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Mediterranean
Eixample
8 reviews
Eaters embark on a thrilling Catalan-Basque “adventure” that’s “excellent from beginning to end” at this Eixample winner by famed chef Martín Berasategui. — Zagat
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Mediterranean
Eixample
11 reviews
Jordi Artal's "Five Senses" wows diners with his contemporary Catalan cuisine--and the restaurant now has a Michelin star to boot, so you'll need to book. — Rough Guide
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Mediterranean
El Born / La Ribera
14 reviews
Pied piper Pep Manubens has been pulling off culinary magic in this slender slot of a restaurant for the last quarter century. — Travel + Leisure
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Mediterranean
Eixample
11 reviews
Chef Jordi Vilà is making news here with his inventive creations and tasting menus. — Fodor's
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Mediterranean
Eixample
10 reviews
Tickets, frankly, is more fun. It consists of six themed tapas bars in one colorful space. — Frommer's
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Mediterranean
Sant Gervasi-La Bonanova
12 reviews
Want to experience Barcelona's avant-garde food scene first-hand? Check into ABaC Restaurant & Hotel — Jetsetter
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Diners
Sant Gervasi-Galvany
7 reviews
“Solid and trusted”, this lower Sant Gervasi longtimer with “lots of character” provides “delicious” “traditional” Catalan-International fare delivered by “professional” servers. — Zagat
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Japanese
El Raval
9 reviews
Dos Palillos has two bar areas—the Asian bar serves their tasting menu at dinner, and at the more casual-feeling tapas bar, it’s à la carte for lunch and dinner. — goop
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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
Just off Passeig de Gracia, the city’s Art Nouveau shopping street, Tapaç 24 is great for a breakfast of bocadillos (sandwiches) and cafe con leche. — Travel + Leisure
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Mediterranean
Sant Gervasi-Galvany
8 reviews
The minimalist interior design of Oriol Ivern's small restaurant is undistinguished but his cooking has won him a well-deserved Michelin star — Fodor'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
8
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Mediterranean
Barceloneta
6 reviews
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Mediterranean
Ciutadella / Vila Olimpica
8 reviews
Catalan chef Sergi Arola—from Michelin two-starred Sergi Arola Gastro in Madrid—opened this tapas restaurant at the Hotel Arts in Olympic Village, in 2004. — Travel + Leisure
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Mediterranean
Eixample
8 reviews
Tasting menus --- the 19-course '˜Disfrutar Menu'™ and the 25-course '˜Festival Menu'™ --- 'œwhere the pursuit of pleasure is the main premise.' — Gayot
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Mediterranean
Barceloneta
8 reviews
Specialty paella and seafood dishes served under the graceful arches of the Princesa II promenade. — Gayot
8
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Mediterranean
Sant Gervasi-Galvany
8 reviews
The initial buzz of Coure's mid-2005 opening has quieted, but the all-ages see-and-be-seen crowd still find young chef Ventura to be full of promise. — Concierge
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Mediterranean
Eixample
6 reviews
This meringue-white L’Eixample storefront belongs to Rafa Peña, the 32-year-old current leader of Spain’s bistronomic movement. — Travel + Leisure
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Mediterranean
Barceloneta
6 reviews
This is some of the best food you can find in Barcelona, period — The Infatuation
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Mediterranean
Gracia
10 reviews
Botafumeiro is a warm family restaurant where you’re just as likely to see dignitaries as local celebs. — goop
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