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The Most Complete Food Guide of Where to Eat in Barcelona

Updated: Dec 30, 2023

Are you looking for places to eat local food in Barcelona because you want to avoid ending up in a tourist trap? Well done to you! You just found my Travel Guide! Here you do not only find Where to eat in Barcelona but also What to eat in Barcelona.



Make sure to try all the local delicacies this fantastic city offers. They are all delicious. Spanish food is one of the best in the world in my opinion, and if you have a chance, you should plan a two weeks Spain tour, to try as many local dishes as possible (and also visit famous landmarks, and other cities obviously, but you guys know how much I love trying new cuisine).


In this Ultimate Barcelona Food Guide, I listed all the best local places and best restaurants where to eat in Barcelona (40 places to be exact). I divided this article into:


The Most Complete Guide of Where to Eat in Barcelona

By reading this fantastic article, you will know all the best places to eat in Barcelona, so you will try everything you fancy.


I also added some Barcelona Food shops to buy local Spanish delicatessens to take home with you for your family and friends (or just for you, your choice. just don't eat the all while on your way back home).


If you don't know what locals eat in Barcelona, check out my article "16 Delicious Breakfast Food You Have to Eat in Barcelona" so you will know what to look for in the earliest part of the day.


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Suppose your target is to become an expert in Tapas. In that case, you should also read "21 Extremely Tasty Tapas You Have to Try in Barcelona", where I listed all the local tapas, so you will know what to order without ending up always ordering the same thing because you don't know the meanings of the other words or recipes.


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And because I am always a superorganized traveller that looks to know everything about the place I am about to visit, I also wrote: "28 Delicious Food and Drinks You Have to Eat in Barcelona" for all the other daily meals.


As you can see, in my Travel Guide, I always write everything you need to know about food and much more to make your travel to Barcelona the very best!




Which is the most famous dish in Barcelona?


The most famous dish in Barcelona is the "Paella de Pescado". Paella with fish. If you like t eat fish, you will surely love the Paella de Pescado. Is made with fish stock, prawns, crayfish, mussels, clams and whatever is available at the fish market. A delicacy you cannot miss to try when in Barcelona.

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Where to have Breakfast in Barcelona?


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1. Granja Dulcinea:


Granja Dulcinea is an old-style coffee shop famous for its creamy and thick hot chocolate topped with whipped cream to enjoy while dipping inside some churros or melindro.


Address: Carrer de Petritxol 2. Barrio Gotico quarter.


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2. Turris Panem:


Turris Panem is a bakery where you can find different bread and the most typical Catalan and Spanish sweets. I discovered my favourite Spanish breakfast, Ensaimadas (the typical Mallorca sweets). If you pass by, stop and try them, you will love them.


Address: There are many in Barcelona, so it is better to check on Google Maps, the branch closest to your accommodation.

 

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3. Hofmann Pastisseria:


Hofmann Pastisseria is a delicious pastry shop founded in 1983 by a woman who opened this shop and her famous patisserie school. Here is where you can find every kind of sweet pastry for your breakfast, from croissants to muffins.


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The most famous is the croissant filled with delicious mascarpone cream, but they are honestly all delicious, filled with chocolate cream, strawberries and mango. Absolutely to try it.


Address: Carrer dels Flassaders 44. El Born quarter.


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4. Santa Caterina Market:


Santa Caterina Market is a traditional food market where locals go shopping (La Boqueria, unfortunately, is mainly for tourists nowadays, and it is overpriced).


Here you can have a delicious breakfast with pastries and coffee or a savoury one with egg, ham and Spanish freshly squeezed orange juice.


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My favourite place inside Santa Caterina Market is Barestaurant l'Univers, where many delicious local dishes can be found.


Address: Avinguda de Francesc Cambo' 16. La Ribera quarter.


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5. Dolceria De La Colmena:


Dolceria De La Colmena is a Bakery where you will find a bit of everything, from sandwiches, cakes, pastries (also Ensaimadas from Mallorca), Xuixo, Coca, Chocolate and cookies. It is a very known bakery. They have made their candy since 1849.

Their most famous sweet is the Torron of toasted cream, an unmissable delight.


Address: Placa de L'Angel 12. Barrio Gotico.


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Where to have Lunch in Barcelona?


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6. Xarcuteria La Pineda:


Xarcuteria La Pineda is a local shop where locals usually stop to eat at any time of the day. It is the perfect place to enjoy a plate with a mix of queso and cured meat, some sardines, Spanish olives and much more with a glass of vermouth.


Address: Carrer del Pi 16. Barrio Gotico quarter.


