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.
With a beautiful view of seaside Barcelona and the old port, Can Sole offers both an ocean view and delicious meals. Serving traditional preparations since 1920, this restaurant has been visited by politicians, artists, bullfighters and friends alike. Such is its repute that it has been awarded the 'Plaque of Honor' for contributing to the tourism of the country. The restaurant is located in an old heritage building. If you are looking for a bright, cozy atmosphere and fresh seafood, then this is the place to relax and enjoy the scenery while you savor tasty fare.
Just down the street from the Condes de Barcelona Hotel is its famous restaurant, Lasarte. Reserve a table here and see why it is arguably the most sought-after eatery in town. Taste the delicacies that the chefs skillfully put together, usually consisting of Catalan specialties that the country is known for. They serve a variety of delicious desserts that should not be skipped. Located in the heart of the city, opposite the Gaudi Pedrera, this 18th-century structure is worth a visit, both for its food and ambiance.
Coure, located in the hip district of Gracia, is a must-see for any foodie looking to explore traditional Catalan cuisine with a masterful twist. The chef and owner Albert Ventura has created a menu consisting of small, elegant dishes with a flair for the unique. Many Catalan staples like sardines, tuna and fresh vegetables are used in the menu but in unpredictable ways to please the diner's palette. The restaurant also offers a great wine menu to pair with the delicious tasting menu. The decor is light, minimalist and airy.
Over the last 30 years, this restaurant on La Barceloneta beach has transformed itself from a simple snack bar to a much more sophisticated venue. It's now considered one of the best restaurants in the area. The menu is clear and simple: fresh seafood of impeccable quality along with signature paellas and decadent home-made desserts. The wine list offers a wide range from bargain bottles to fine vintages from Rioja and Navarra. There's also a cigar and liqueur menu.
Petit Comité is a great place to come if you want to experience traditional Catalan cuisine. In addition to focusing on preserving culinary tradition in every detail of their dishes, they are also dedicated to recreating "lost" Catalan dishes and bringing them back to life. Some favorite dishes include Iberian Ham with Toasts, Cod Catalan Style and Catalan Custard. The warm and welcoming interiors make this a pleasant place to try out a real taste of Catalunya.
As it's next door to Teatre Tívoli a lot of theater-goers drop in for a drink before or after the show. In winter, the glass-covered terrace attracts the crowds as well. It's a busy old-fashioned traditional café with a faintly literary atmosphere as people sit and talk and read while they drink and snack. Another famous landmark nearby is the Radio Barcelona building where Spain's first commercial radio transmissions started more than 75 years ago.
Located at the intersection of Passeig de Gràcia and Carrer de Casp, this little restaurant has a very touristy ambiance. Prices on the higher side, the food served here mostly consists of Spanish preparations and tapas. The staff is polite, and attentive at all times. Since it is located in one of the famous neighborhoods of the city, it tends to see huge crowds during service timings. The food served is of decent quality and taste.
Picadero-5 is a family-friendly restaurant serving delicious Mediterranean specials. They serve savory tapas as well as breakfast and lunch specials. Everything on the menu is created using only fresh ingredients, which are locally sourced. The ambiance at Picadero-5 is very friendly and lively and suitable for hosting various private events.
In the mornings, Café de la Radio is a great place to grab a hearty breakfast with a strong cup of coffee. Head out exploring the beautiful city after a delicious Bocadillo, a sandwich made from Spanish bread that Café de la Radio serves. Also popular is their eggplant omelette sandwich. In the evening, Café de la Radio is buzzing with patrons ready to enjoy a cold glass of beer and some traditional tapas.
Starbucks Coffee at Rambla de Catalunya, Barcelona is a great place to enjoy a cup of refreshing coffee. The cafe provides free WiFi, thus you can get your work done seating inside the airy cafe or at the extended terrace. The service here is notably efficient with English speaking staff to help non-bilingual patrons. Everything about Starbucks Coffee that makes it a reliable option can be found at this store at Rambla de Catalunya.
Burger King is synonymous to burgers; so if you wish to have a classic burger, head to one of their locations. The service here is swift and efficient with very little waiting time. If you are shopping or just sightseeing around the neighborhood, the Rambla de Catalunya outlet of Burger King is a great place to grab their Double Rodeo Whopper and some beer. Enjoy the ultimate Burger King experience.