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Mediterranean
Sant Gervasi-La Bonanova
12 reviews
ABaC is another white-tablecloth dining experience that’s a favorite of visitors and locals, and offers a somewhat similar experience as Moments (it's also in a hotel) — The Infatuation
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Eixample
8 reviews
It features an attractive entrance hall and two delightfully laid-out dining rooms, both designed in a reasonably contemporary style. — Michelin Guide
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Mediterranean
Eixample
11 reviews
Jordi Artal brings innovative Catalan cuisine to the fore in a space that stimulates all five senses. — Gayot
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Mediterranean
Eixample
11 reviews
Alkimia boasts a striking design, with an avant-garde nod to the maritime world and a brand-new "unplugged" concept that complements its main gastronomic dining room. — Michelin Guide
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El Born / La Ribera
14 reviews
A tiny, popular spot situated on a corner of Plaça de les Olles, Cal Pep serves Mediterranean tapas and larger dishes best shared. — goop
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Diners
Sant Gervasi-Galvany
7 reviews
This emblematic house has re-created a delightful Belle Epoque-style setting. It has a dining room laid out on several floors where the table service is impeccable. — Michelin Guide
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Mediterranean
Eixample
10 reviews
Tickets is a high-end tapas bar that remains Adrià's most renowned in the city. Meals are worth the hype. — Travel + Leisure
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Mediterranean
Montjuic
11 reviews
This is a great tapas bar with the finest selection of cheeses in Barcelona. — Frommer's
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Mediterranean
Eixample
8 reviews
The dishes are incredibly imaginative and made with tremendous precision, such as, for example, the already famous macaroni à la carbonara made with ham jelly. — Time Out
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El Raval
9 reviews
At star power of El Bulli’s former chef de cuisine Albert Raurich's latest opening, the setup is half the fun: you enter a traditional tapas bar (it’s actually new) in the Raval quarter. — Travel + Leisure
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Mediterranean
Sant Gervasi-Galvany
8 reviews
You can enjoy delicacies such as stone bass suquet with trompet, scallops with figs and Jabugo ham, and mouthwateringly rich desserts that include peach with ginger. — Frommer's
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Mediterranean
Poblenou
12 reviews
“The Fishermen”, a traditional Empordà-style restaurant, offers local specialities, including an array of blue fish dishes. — DK Eyewitness
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Pizza
6 reviews
Like the original in Sant Pau, the concept is impeccable, innovative – but very Catalan – cuisine, with dishes such as the veal 'fricandó' (beef fillet with mushrooms) with Scotch bonnet mushrooms. — Time Out
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Mediterranean
Eixample
8 reviews
Another nu-trad tapas bar focusing on excellent quality produce. — Time Out
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Mediterranean
Barceloneta
6 reviews
Seafood seduction served in Barcelona’s old fisherman’s quarter since 1903. — Gayot
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Mediterranean
Ciutadella / Vila Olimpica
8 reviews
Blessed with two Michelin stars, Catalan chef Sergi Arola is a rising star of Spain's culinary world. — Frommer's
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Mediterranean
Sant Gervasi-Galvany
8 reviews
Minimalist decor and culinary aesthetics pair well here: steak tartare, peerless tuna belly, ham, chicken croquettes, and a by-the-glass wine list catalog with interesting discoveries. — Fodor's
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Mediterranean
Barceloneta
8 reviews
Opening its doors in 1836 to begin offering over 150 years of excellence, Restaurant de les 7 Portes is truly the most classic of Barcelona's eating places — Michelin Guide
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Mediterranean
Gracia
10 reviews
In the popular Gràcia district. It has a charming bar at the entrance and the main room is on different levels with a profusion of wood and decorative touches with a maritime feel. — Michelin Guide
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Mediterranean
El Raval
8 reviews
A favorite with Barcelona's creative crowd, this place is hung with pictures and engravings, some original, by Dalí and other prominent artists. — Fodor's
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