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7. Can Cargolet:


At Can Cargolet, they serve snails made in different ways. It is a pretty known place for snails, so if you are curious to try them, this is the place.


Address: Carrer del Comte d'Urgell 17. El Raval quarter.


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8. Can Paixano (La Xampanyeria):


Can Paixano is a famous, very cheap and crowded place where you can have cheap but tasty wine, many kinds of cheese, cured meat, croquettes, sandwiches and much more.

The perfect place to have something local and fast at lunch while exploring the city.


Address: Carrer de la Reina Cristina 7. La Barceloneta.


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9. La Cova Fumada:


La Cova Fumada is famous for inventing "La Bomba", one of the favourite local dishes of Barcelona. La Bomba is breaded and then fried potatoes balls filled with meat. They are typical of the la Barceloneta area in Barcelona and also unmissable tapas to try while in town.


At la Cova Fumada, you can find most of the typical food you cannot miss to try in Barcelona. They serve fresh fish, like grilled sardines, squids, prawns, octopus or artichokes (when in season), mussels, and much more.


Address: Carrer del Baluard 56. La Barceloneta. It is open only for lunch.


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10. Santa Caterina Market:


In this traditional food market, you can buy anything to cook at home or eat on the spot. At Santa Caterina Market, they sell the best Jamon Iberico (it melts in your mouth like butter) that can cost up to 200 euros per piece (I am talking about the whole ham).


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You can opt to buy a mixed plate made at one of the stalls for you with the best variety of cheese and cured meat and go somewhere to eat it, or you can eat in one of their food stalls that sell typical delicious food like Esqueixada, Pa amb tomquet, Escalivada and much more.


Address: Avinguda de Francesc Cambo' 16.

 

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11. Bodega la Palma:


Bodega la Palma is a very old style bodega (a bar with a wine cellar) with more than 80 years of history, where many famous Bohemians and artists used to go to eat. It is an excellent place where to have a light lunch paying the right price.


My advice is to try their patatas bravas with bravas and aioli sauces, homemade croquettes, blood sausage with apple compote and obviously this delicious sandwich in the picture up here.


Address: Carrer de la Palma de Sant Just 7. Barrio Gotico quarter. Also, open for dinner.


Where to have the best Paella in Barcelona?


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12. Can Ramonet:


This restaurant is in its 4th generation, and it is the perfect place to enjoy delicious and fresh fish. Here they make a super Paella and the Fideua, so don't miss it.


Address: Carrer de la Maquinista 17. La Barceloneta quarter.


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13. Xiringuito Escriba:


Xiringuito Escriba is the first restaurant I ate in Barcelona during my first travel to Spain in 2011.

I researched what to eat and where to eat it, and I wanted my first meal to be a paella de pascado with a big jar of sangria (I was there with a friend, and we got pretty tipsy).


It was a beautiful experience. You can sit outside or inside. When inside, you can see Chefs preparing your paella. This is something many of you will surely like.


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At the end of your meal, they come to your table with a tray full of dessert in exposition so you can see what they have, absolutely delicious.

They also make sangria with cava if you want to try it.


Address: Avinguda del Litoral 62. Right on the beachfront after the Port Olympic.


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14. Chiringuito Las Sardinitas:


Xiringuito Las Sardinitas is another excellent restaurant on the beach. Their paella is delicious, and if you like to eat fish, you should try their special seafood platter with lobster. It is massive, and there are many types of fish and shellfish inside.


Address: Avinguda del Litoral 36. Right on the beachfront after the Port Olympic.


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15. Taverna El Glop:


At Taverna El Glop, you will find many Catalan dishes. I highly recommend trying their Paella de Pescado, the fideua de Tarragona, the black rice with clams and squid, or the paella a la Valenciana (with snails and rabbit).

Absolutely amazing!


Address: Carrer de Sant Lluis 24. Gracia quarter.

 

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Where to find Sweets Shops in Barcelona?


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16. Dulces y turrones La Campana:


Have you ever tried Turron? Turron is made with sugar, honey, eggs and nuts mixed and toasted, and there are different kinds of them. You can find the original recipe, or with chocolate, pistachio, coffee and much more. They can be hard or soft.


They started to make Turron in 1890, but the shop opened only in 1920. They sell many different kinds of Turron, homemade ice cream, and the delicious Horchata.


Address: Carrer de la Princesa 36.


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17. Be chocolate:


For chocolate lovers like me, you will find more than 60 different chocolates in this shop. Unfortunately, I could not try them all (yeah, I wish!), but I can guarantee that the truffles and pralines are something you cannot resist.


Address: Carrer dels Banys Nous 17. Barrio Gotico.


