As well as iconic architecture, fantastic shopping and guaranteed sunshine, the Catalan capital also seduces visitors with its flourishing food scene. If you’re planning a trip to Barcelona, here are our top recommendations for a fantastic foodie trip. We’ve hand-picked some of the best options for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
If you are looking for an excellent coffee to wake you up in the morning, then La Esquina should be on your radar for breakfast. The stylish restaurant, located right in Barcelona’s city centre, is well-known for its skilled baristas. From a simple but delicious buttery croissant to avocado toast or eggs Benedict, their breakfast menu doesn’t disappoint either.
Milk is famous for its so-called ‘recovery brunch’ because it sets you up for the day, even if you’re suffering from the worst hangover possible. Their brunch menu features an array of American-style breakfast options such as New York toasted bagels and pancakes, but you can also enjoy chorizo hash or Mediterranean toast. Tip: Try and get there early – Milk opens its doors at 9am – as the restaurant tends to get very busy and does not take reservations.
Start off your day by visiting one of Barcelona’s traditional food markets such as the Mercat de Sant Antoni in the heart of the city. Right next to the market you’ll find El Rebost De Sant Antoni, the perfect brunch stop offering traditional and market cuisine and a passion for authentic flavours.Continue Reading