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Two foody streets in Barcelona that are bang on trend: Blai and Parlament

By | 30 January, 2018 | 0 comments

Barcelona is a cosmopolitan city where you can do just about anything you want, but something that should definitely behigh up on your itinerary is to head out and enjoy some of our amazing food districts, found on calle Blai and calle Parlament.

Tapas Blai

Blai, just pick out your favourite terrace and enjoy the best food and drink in town

In Poble Sec, calle Blai really sets the benchmark in the best tapas in the city. A pedestrianised street chock full of terraces, the only drawback is having to decide what to order from so much choice.

Start your tapas grand tour on this street, where there are plenty of bars. Allow us to introduce just a few of them so you can get a flavour of what’s on offer.

La Tasqueta de Blai, specialising in vermouth with a wide selection of snacks and tapas, here, you’ll find every kind of vermouth to accompany the best kinds of tapas.

Blai 9, prices simply aren’t an issue here, as they offer sandwiches and snacks from just €1 to €1.50, so it’s a given that you’ll probably end up sampling more than just one.

Blai Tonight dazzles diners with their richly-stocked tapas bar, all you have to do is choose whether you’re in the mood for cold, hot or sweet!

Parlament, modern dining in Barcelona

Between Las Ramblas and the Paralelo is an area that’s truly booming with great Catalan cuisine.

Easily accessible from the city centre, but far enough removed so you’re away from the hustle and bustle, Parlament is the place to be for enjoying a great breakfast or brunch, an afterwork social or just a delicious evening meal.

Bar Calders, one of the oldest bars in the area and one of the founding members of Parlament as we know it. The bar’s charm and wonderful atmosphere mean this place will soon be a firm favourite, but it’s their tapas that will have you coming back again and again.

Café Cometa, one of those places that you simply fall in love with as soon as you step through the door. Specialists in coffee and homemade cakes, here you can enjoy a fabulous breakfast or afternoon snack to recharge your batteries.

El Dinàmic de BCN, enjoy traditional Catalan food with just the right sprinkling of modernity thrown in. Here, you’ll also find a wide range of craft beers.

Lando, immerse yourself in a menu that’s been influenced by all the great European cities. Delicious food in a unique atmosphere with an industrial-style interior.

Categories: barcelona

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