Casa de Tapes Cañota

Opened in 1992, Casa de Tapes Cañota is owned by the Iglesias brothers. The brothers are also famous in Barcelona for their restaurant Rías de Galicia (one of the best Galician restaurants in the city) and for their partnership with the Adrià brothers in Tickets Bar. The Casa de Tapes Cañota menu is based on … Read more

Tapas 24

Carlos Abellan was trained at the legendary elBulli and is also the owner of Comerç 24 in La Ribera. His Tapas 24 restaurant offers gourmet versions of classic tapas in a well decorated Eixample basement, just off Passeig de Gràcia. Try the McFoie-Burguer and La Bomba de La Barceloneta. The expansive hours of Tapas 24 make it possible to … Read more

Manolete Restaurant

Manolete Restaurant offers Mediterranean gastronomy with an emphasis on tapas. Try the octopus with humus and pepper oil and the crispy bread with Iberian ham and brie cheese. The restaurant features a pleasant outdoor terrace to watch the comings and goings near Port Vell.

Quimet & Quimet

Quimet & Quimet

Opened in 1914 and located off the standard tourist track in the heart of El Poble Sec, Quimet & Quimet offers superb tapas and montaditos (small open faced sandwitches).

La Bombeta

La Bombeta is renowned as one of the best tapas restaurants in Barcelona. While just around the corner from Passeig de Joan de Borbó and the strip of tourist filled restaurants La Bombeta retains an authentic and charming atmosphere of the neighborhood, Barceloneta, formerly a fishing village. Bombas are potato “bombs” with meat filling and … Read more