A trip to Barcelona is something you’ll always remember. The history of the place is truly amazing and the culture is like none other in the entire world. In between visiting the major attractions and wandering the breathtaking streets of the city, make time to enjoy some of the outstanding cuisine that makes Barcelona so special.
ABaC (Avinguda del Tibidabo, 1)
Consistently called one of Barcelona’s best restaurants, ABaC has one Michelin star and serves Catalan food with a modern twist. It’s housed in the ABac hotel and is easy to find. The high class restaurant is small and seats only 56 diners in its creamy white and tastefully decorated dining room. Menu options include tartare, smoked lamb, duck and a variety of fish entrees.
Sauc Olha Hotel (Carrer Laietana, 49)
This restaurant promises to delight and refresh you during your stay in Barcelona. Not only are you guaranteed delicious food, but the service is fast and friendly. The place is located just a short walk from the Urquinaona station and less than two miles from Sagrada Familia. Try the black pudding or the chocolate and passion fruit pudding.
Cinc Sentits (Carrer d’ Aribau, 58)
Here’s a restaurant that puts a modern spin on the traditional cuisine of Spain. That means you can choose from a wide range of fresh and delicious seafood that is couriered straight to the restaurant once it’s been caught. You can also enjoy other local ingredients, ranging from the butter to the fois gras. The central location makes it easy to get to and will be a meal you’ll never forget.
Els Pescadors (Placa Prim, 1)
Located in the Poblenou neighbourhood, Els Pescadors is the place to go for fresh seafood in Barcelona. The restaurant has been around since the 19th century and combines Spanish history with a remarkable meal. The cod is the top specialty at Els Pescadors, but you will also be happy with anything you order. Because the place is so sought after, reservations are strongly encouraged.
Moo (Rossello, 265)
Moo has a catchy name and serves a variety of Catalan food with a fancy twist. Located in the heart of Barcelona, mere minutes from Placa de Catalunya square and the Diagonal metro station, the restaurant is well known among foodies and is sure to delight your inner gastronomic. The food is outstanding, but the wine can’t be missed either. Try one of the 600 varieties in the cellar with meals like free range chicken terrine or suckling pig.
Barcelona is also home to a wide range of cuisines and dining establishments. Wandering the streets and squares will give you plenty of café options. You won’t ever be at a disadvantage when it comes for finding an unforgettable meal in Barcelona.