Saturday, 22 July 2017

405. Barcelona eats.

 1. Ugot.

Great stylish little cafe with a vintage theme. Offered a mixture of brunch items such as omlettes, eggs benedict and shatshuka. Best brunch place we visited. Ranges between 8euros - 10euros.

 2. Federel Cafe.

More of the minimalist hipster with a macbook vibe, you can sit in the windows of the cafe which makes for outdoor eating. Some of the staff are nice some are rude so it's a lucky dip with service. Very large menu and lots to choose from. Adored my brioche toastie with cheese and ham shoulder. The boyfriend said the omelette in Ugot was better. About the same price as Ugot. 7euros - 12euros. More variety.

3. Bar Fidel

Great little sandwich shop, which had a great authentic feel at bargain prices.

4. El Xampanyet

Very popular with all the tourists and there's a reason why. It's tasty, authentic and 1 litre of cava is 10 euros. No pictures as I was too busy enjoying it. The staff are super friendly and helpful, there's such a great atmosphere and it's very affordable. Recommend to arrive 10 minutes before opening if you want a seat!

5. El Poble Sec (Road)

There's a road filled with lots and lots of small restaurants/bars which all offer a Spainish snack called Pinchos. They aren't anything special but they are quite fun to eat and range between 1- 2 euros so a bargain if you're on a tight budget.

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