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The Five Best Places to Get Churros in Barcelona

By | 26 March, 2018 | 0 comments

One of the best dishes to enjoy in winter is the pleasure of a delicious hot chocolate with churros, instantly washing away those cold winter blues and giving your taste buds something they really won’t forget in a hurry. Even though the temperatures in Barcelona rarely drop below zero, it’s always a tempting thought on those cold winter days to visit one of the many churros stalls across the city and indulge your senses. Here is our selection of the best you’ll find.

chocolate con churros

Comaxurros

Located at 562 calle Muntaner, they specialise in freshly-made churros. They differ from the traditional churro in that they’re first baked and then fried in olive oil. But this reworking of the authentic churro recipe goes much deeper, as they also offer churros that mimicpatatas bravas, churros that are filled with raspberry or vanilla!

La Pallaresa

Found at 11 carrer de Petritxol, they perfectly encapsulate the tradition and history of Barcelona’s gothic quarter. Opened in 1947, they sell hand-crafted churros where star billing on their menu is given to the Suizo (chocolate with cream). Another highlight is their wide variety of products, such as the crema catalana, the egg flan and the Pallaresa ensaimada.

Viader

This former dairy on carrer d´en Xuclà, once converted into a dairy processing factory, has the honour of being the headquarters of one of Catalonia’s best-known exports, the Cacaolat. Nowadays, it’s the perfect place to enjoy some amazing chocolate in a classic setting, which has been enjoyed by the great and the good of Catalan society for years. Cheeses, artisanal sausages and honey are just some of the star products at this restaurant.

La Xocolateria by Oriol Balaguer

At 5 carrer de la Fusina, you’ll come across the hidden gem of a master chocolatier, Oriol Balaguer. La Xocolateria works wonders with the age-old deliciousness of traditional treats, where among the churros, crepes and croissants, you’ll find a whole host of amazing products to delight the palates of even the most discerning diners.

Xurreria San Román

Founded in 1969, at 211 carrer Consell de Cent we find a churrería blending character with tradition. Open from 8.00 to 22.00, it’s the perfect spot to dive into a world of churro goodness, all dipped in a deliciously tasty cup of hot chocolate.

We’re sure these churro spots will have given you the appetite to enjoy a scrumptious winter’s afternoon enjoying the delights of the great city of Barcelona.

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