fried or baked potato wedges with spicy bravas sauce. Also, this potato can be served with alioli sauce (Spanish homemade mayonnaise with garlic).
Roasted or baked green pepper sprinkled with coarse salt.
Pan con tomate. Pan con tomato.
Fresh toasted baguette rubbed with garlic and tomato.
Pies of Argentinean origin with various fillings, be careful they can be very spicy.
Montaditos or pintxos. Montaditos.
Slides. Tiered sandwiches. With anything. In Spain you can find bars that only serve beer, wine and montaditos. Moreover, slides can be with anything and very multi-level. The average price is 1-2 euros. In generous Andalusia, when ordering beer, one montaditos is given for free. So while I got drunk and ate at the same time.
Mini patties made of mashed potatoes with various fillings – with meat, jamon or cheese.
Spanish omelet with potatoes baked in the oven.
It’s hard to know what you’re eating potatoes or eggs, but for many Spaniards this is a morning classic. The same Barcelona food that gets very mixed reviews. Some people really like it, and some people don’t.
Chorizo de la abuela. Grandma’s chorizo.
Spicy fatty Spanish sausage. It has a characteristic red color due to paprika. The store sells its dry-cured version, and restaurants serve it fried in slices. Fatty, but tasty.
Andalusian calamari. Calamares a la Andalusa.
Batter-fried squid cut into rings. Served with alioli sauce.
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