Cuisine of Barcelona – the main city of Catalonia – as if created for the holiday. All the dishes in this city are bright and aromatic, and each meal is accompanied by a special atmosphere.
In traditional Catalan dishes, seafood and mountains coexist in one plate. A characteristic feature of local cooking is a combination of sweet and savory, an abundance of fresh vegetables, fish and meat, generously flavored with olive oil. So what is the first thing to eat in Barcelona and where to do it?
Escudella d’Olla / Escudella d’Olla
Catalonia loves hot soup and two-in-one stews on cool winter days and windy spring. First, a broth is prepared from several types of meat, including black pudding, then vegetables and noodles are added. Continue reading
Barcelona is one of the most worthwhile places when it comes to food and wine. Few cities in the world can compete with the capital of Catalonia in the number of gastronomic offers: there are also small iconic tapas bars and titled restaurants.
Locals are incredibly proud of this, and culinary experts from year to year encourage the city institutions with all kinds of insignia. We bring to your attention a list of the 10 best restaurants in Barcelona for every taste, occasion and budget.
La fonda del port olimpic
La Fonda del Port OlimpicA charming, traditional restaurant located in the Olympic Port of Barcelona. Continue reading
One of the most picturesque European cities is known to tourists not only for beautiful landscapes or ancient mills and canals, but also for delicious Belgian cuisine. The city has many small and cozy cafes where you can eat tasty and inexpensive; Bruges also has gourmet restaurants marked by Michelin stars. In a word, there are many options – it’s time to talk about the best of them. Inexpensive cafes of Brugge At Tattie’s This inexpensive cafe is a great place to have a tasty meal after a walk along the canals of Bruges or to have breakfast early in the morning in a cozy atmosphere. At Tattie’s specializes mainly in sandwiches and panini – there are a lot of them – but there are also inexpensive soups, pasta and salads on the menu. The visiting card of At Tattie’s is Belgian waffles – one of the most delicious in Bruges. In a cafe, they are served with whipped cream, fresh berries and fruits, Belgian chocolate sauce. A few more Continue reading