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Granja La Pallaresa serves a Spanish tradition, suis, which is a thick hot chocolate topped with whipped cream and is accompanied with pastries. It has been around since 1940 and treating locals and visitors with dainty light bites such as croissants and melindros. Treat yourself with a visit here and indulge in this delicious treat.
For a tasty and refreshing treat look no further than Gelaaati. Located in the center of the iconic Gothic Quarter, this shop serves some of the best ice cream and gelato in the city and offers a wide range of flavors, textures, and vibrant colors. They also have vegan options. Sample as many flavors as you like till that one exquisite taste hits the spot and feast to your heart's content. Gelaaati di Marco is highly recommended and definitely deserves a visit when in Barcelona.
Espai Sucre's menu is completely devoted to desserts. With a name that literally translates as "Sugar Space," the place is a boon for anyone with a sweet tooth - just stroll in and try out the various ice-creams, fruit salads, puddings, caramels and cakes on the menu. There is also a small and modest snacks menu. The décor is simple, but the space is limited. Check the website for exact timings.
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.
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.
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.
La Heladeria Mexicana is the place to be when your sweet tooth craves gratification. On offer are some of the best desserts, sorbets, and ice creams you have ever tasted in a variety of flavors, textures, and colors. Their spicy Chocolate ice cream is a favorite. This Mexican-style cafe also offers delicious snacks including Nachos, Quesadillas, Burritos, and much more. They also have Vegan options. The prices are very reasonable and the service is friendly making this spot a must visit when in the city.
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.