Barcelona isn’t a traditional tapas city; they don’t usually serve free tapas in bars when you order a drink and the restaurants that specialize in tapas tend to be on the expensive side. But then there’s La Esquinica, a restaurant
This restaurant is well-known in Barcelona for the specialty: the torradas or toasts, made of bread with olive oil and tomatoes, on which you can spread whatever you choose from tens and tens of combinations. The most impressive thing
In December, after making reservations online three months before, we finally sat down at our table in the “Gastroteca” that Albert Adrià has opened in Barcelona.
It’s a very fun place with great service and great, whimsical tapas
I disagree with those ve said that this place looked a bit trashy. Simple, I think, is a word that’d describe it better. Simple if you just enter the bar, and sophisticated if you enter into the dining area.
The truth is that I
El Xampanyet is, without a doubt, the essence of the most traditional Barcelona. Since 1929, this tavern/bodega, has created one of the most incredible atmospheres in Barcelona. The anchovies, the Xampanyet (foamy white wine), the