Restaurants in Spain

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The service at Casa Paloma is excellent, the menu is outstanding (they serve the best tartare in Barcelona, and try the Angus steak, too—it melts in... Read More

Batter-fried bacalao is crispest at Casa Revuelta, a tatty dive frozen in time off the stern, arcaded Plaza Mayor, the heart of Hapsburg Madrid. Read More

Cata 181 is a great place to get a thorough introduction to cava. My favorites on the menu are Colet Navazos (both the taste and smell of it are simply... Read More

Known for its market-sourced Mediterranean cuisine, Chantarella is headed by chef-brothers Álvaro and Enrique Díaz. The brothers opened... Read More

First opened in 1894, Chocolatería San Ginés is renowned for its churros con chocolate — deep fried pastries served with a cup... Read More

Since 2004, the Canadian-Catalan Artal family has engineered a big success in this clean-lined, minimalist space, appealing to hip, young locals with... Read More

A hybrid newcomer—part bar, part restaurant, part café—where the kitchen prepares creative riffs on Spanish classics. Clandestino has... Read More

The opening pun (comer, “to eat,” and Carrer Comerç) is fair warning that Carles Abellán is out to play with your mind and... Read More

Located in Gracia, the youngest neighborhood in town, Con Gracia deserves considerably more fame than it currently enjoys, but maybe that's part of the... Read More

I really like this place, located in Gracia, the youngest neighborhood in town. The decor is elegantly modern and the lighting is superb. My... Read More

This restaurant has one of the most famous bar counters in the city; though the menu served here is brief, don’t be fooled—these guys know how to cook.... Read More

Another place with a great reputation in Barcelona, Crustó has the best bread for sandwiches (this is not a joke) in town. My recommendation is to buy... Read More

Housed in the renovated Santa Caterina Market, this casual eatery serves four types of cuisine: Asian, Mediterranean, Italian, and vegetarian. Echoing... Read More

Owned by former TV chef Darío Barrio, this trendy Salamanca restaurant is set in a 19th-century coalbunker renovated by Barrio’s architect... Read More

Located on the shaded Plaza de la Paja, Delic muddles mojitos that are considered among the best in the city. Diners come to this café's outdoor... Read More

When three head chefs from the world-renowned, former-best-restaurant-in-the-world El Bulli decided to open their own place in early 2015, it didn't... Read More

This elegant bar in the one of the most beautiful—and oldest—parts of the city has a large and well-curated cava menu. After you’ve had a glass or two,... Read More

Diverxo’s David Muñoz (the youngest chef ever to helm a Michelin three-starred restaurant) continues to wow diners with his highly inventive takes on... Read More

Barcelona-born twin chefs Javier and Sergio Torres recently opened Dos Cielos to instant critical raves for their inventive riffs on Catalan food. Read More

At star power of El Bulli’s former chef de cuisine Albert Raurich's latest opening, the setup is half the fun: you enter a traditional tapas bar ... Read More

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