It would be a mistake not to take in the famed tapas while in Barcelona. We'll provide you with a few addresses in every budget to make your own informed decision.
If you want to enjoy really tasty and cheap tapas, you need to go to one of their temples, where you’ll find local young and not so young people. Don’t miss the chicken wings, the calamares and the “secreto de cerdo” and if you don’t like beer or you want something more Mediterranean, try the homemade sangria, tasty and fresh.Read more ›
This is the kind of place that just seems so typically Catalan that it almost hurts. A recent addition is an English language menu; that took them at least five years to make. The service is quick, but curt, and the noisy atmosphere means you shouldn't be ashamed of being noisy as well. A table in the front section is definitely the most fun.Read more ›
La Candela is a quirky restaurant in the midst of a generally very streamlined tourist route. The decor has a retro feel to it, and they're fast believers in slow food, sourcing most produce locally and organic when available. The staff can be a bit stretched, so be patient - you'll get yours.Read more ›
Again, Origens might not win the hearts of critics or foodies, but what they do, they do well: Salads, the traditional coca, stews, steaks and vegetarian options to boot. It's not the cheapest place, but after chowing through a million boring bocadillos, Origens deserve mention for consistent quality at a fair price.Read more ›