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Founded by Tomàs Sirvent Pla and now managed by his son, this Horchatería is considered one of the best in Barcelona. Their Horchata de Chufa (tiger nut milk) is made the traditional Valencian way, a time-consuming process. The result is a unique and deliciously refreshing drink. Horchatería Sirvent also serves ice cream, sherbets and ice-drinks. You can sit down in the simple and modest interior or order a take away.
Since its inception, Semproniana has been the neighborhood's got-to spot for an enjoyable, casual meal. Its uncanny interiors are a blend between vintage and modern tones, that evoke a rather soothing atmosphere. On the menu are a host of Mediterranean delicacies, infused with the essence of the region, that heightens the overall experience. Take your pick from the signature chorizo, confit and braised pork, or opt for the more conventional burgers and sandwiches. Top off your meal with a heavenly Mediterranean dessert, that is certain to have you coming back for more.
When it comes to vegetarian food, few other places in the neighborhood can match the quality and flavor of the food served at Aguaribay. Promising an all-round enjoyable experience, this restaurant offers more than just a palatable plate of food. Best known for their innovative modern dishes, there's plenty on the menu that will have your taste-buds tingling in delight. Crafted from the freshest possible ingredients, and designed to please the modern palate, the food is certain to leave a lasting impression.
Founded in 1980, Restaurante Biocenter serves amazing vegetarian and vegan dishes. Their organic home-cooked meals are all eco-friendly as well as delicious. The restaurant has a friendly homey atmosphere, perfect for family dinners as well as dates. Their salad bar is remarkable for its variety of options and flavors.
Discover the sweet side of Barcelona at Vioko, a gourmet chocolatier-slash-gelateria in the La Barceloneta tenement. The inside of the shop almost passes for a dessert gallery, where you will be feasting your eyes on meticulously arranged blocks of exotic chocolates, gift-wrapped candies, marshmallows and macarons. Creamy gelatos in tall crispy cones, innovative pastries and varieties of exotic chocolates, there is a lot to sink your teeth into. So come down to Vioko when you're feeling a little blue and try a sweet something that will surely warm your soul.
An adorable little cafe, Pudding Barcelona is perfect spot where parents can spend a memorable day-out with their kids. Its whimsical designs and bold color theme makes the cafe seem straight out of a children's storybook. Here parents can enjoy a cup of coffee with delicious sandwiches while kids soak themselves in books, games, and the playful ambiance. The place can also be rented for private parties, and is a great venue for a birthday party for your little one.
La Nena is a quaint cafe welcoming patrons of all ages. The place has a cozy interior that's furnished with colorful seating spaces to accommodate smaller groups. Open since 8.30a, the cafe presents itself as a great spot for a hearty breakfast, however it's most explored for its extensive selection of cakes and creamy pastries. Another hot selling item on their menu is the local favorite churros which is served with cup of gooey chocolate. Bustling with patrons throughout its working hours, La Nena comes most recommended for those with a sweet tooth.
Comaxurros is one of the best places in the city to devour the Spanish favorite, churros. A perfect spot to unwind at after a long day of shopping and sightseeing, Comaxurros delights you with a culinary experience that's like a warm hug for your soul. Deep fried and served with a cup of chocolate, the churros melt in your mouth thus dissolving all your worries away. If you are visiting the city with your little ones, this is one place you simply cannot miss.
This restaurant has the atmosphere of a carefree market and the same picturesque style. It is known for its flavorful cuisine and the quality of its fresh and raw ingredients. Some of their specialties include: Hake Stuffed with Prawns, and Fresh and Tasty Cod, brought from the nearby and popular market, Mercat de la Boqueria. There are also two set-price menus.
If you need to have the best focaccia in town, walk into Buenas Migas. Focaccia is traditionally enjoyed by fishermen with wine, but now it is a local specialty in Spain. This place doles out just that with an Italian touch to it. They also serve up delicious homemade breads along with cappuccinos, pastries and other Italian dishes. The place is very warm and inviting with a woody decor. The quality is as high as everything cooked at home. Come by and be part of tradition!