Spain Dining Guide: Unique Restaurants In Barcelona


Can Ramonet

Located in the heart of the Barceloneta district, in a building with more than 250 years of history, Can Ramonet is a restaurant that seamlessly combines tradition and modernity. This iconic restaurant offers Mediterranean and Spanish cuisine, home-style cooking with the freshest seafood, fish and local seasonal produce. Average price: 20-40 €.

El Bosc De Les Fades

El Bosc de les Fades is located at the bottom of the most famous street in the city: Las Ramblas. This restaurant/ cafe is one of the places you end up when visiting the Wax Museum of Barcelona. It is decorated with interesting and unexpected details in every corner: waterfalls, a haunted house, a creepy-looking child’s room, etc. Here you can enjoy a cup of coffee, some appetizers or one of the best burgers in Barcelona. Average price: 4-10€.

Benzina

Benzina is an Italian restaurant with a Brooklyn-inspired interior located in what used to be a car shop near the Avenida del Paralelo. The restaurant offers traditional Italian dishes with a touch of a more contemporary style without compromising the authentic flavor. It combines the sophistication of a cocktail bar with a unique dining experience, surrounded by a 1970s and 80s playlist. Average price: 23 – 45€

La Caseta Del Migdia

La Caseta is located in Montjuic, a famous viewpoint in Barcelona. This is an “open-air” restaurant as it only has an outdoor space with tables set among pine trees and excellent views of the city. La Caseta doesn’t offer fancy food, just barbecue, grilled fish and beer but it has a great atmosphere with chill music where you can relax and enjoy the beautiful sunset. Average price: 25€.

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