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18. Horchateria El Tio Che:


Horchateria El Tio Che's family started to make Horchata 100 years ago, and they still sell it in the El Poblenou quarter, not too far from the beach. It is the best way to get away from the hot beach and get something local and refreshing.


Address: Rambla del Poblenou 44-46. El Poblenou quarter.


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19. La Madre de Miren:


You cannot miss trying La Madre de Miren jams if you like Jam. Miren makes all her products with fresh and seasonal fruits and vegetables, following her mother's recipes.

In her shop, you can find jams like figs with Ibiza herbs liquor, orang with ginger, cherries with vermuth pear and pai mi tan.


Address: She doesn't have her shop, but you can find her jams in many other shops. Check here the list of shops that sell her products: lamadredemiren.com.

 
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20. Casa Gispert:


Casa Gispert was founded in1851, and in this shop, you will find many delicious ingredients to eat like they are or to use to prepare a perfect meal.


I advise you to try their nuts (they roast all the nuts inside their oven), dry fruits, chocolate, spices and much more. Unmissable to try are their macadamia nuts coated in chocolate and their Caramel-litzat Music (a jar of caramelized nuts, too good to don't buy it).


Address: Sombrerers 23. El Born quarter. La Ribera quarter.


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21. Enrique Tomas Jamon-Tapas-Vino:


There are many shops in this company. They sell different delicious Jamon, queso and sandwich with cured meat. It is an excellent option for a fast lunch or stopping for a delightful Jamon Iberico snack.


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22. Jamon Jamon:


If you want to buy delicious Jamon Iberico to eat in a park or take it home with you as a souvenir (these are the kind of souvenirs that I love), this is the perfect shop for you.


They have many different types of cured meat and Jamon already in vacuum bags for you to put inside your luggage. There are various locations around the city.


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23. La Formatgeria la Seu:


Do you like cheese? If your answer is Yes! Then you cannot miss this shop, where they sell all different kinds of Spanish cheese.

Tip: buy a mix of them, grab a bottle of wine and some bread, a little jar of honey or Jam, and go on the waterfront to have lunch.



Where to find the best Tapas in Barcelona


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24. Polleria Fontana:


Polleria Fontana is a simple place to enjoy some tapas. Here you can find different croquettes, polpo alla gallega, la Bomba, tortilla, esqueixada, squid and much more.


Address: Carrer de Sant Lluis 9. Gracia quarter.


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25. La Bombeta:


Another place where you are going to find most of the best Tapas of Catalonia.

Absolutely to try their Bomba, deep-fried sardines, peppers del Padron, croquettes and crema Catalana.


Address: Carrer de la Maquinista 3. La Barceloneta.


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26. La Vinateria del Call:


La Vinateria del Call is the oldest wine bar in Barcelona, and everything here is delicious. I advise you to ask the waiter for advice about what to order, to make sure to get food that can be well paired with the wine.


My advice is to try a mix of cheeses plate, a combination of tortilla plate, sardines and esqueixada.


Address: Carrer Salomo Ben Adret 9, Barrio Gotico.

 

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27. Bodega Maestrazgo:


Open since 1952, they offer a vast choice of wines from Catalonia. They have something like 1,000 bottles lined up on a wall. They serve cava and vermouth straight to you from the barrel to pair with croquettes, cheese, cured meat, and more.


Address: Carrer de Sant Pre Mes Baix 90. El Born quarter.


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28. Bar La Plata:


Open since 1945, they only have 5 different tapas, delicious and very cheap. It is a simple place that works a lot. Sometimes simplicity is the key.


Address: Carrer de la Merce 28. Barrio Gotico quarter.


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29. El Xampanyet:


El Xampanyet is my favourite place where to stop for a good glass of cava and some old-style tapas. Open since 1929 is a place many talks about even in Spanish novels, like Carlos Ruiz Zafon in his The Shadow of the Wind, a book part of the Cemetery of Forgotten, a series 4 books based in Barcelona in three different times.


Many went to visit Barcelona and all the places mentioned in his novels because part of Barcelona's history, I highly recommend them if you like the company of a good novel.


 
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Where to find the best Pinchos in Barcelona?


Pintxos are not from Catalonia but from the Basque region (north of the country), and they are basically sliced bread with on top something delicious. It can be meat, fish or vegetables.


They are good and very appreciated because they are cheap, they usually cost between 1-3 euros. Pintxos are the best option for a fast lunch while exploring the city.


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You can find so many different options you will undoubtedly find something you like.


Barcelona has many places where to eat Pintxos, the most famous are mainly in the city centre like Barrio Gotico and El Born quarters. Some of them have so many different kinds you won't know which one to choose.


