The first Brazilian restaurant to open in the whole of Spain, the Rodizio is perfect if your appetite’s big but your bank account sadly isn’t. A bright orange barn of a place, the centerpiece of this Brazilian grill is a table heaving with fresh salads, feijao, rice, salmon and even sushi – behold the all-you-can-eat buffet. Follow this up with ...Popular withBudgetFamiliesStudents
One of my favourite vegetarian restaurants is the mid-range Sésamo. It’s an unassuming little place in the Sant Antoni district of the city, serving up traditional Mediterranean fare – the tasting menu is particularly good if you fancy a bit of everything.Popular withVegetarian
Petit restaurant perdu dans les ruelles de Barceloneta,on nous l'avait conseillé par le passé. C'était notre 1er repas à Barcelone, et on se réjouissait car nous adorons les tapas. Nous avons commandé : des sardines grillées, bonnes. Des anchois marinées, ok. Des crevettes à l'ail, sans goût, et des croquettes, bonnes. Et du pain à la tomate, normal. Une bouteille ...
Paella is one of my favorite foods, so I looked up the best paella in Barcelona when deciding where to go and I found a lot of great reviews about Set Portes. It’s a little fancy for my taste and the paella doesn’t come out in the big black pans (which I missed), but its the absolute perfect place for ...
It seemed to be a rather popular restaurant and maybe we just got them on an off day but I would have to say this place was hands down the worst restaurant I went to during my time in Barcelona. They were several of the items on the menu (granted it was a bank holiday) but what we did order ...