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If you are a seafood junkie and you want it for cheap, La Paradeta is the place to head to. Clams, mussels, prawns, squids, spider crabs et al - you name it, you have it! And the best part is that you can get it cooked your own way! While the meal is prepared, you can sip on drinks like the Albariño Whites, or the other fine varieties of local wine. All in all a cool and fun place for people who do not mind the noise and lively banter.
Housed within the Plà de Palau, Passadis del Pep boasts artistic interiors: paintings by Spanish artists adorn the walls, and the tables are neatly decorated with fine cutlery, flowers and white linen. The decor is rustic yet contemporary. In addition, the restaurant proudly maintains a “no menu card” status; waiters will verbally guide you through the day's specials and recommend top favorites. So if you don't want to go through the boring ordeal of scanning a card before making up your mind, Passadis offers a better option.
Pep Manubens, the owner, greets customers from behind the bar where he delights them with amazing fish and seafood dishes that are practically famous in Barcelona. Simple yet hearty dishes are cooked right there in front of patrons, with a flair for showmanship. When ordering a drink ask for Pep's recommendation, his recommendations are always spot on. The wine list is vast, and the choice's go from famous labels to original vintage wines. There are not many tables in this cozy place, but the real pleasure is trying the food at the bar. A well-managed restaurant with friendly service and impeccable food make this eatery a must try.
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.
The Barcelonata opened its doors in 1996. Since then it has risen to be one of Barcelona s top notch Mediterranean restaurants. The restaurant is located right next to the sea, giving you a fantastic view while dining. It has a beautiful terrace and three private rooms in its upper deck, allowing people to have private parties, dinners or business luncheons. A truly magnificent place to go when looking to have a good time and a good meal.
Established in 1993, La Mar Salada is gorgeous little restaurant that is known in the neighborhood, for serving some delicious Mediterranean delicacies. Located in Barceloneta, this lovely place has rich and modern interiors, with natural light coming from all sides. The contemporary ambiance, along with the scrumptious food is what customers keep coming back for. Salmon tartar with guacamole and Tempura with langostine for mains, while Creme brulée and Massini cake for desserts are some of the most amazing dishes on their menu. Come along to have a hearty meal, and be sure to enjoy each bite of deliciousness.
Rías de Galicia is located near the Plaza España and several of Barcelona's other major tourist attractions. The award-winning restaurant specializes in seafood, fitting considering its located near the sea. The interiors are warmly and elegantly decorated, just as the delicious contemporary dishes are presented. For a nice meal after a day touring Montjuic or at the beach, give Rías de Galicia a try.
This established seafood restaurant in the El Poblenou district has preserved much of its old-fashioned charm. Els Pescadors upholds a very high reputation in Barcelona, and has received many culinary awards. It serves market-fresh cuisine with flair and creativity. As its name, Els Pescadors ('The Fishermen') suggests, you should stick with the delicious fish and shellfish dishes, which range from simple steamed mussels to an elaborate cod salad with puff pastry. Seat yourself on an old marble-topped table surrounded by antiques and a few timely reminders that you're next to a modern Olympic Village.