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The most famous street to find Pintxos in Barcelona is Carrer Blai, in the Poble-Sec quarter, at the bottom of the Montjuic, between Placa Espanya and the Port Vell, where there are so many Pintxos bars that it is almost impossible to visit them all.


I added to the list the best places that I visited and liked.


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30. Zodiaco:


Here you have Pintxos started from 1 euro, the service is excellent, the food is delicious, and a pint of beer is only 2 euros.

Like every Pintxo bar, they also serve Tapas and other Spanish food, but I highly recommend the pintxos.


Address: Carrer del Blai 39. Poble-Sec quarter.


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31. La Tasqueta de Blai:


I love this place so trust me, go there and love it. Here they have so many different Pintxos that you will go back again till you try them all (this is kind of what I did, after all, I have been to Barcelona 3 times for a total of 30 days).


Every Pintxos has a stick on it, the regular one costs 1 euro, and the red one costs 1.80 euro. Keep the sticks because they need them to calculate your bill (and don't be smart about it, ok?).

They also have other Tapas and Catalan meals.


Address: Carrer Blai 17. Poble-Sec quarter.


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32. Blai 9:


This is a very particular place, and I like their different way to create Pintxos. They serve it on little pancakes or completely without bread, just inside some little bowls. Prices go from 1.30 to 1.80 euros.

They have an excellent variety of beer and wine.


Address: Carrer Blai 9. Poble-Sec.

 

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33. Maitea:


Maitea is a place a friend of mine made me discover. She lived there, so she knew all the best places (how do you think I know all these fantastic local restaurants and tapas bars otherwise? ask locals is always the best way, even better if they are foodies like me).


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I told her I loved Pintxos in my previous visit to Barcelona, so she took me there, where they have more than 100 different types of Pintxos (can you believe it?).


They have all their cold Pintxos in exposition, and the hot ones (yes, they also have hot Pintxos) have to be ordered to the waiters. By the menu, you can also order Tapas and much more.


Address: Carrer Casanova 155. Eixample quater.


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34. El Pintxo de Petritxol:


I think this is one of the most famous places to eat pintxos in Barcelona. El Pintxo de Petritxol is located in the renowned career de Petritxol where you can also find many other well-known shops. (if you want to know more about it, read my article "72 Unmissable Places to See in Barcelona").

Here you will find many hot and cold Pintxos.


Address: Carrer de Petritxol 9. Barrio Gotico.


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35. Bodega Biarritz 1881:


This is probably the oldest place where to eat Pintxos in Barcelona. Bodega Biarritz 1881 have an ultimate way to serve them.


You can choose them from the counter like any other place, or the waiter will ask you what you like and don't like, and they will bring you eight tapas for you for 27 euros (for two people).

They don't have any fish, only meat and vegetarian options.


Address: Carrer Nou de Sant Francesc 7. Barrio Gotico quarter.

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36. L'Antic Forn:


L'Antic Forn is a typical local restaurant where you will find most of the food I advise you to try in "28 Delicious Food and Drinks You Have to Eat in Barcelona". Calcot with romanesco sauce, fish soup, octopus, paella, crema Catalana and many more famous Catalan dishes.


Address: Carrer del Pintor Fortuny 28. El Raval quarter. It's also open for lunch.


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37. Cal Boter:


Another typical old-style restaurant where you will find many of the best Catalan dishes, like cargols, bacalao, Botifarra amb Mongetes and more.


Address: Carrer de Tordera 62. Gracia quarter.


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38. Cal Pep:


Cal Pep is a famous restaurant where you can eat something fast at the counter or have a proper lunch or dinner in the back dining room. The food is delicious. They have most of the local Catalan food for you to enjoy.


Address: Placa de less Olles 8. El Born quarter.


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39. La Flauta:


The fish is super fresh at La Flauta restaurant, and you can see it at the counter.

I advise you to try their grilled red prawns, the grilled razor clams, and a mix of deep-fried fish.


Address: Carrer d'Aribau 23. L'Eixample quarter.


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40. Can Culleretes:


Can Culleretes is one of the oldest restaurants in Barcelona, open since 1786 and serves outstanding Catalonian food. You have to try their paella de Pescado and pollo Catalan (Catalan chicken).


Address: Carrer d'en Quintana 5. Barrio Gotico quarter.


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41. 7 Portes:


This is an ancient restaurant, founded as a cafe in 1836 and then turned into a restaurant in 1929. It is a beautiful place where to have dinner.

It is also a place to meet celebrities, many passed by to enjoy their delicious food.


Address: Passeig d'Isabel II 14. Barceloneta.

 

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