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Founded in 1836, this is one of the city’s iconic restaurants and no visitor should miss it. Here you can enjoy absolutely authentic Catalan cooking and superb paellas in the incomparable setting of the history-filled establishment.
In the Gothic Quarter, inside a building dating from 1850 once owned by the Count of Fonollar, the Marquis of Palmerola. In the main dining area there is a section of the Roman wall and a vaulted ceiling. Spectacular bar serving delicious signature cocktails. Ideal for business dinners, wine tastings, cookery workshops and social events.
An iconic, historic bar, restored by the Moritz brewery that retains its original art-déco interior. With chef Jordi Vilà at the helm, it is committed to Catalan cuisine and the finest-quality produce. This is the place to sample the fresh, unpasteurised beer straight from the Fàbrica Moritz Barcelona.
Iconic restaurant in the Raval, founded more than 80 years ago. The year 2017 marked the beginning of a new era with chefs Òscar Manresa and Romain Fornell at the helm. Catalan cuisine featuring some of the classic dishes that are part of the city’s culinary heritage made with seasonal produce.
Established over 60 years ago, Can Ramonet is the perfect blend of tradition and modernity. The restaurant has always been known for its quality produce and dishes. Home-style cooking featuring the freshest seafood and fish or local, seasonal country produce.
Can Ros celebrated its centenary in 2011 with a refit which means it now meets today’s comfort requirements. Serves tapas, traditional Catalan seafood dishes made from fish and seafood straight from the fish market, and Lucía’s famous rice dishes. Home-made desserts.
Founded in 1903, it remains a classic with an extensive menu of Catalan, seafood and market-fresh dishes, with rice specialities and suquets (fish stews). Fish and seafood delivered daily. The restaurant has a carefully chosen wine list and a friendly, professional service.
There are few places in Barcelona where you’ll find such a wide choice of seafood and wild, line-caught fish. Mainly sourced from Galicia. A wide variety of paellas and rice dishes. Painstaking and attentive service. Since 1944, Carballeira has retained the essence of one of the city’s best-known and genuine seafood restaurants.
This art-nouveau beer house opened in 1897 and was a regular haunt of Casas, Rusiñol and Picasso... More than a century later, it is still running as a bar and restaurant in the Gothic Quarter serving some of the city’s best food.
Dishes rooted in tradition that return to the concept of simple cooking rich in flavours, brought up to date and made with the finest seasonal produce. Art-nouveau dining room originally designed by the architect Lluís Domènech i Montaner. The Fonda Espanya is renowned for its tasting menu “An art-nouveau journey".
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