Ciutat Vella is the historic center of Barcelona and groups four districts as the Raval, the Gothic Quarter, La Ribera and La Barceloneta. In this list, you will see the restaurant that most closely can match to your budget, your preferences on location and the sort type of food you like.
1 – Bar Lobo
It is very close to the Ramblas and you find in this bar meals, tapas and drinks. It is a perfect place to stop and have a bite before continuing through the streets of the historic center of Barcelona. Japanese food is very well appreciated by diners in this restaurant.
2 – Somorrostro
It services the Mediterranean cuisine. This is a restaurant with lots of character, warm and welcoming and most importantly dishes are very well prepared with fresh ingredients and seasonings. It has a special menu of €17 with VAT included which is highly recommended.
3 – Sal Café
It is located in one of the most privileged area for travelers who enjoy the sea view places. It has over 100 meters of terrace, situated at the level of the beach. Its facilities are modern and give a vintage touch. In this restaurant, you will find Mediterranean dishes, as well as Japanese, Balinese and other Eastern cultures.
4 – The Grand Café
Located in the Gothic Quarter, it is decorated with modernist overtones. It is an excellent option to try traditional dishes of Catalan cuisine in a sophisticated atmosphere.
5 – 7 Portes
It was founded in 1836 and is considered as one of the classic restaurants of Barcelona for its architecture and history. It specializes in paellas and traditional Catalan food.
6 – Salamanca
Located in the neighborhood of Barceloneta, the sailor and formerly inhabited by fishermen and port workers, give Salamanca that maritime feel in all the dishes it serves to its guests. Here you will find a kitchen of sea where they emphasize their paellas and noodle dishes and seafood specialties with squid, cuttlefish and octopus among others.
7 – Ca L’Isidre
Ca L’Isidre is a family restaurant, where traditional Catalan and Mediterranean cuisine is mixed with modern touches that are found mostly in cooking techniques and handling of quality products.
8 – Enoteca de Paco Perez
It is awarded as the Michelin star and it is located in the majestic Hotel Arts Barcelona. True to its name, the Enoteca saw its walls with a representation of the best wineries.
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1 – Happy Rock Bar & Grill
In a fun and casual environment where there is raw rock n ‘roll on large widescreen displays, you can enjoy a pleasant culinary products offering grilled and salads. It is very easy to reach Happy Rock Bar & Grill for the reason that it is located in the Arenas Mall.
2 – House Tapes Cañota
It is located at Carrer de Lleida, 7, 08004 Barcelona. The average pricing ranges from 20 to 40 euros. Typical Galician tapas combined with classic dishes with specialties from other regions are complemented by other original and creative recipes at this restaurant. Most of the ingredients of this place come from the sea. I recommend you to taste the Galician Potato Bravas as well as octopus and garlic Tenderloin Tacos.
3 – Elche
The address of Elche is Carrer de Vilà i Vilà, 71, 08004 Barcelona. The average price range between 20 and 40 euros. Located in the heart of Poble Sec of Barcelona in the popular area, the Elche restaurant is known for its Mediterranean rice dishes, casseroles, and noodles, according to traditional Valencian recipes.
4 – La Font de Prades
Located in the mountain of Montjuïc, La Font de Prades has spent 40 years serving a high level of Catalan cuisine with Mediterranean roots, and local products accompanied by a good selection of wine. Its specialty is rice, codfish and grilled meats. It offers vegetarian and celiac-dishes as well as for other special diets.
5 – Nuclo
Nuclo is known for its evolved, creative, surprising and respectful with the Catalan cuisine. With modern, bright and welcoming space, I recommend you try the ravioli of crab with suco crustaceans, confit tomatoes and air basil, caramelized foie gras with peach vine and red summer and scallops with sea urchins.
6 – Montjuic El Xalet
Located on top of Montjuïc with a spectacular view of both the sea and the mountains and the city of Barcelona, you can taste the best dishes of Mediterranean cuisine. Its best-known dishes are the sirloin with fried scallops and creamy potato and trunk cod with apple musolina accompanied by garlic and ‘mongetes Gantxet’ and the Steak Tartar.
7 – Miramar Forestier
It is located within the Hotel Miramar, in the mountain of Montjuïc. It is known for its cuisine in an atmosphere of peace and tranquility that produce good views about the place. Highly recommended foods include turbot roasted with garlic and parsley ratte potatoes, beef tartar with fries and steamed chicken supreme with citrus scent.