Barcelona Foodie Guide

La Sagrada Familia side view

Spanish cuisine is made up of many different cultures, with traditional foods from the Romans and the Carthaginians all playing their part in today's take on Spanish cuisine, It's especially true in Barcelona. From towering churches and bustling avenues to the sun-drenched beaches and idyllic plazas, it’s obvious why this city captures visitors’ hearts and refuses to let go. As befits the city’s Mediterranean lifestyle, you can eat incredibly well here.

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Editor's Choice

Squid stew in tomato sauce

Cera 23

Churreria San Román

Spanish seafood paella

Taverna El Glop

Smoke salmon tapas on slices of bread


Egg benedict English brunch style

Brunch & Cake Rossello

Cod fish with seasonal salad

La Flauta

  • Tapas restaurant
  • Price: $$
  • Favorite: Cod with honey and garlic sauce.
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Chorizo meat plate

100 Montaditos

  • Beer hall
  • Price: $
  • Favorite: Spanish omelet and brava sauce. Chistorra sausage, brie cheese, and caramelized onion.
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Smoked salmon ham sandwich

Tosca Tapas y Vino

  • Tapas restaurant
  • Price: $$
  • Favorite: Mussels with Cream Sauce. Smoked Salmon Sandwich.
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Special thanks to Barcelona Foodie Guide contributors:

  • Shirley Wu. GoWeeWee foodie specialist in Barcelona.