Rich and delicious, the sauce is great soaked up with a side of patatas braves (not traditional way of eating it, but who cares? The Iberico Ham Croquetas are worth ordering here as well.
I’ve actually been to both before, but it was almost 8 years ago and since then much has changed. So when Expedia Canada asked me to share “10 Must Try Dishes in Barcelona”, I jumped on board!
For the last few years all eyes have been on Spain, especially when it comes to fine dining.
Blame it on the World’s 50 Best Restaurant Awards and having the majority of them from Spain, or on Ferran Adrià for pioneering modernist cuisine, but regardless, Spain is arguably “the France” of today – an emerging food scene and hub for culinary inspiration.
Note: Spain is a big place and I certainly have a lot more of it to explore, so these items are only from Barcelona.
or less, -20, -30, -50, +, authentic, Barcelona, Cakes/Cupcakes, Chocolates/Candies, Cocktails, desserts, Fine Dining, Food 5, Food 5.5, Girona, Ice Cream/Gelato/Yogurt, Pastries/Cookies, Seafood, Spain, Spanish, Tapas, Top 10, Vegetarian, Wine I was so lucky to go twice last year!
The first time was to Barcelona and the second time was back to Barcelona and also to Madrid. well actually not really, if we’re talking in the context of food and eating though! 8 years ago I was already taking photos of my food and documenting my food travels, but with a pen and journal in hand. I wish I had a blog then, but at least I have one now.
Address: Carrer de Mallorca, 236, 08008 Barcelona, Spain Phone:+34 932 16 03 68 There is now one in Montreal.
It might look like it’s catered to tourists, but it’s legit and I ordered almost the whole menu. If you are an “adventurous” eater, don’t leave without trying Cap I Pota.