Our Barcelona adventure and other travel stories

3 more great places for eating and drinking in Barcelona

Time is passing quickly having a structured day. My Spanish is already improving again with four hours of classes per day. In the meantime we have celebrated La Mercé – the cities major festivities.

Also we have discovered new restaurants and bars that are definitely to be recommended:

Platja Ca La Nuri, Pg.Marítim de la Barceloneta (platja del Somorrostro)

  • This is the perfect spot to have lunch or dinner on the beach. You are literally sitting on the beach.
  • Their lunch menu during weekdays is fantastic. For 20 Euro you get an excellent three course menu including a glass of good wine and a bread basket. It is also a great fish restaurant.
  • Location: 10 / Food: 10 / Price: €€


Perikete, Calle Llauder 6, Barcelona

  • It looks a bit touristy and is also frequented by tourists but the tapas are so good and very reasonably priced. It is in a small side street without traffic between the Born and Barceloneta neighbourhoods close to the old harbour.
  • Seafood/Fish is recommendable. The “Bombas” (local speciality) are a must!
  • Location: 10 / Food: 10 / Price: €€

La Muralla, Plaça dels Traginers, Barcelona

  • We call a little square by the old medieval city wall “La Muralla”. It is actually a square with terraces of four different bars/restaurants. Often you will be lucky to listen to Flamenco music.  The Gipsies hanging around there have a great singing accompanied by guitar. It is the spot to relax and calm down – it is not overcrowded and not in a main touristic walking route. Good at any time of the day.
  • I recommend to have drinks here and nibbles. Vermouth and olives is a good combination!
  • Location: 10 / Food: – / Price: €-€€


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