Barcelona best restaurants
Ask us about making bookings for groups at Barcelona best restaurants. This city gas many group friendly restaurants and if you want to organise a dinner with strip show or a private room we can helps you with that. For obvious reasons, booking ahead for a large group is essential – Barcelona’s retaurant scene gets very busy, especially at weekends!
Barcelona’s Best Eats – where to book at Barcelona best restaurants
- El Quinze Nits (Pl/Reial 6, Gothic Quater) This is an incredibly popular restaurant (go early to avoid the queues) in the beautiful Placa Reial. The menu is extensive with cuisine to suit all tastes and on top of that it‟s great value for money. The decor is stylish and for summer evenings they have lots of tables outside.
- Taller de Tapas (El Born) If you fancy some tapas and want more than just Patatas Bravas then head to this place. The menu is crammed full of meat, cheese and vegetable dishes and the prices won’t disappoint either.
- El Paraguayo (C/Parc 1, Gothic Quarter) This is the place to go for a fat, juicy steak washed down with a beer or bottle of fabulous Rioja. If you‟re not sure what you want they have a chart with all the different cuts available. Enjoy!
- Euskal Etxea (Placeta Montacada 1-3, El Borne) Just off the main strip in El Borne this is the best pintxo bar in town. A variation on tapas, the pintxo is a big mouthful-sized piece of bread loaded with something tasty like serrano ham or tortilla. Fantastic washed down with a local beer.
- La Paradeta (C/Comercial 7, El Borne) This place isn‟t glamorous but if you are a seafood junky then head to this cafe style restaurant next to the market in El Borne. Here, you hand pick your fish fresh (and sometimes still alive) from the counter. Once you‟ve chosen what you want it is passed to the chef and cooked straightaway while you wait. Brilliant!
- Pla dels Angels (C/Ferlandina 23, Raval) Located right outside the MACBA contemporary art museum, this is a great place to go with a group of friends. The menu is imaginative with salads, meat, fish and pasta dishes. They also have a cheap set lunch which includes two dishes and a glass of wine.
- Salamanca (Barceloneta) When in Spain, we often get a craving for Paella and Sangria. Well, head to the beachfront and you will find Salamanca. Hugely popular with the locals, which is always a good sign, this is a wonderful place to sample some typical fare whilst checking out what‟s happening on the beach at the same time.
- Los Caracoles (C/Escudellers 14, Gothic Quarter) One of Barcelona best restaurants undoubtedly. You‟ll smell the chickens roasting before you see them turning on an open barbecue by the front door of this popular, authentic restaurant. It‟s loud and lively in here, so great for groups. It‟s great to watch the chefs in the open kitchen – a must for meat and fish lovers.
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