Restaurants in Spain

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Since it opened in 2012, Suculent, set in a laid-back locale in the edgy Raval district, has become one of Barcelona's established local favorites.... Read More

All cool brushed steel, slatted wood, and black slate, Sula is such a white-hot celebrity hangout one can forget that the joint is actually owned by... Read More

Known for its waterfront view, this Barceloneta port restaurant brings in ingredients fresh from the fish market, located a mere 100 meters away. Housed... Read More

On a quiet corner off one of La Latina’s busy tapas-hopping thoroughfares, Almendro 13 is far from undiscovered—in fact, it buzzes. But that... Read More

Order featherlight tempura of baby vegetables highlighted with a sweet-tart reduction of sherry vinegar. It seems incongruous, feasting on truffled beef... Read More

Traditional dishes like serrano suckling pig and sautéed garbanzo beans are specialties at this restaurant in Córdoba. Read More

Just off Passeig de Gracia, the city’s Art Nouveau shopping street, Tapaç 24 is great for a breakfast of bocadillos (sandwiches) and cafe... Read More

Do the prefix dinenr of eclectic cuisine served around the communal table at the arty yet homey spot. Read More

Can't find reservations in all of Barcelona?There’s always the stupendous mound of fried rabbit and caramelized garlic at the rustic gem called... Read More

Terrasa Alaire is an excellent choice for an outdoor dinner on a budget, with its excellent tapas menu and a well-chosen list of wines, but even better... Read More

One of the newest stars in Barcelona's culinary sky, this contemporary bistro inhabits a visually impressive space on the ground floor of a new boutique... Read More

The first new venture of world-famous chef Ferran Adrià after he announced the closure of El Bulli (at the time considered the world's best restaurant).... Read More

This is simply one of the best tables in the city. Albert Adrià’s "tapas with a twist" are always a sure bet in Barcelona, and the restaurant itself—a... Read More

The patatas bravas at Tomas are the best in town (and among the best in all of Spain). The secret is in the way the potatoes are cooked here: when... Read More

This is possibly the biggest underdog in Barcelona when it comes to excellence in cooking. The chef, Isidre Soler, has worked with the best cooks in... Read More

The glamorous see-and-be-seen scene merits attention with an inspired repertoire of seasonally inspired specialties—such as gazpacho with tuna... Read More

Tuset is home cooking at its best. Try the bacallà a la llauna (cod with beans, cooked to perfection with wine and spices) or the calçots (a seasonal... Read More

The Valhalla of fresh-anchovy dishes. Read More

A fine-dining institution since 1967, Via Veneto uses fresh ingredients from the Mediterranean coast in its authentic Catalan cuisine. Helmed by... Read More

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