Barcelona is bursting with fantastic restaurants! Most of them promote the amazing cuisine of Catalonia. From tapas to seafood, Barcelona has the perfect cuisine for everyone’s taste. Discover the best restaurants in Barcelona.
1. Rosa Negra:
Bueno, bonito, barato. Good, beautiful, cheap is the restaurant’s motto. This Mexican restaurant has some of the best Mexican food and drinks I’ve ever tasted. Rosa Negra is an explosion of color – orange, ref, and terracotta on the walls, decorative objects and a guacamole-green bar. Happy hour prices for mojitos and margaritas are €3.50, so it’s definitely a great place to enjoy some drinks with friends! They also offer a range of tequilas, fresh fruit juices, and Mexican beers.
2. Milk Bar & Bistro:
Run by an Irish couple, this restaurant has cemented itself as one of the premium cocktail bars in Barcelona complimented by a diverse and creative menu. Milk offers the perfect venue for every occasion (My study abroad welcome party was located here). Whether you want a birthday party to remember, dinner and a cocktail after work or school, or a big night out with friends, you can plan your night at Milk. Be sure to check out its new bigger sister restaurant, Marmalade.
Located close to the famous Sagrada Familia church, this is one of the best places for good-quality tapas. The restaurant is reasonably priced and has very friendly service. Its terrace is usually filled with families, but there is also plenty of room to eat inside. Try their delicious homemade croquetas, probably the best in the city: mushroom, foie gras, chicken, cheese and vegetable. Extensive range of very fresh tapas, including stuffed eggs, jacket potatoes filled with tuna and topped with cheese, baby clams,navajas (razor clams), salpicón de marisco (seafood salad), chocos(strips of squid in oil and parsley), sausages and cold meats.
4. Bo De B:
Famous for its amazing sandwiches, Bo De B is the spot for lunch! It’s the perfect place to get your money’s worth. This tiny sandwich joint near the marina dishes out crusty breads packed messily and to the brim with your choice of marinated meats and fresh ingredients, including vegetables and feta cheese. The line usually spills down the block during lunch hours, showing just how delicious this place really is!
The owners of this restaurant are from a renowned family restaurants in Vilanova, and they came to Barcelona to bring a new concept to the city: the Paella Club. Their menu features rice and fish dishes, but for those customers who are in a hurry, they can choose to opt for a Club, which consists of a quick starter and a rice dish, with dessert and wine included, all for a set price!