C. Casanova, 157 Barcelona, Spain 934 39 51 07
Another variety of tapas is pinchos, Basque-region treats that come speared on a toothpick — and no one does them better than the Montaner
Xucla, 4-6 Barcelona, Spain 933 18 34 86
Barcelonians indulge in crema Catalana, a fourth-century dessert that is similar to a French creme brulee, with the addition of cinnamon and
Girona 70 Barcelona, Spain 932 65 51 05
Chef Victor Ferrer at Betlem is inspired not only by tapas, but also by the experience they represent, that of sharing food.
Av. Litoral, 36 Barcelona, Spain 932 21 14 01
Paella is a Spanish dish of rice and whatever meat or seafood is available — or, as chef Jordi Campos of Chiringuito Las Sardinitas puts i
Poeta Cabanyes, 25 Barcelona, Spain 934 42 31 42
The city of Barcelona is famous for fun finger foods known as tapas, and no form of tapas is more popular than montaditos, the specialty at
C. Comtal, 3 Barcelona, Spain 933 01 17 87
Cinco Jotas treats the art of curing black Iberian ham extremely seriously — and it shows in every bite!