I like to visit Barcelona every chance I get and this time I wanted to share my top 3 Cafes in Barcelona that I either stumbled upon or heard about from friends. You may be familiar with some of my suggestions and if you are I would love to hear about it in the comments below.
If you are not, I really hope that my top 3 Cafes in Barcelona come in helpful to you, especially if you decide to visit the city in the summer months. So without much further ado, I will list them in order of my preference based on a personal experience.
The reason I decided to add Tropico to my top 3 Cafes in Barcelona is that its a bit of a hidden gem and it’s so perfect for brunch. They serve the best smoothies and portion size is very filling. If you are looking for a hidden gem with a quirky setting. I opted for made out very fresh ingredients that I actually struggled to finish and I always finish my food. I had Arepas for the first time in my life and absolutely loved it. This is a traditional Venezuelan dish made out of ground maize dough and served with eggs, very delicious and I recommend it indeed. The service was friendly and the food came out quickly. It’s little on a pricey side for Barcelona and it was more on par with London prices so expect to pay £15 per head on average. It was definitely worth it.
Bicioci Bike Cafe is located in a cool neighbourhood of Gracia is a little hipster gem serving delicious food at an affordable price. The decor is cosy and features cycles throughout the cafe and service is so friendly. I opted for avocado tartare which was super delicious and fresh but you cant expect anything less in Barcelona as most cafes serve really delicious food. Apparently, their pizzas are amazing too but I try to eat healthy most of the time. If you are after a quirky spot that’s not packed with tourist, delicious food at an affordable price then Bike Cafe and Pizza Barcelona is a good choice. I will definitely be back on my next visit.
I added La Masala to my top 3 Cafes in Barcelona based on the quality of the coffee that they serve, the location and the interior. The decor is so cute and quaint that it provides a perfect pit stop and a break from sightseeing as its conveniently located between Garcia and the Gothic quarter in one of Barcelona’s most picturesque alleyways. Service is really friendly and the coffee is one of the best I had in Barcelona. I didn’t have any food here as it I stumbled upon it after lunch so in al honesty I’m not even sure if they serve food since I didn’t even ask. However, if you are looking for a hidden gem cafe that serves amazing coffee then La Masala is the best bet.
I hope you find this selection helpful and I would love to find out your top 3 Cafes in Barcelona or any other must dos when you are visiting this beautiful city.
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