Can Solé

Founded in 1903, Can Solé stands among the foremost seafood and paella restaurants in Barcelona.

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Can Majó

Can Majó

Can Majó was founded in 1968, at a time when Barceloneta was still a fishing village. After 40 years the neighborhood has changed dramatically, but Can Majó remains a first class family run restaurant serving traditional seafood dishes. Specialties of the house include Caldero de arroz con Bogavante (a soupy lobster rice dish) and classic …

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Restaurant Elche Barcelona

Restaurant Elche

Dating back to 1959, Restaurant Elche is well known for it’s fine paella and fideuá. Named after the hometown of it’s founders, Restaurant Elche remains a family run business after over 50 years in operation.

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Restaurant 7 Portes

Restaurant 7 Portes was founded in 1836, making it one of the oldest restaurants in Barcelona. It is famous for it’s traditional rice dishes and Catalan cuisine.

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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).

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Ikra Restaurant

Ikra recently celebrated its first anniversary, bringing a combination of traditional Russian dishes and Mediterranean cuisine with Catalan roots to the Eixample neighborhood of Barcelona.

Designed by La Petita Dimensió, the decor of the restaurant is flexible in creating a warm and lively atmosphere for lunch, dinner, drinks and live music.

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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.

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