Where to eat in Barcelona
Where to eat in Barcelona, Tips from Chef Dominique Rizzo as She Savours the World of Travel, Food, Wine and Cooking
Hi fellow travellers to Spain and welcome to Barcelona. On the eve of my Pure Food Wine & Cooking Tour “A Taste of Spain, Unique Catalonia“, here are a few more tempting insights into this majestic city to whet your appetite.
Tip 1. The best Tapas in the city
Tapas where do you start and where do you finish and that is just in Cervecería Catalana with their fantastic choices, start at one end of the bar and try each one is our advice.
Tip 2. Churros at Xurrieria Dels Banys Nous
A churro is a Spanish traditional deep fried-dough pastry that is powdered with sugar and sometimes dipped in chocolate as a snack. It is a decadent number that you must try at least once.
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Tip 3. Must do restaurant in the Ravel neighborhood
“Suculent” on Rambla del Raval, 45 is one not to miss if you love seafood.
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Tip 4. The ultimate experience
The word on the street is that “Enigma” by Albert Adria (Carrer de Sepúlveda, 38-40, 08015 Barcelona, Spain) offers a dining experience of a life time.
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Tip 5: For chocolate like you have never tasted before
For chocolate check out Enric Rovira Chocolatier. His chocolates are works of art. (Sant Geroni, 17, 08296 Castellbell y Vilar, Barcelona, Spain)
Tip 6. For the deli lovers
Call into La Pineda (Carrer del Pi, 16, 08002 Barcelona, Spain) in the Gothic Quarter – it’s a feast and celebration of Spanish foods.
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Tip 7. Mercat De La Boqueria (the marketplace)
One of the best Spanish Barcelona experiences is to eat at Mercat De La Boqueria (La Rambla, 91, 08001 Barcelona, Spain); find the bar called El Quim de la Boqueria; one of its delicacies is baby squid with egg.
Tip 8. And just another thing …..
There is no tipping just round up the total.
Dinner is usually eaten very late (10p.m.) after bar hopping and tapas.
Essentials To Pack in your carryon: Medications, Prescriptions, Passport copy, Passwords, European adaptor, phone/ipad/laptop chargers; an outfit (in case your luggage is delayed), sunglasses.
And in your suitcase: swimmers, hat, sandals, espadrilles.
Follow Chef Dominique Rizzo on her “A Taste of Spain” travels in “Unique Catalonia” on her Instagram page She Savours the World.
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