Food in Barcelona can be so hit-or-miss, as there’s a huge market for satisfying the stomachs of hungry tourists. However, if you’ve followed my blog for a while you’ll know how much I encourage you to step away from highly-populated tourist zones for food.
That’s why I’ve put together a list walking through 10 of Barcelona’s best places for food. From the perspective of someone who wants to keep you away from bland food. Further down you’ll find a bit of everything, to ensure all bases are covered. We’ve got budget eats, a wicked place for brunch, and my favourite spot for sushi. The featured restaurants also take into account dietary requirements, which is why most recommendations are suited to gluten-free, vegan or veggie diets.
Trust me, you won’t want to skip this post. It virtually guarantees a memorable foodie experience in Barcelona.
Before we get into it, if you’re looking for even more Barcelona food content I’ll point you towards some pre-reading: 5 Food Spots Only Locals Will Know
10 Unmissable Food Places In Barcelona
Simply screenshot and you’re all set. I bet you wish all holiday planning was this easy, right?
Messié Gluten Free Pizza For Allergens
Caldeni for Meat-Eaters
Disfrutar for Fine-Dining
FOC BARCELONETA for Latin-American Nibbles
Copasetic for Casual Lunch
Conesa Entrepans for Snacks
Ziqi for Sushi + Ramen
Chivuo’s for Street-Food
Picnic for Brunch
Windsor for Date-Night
Koy Shunka for Michelin Star
Rasoterra for Veggies & Vegans
Other Barcelona-Related Posts:
Free Barcelona E-Book – While this resource focuses slightly more on first-time visitors to BCN, there’s plenty of gems for even the most frequent guests. Heads up – there’s even 2 whole pages dedicated to food alone. Save it to your phone immediately!
22 Cool Things To Do In Barcelona Checklist – Once you’ve got food spots sorted, you’re going to need some entertainment no? That’s where my printable checklist comes in. You’ve got everything from where to grab tapas, the best spot for cocktails, and the name of an interactive museum with an indoor rainforest inside. Yes, really.