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La Cova Fumada was stop 1 of 3. We arrive at 10:30AM and there are only a few locals in the tables surrounding ourselves. Since we plan to hit...More
lovely fresh fish tapas, well cooked. loads of garlic on the garlic bread. razor clams, grilled squid were excellent, enjoyed otcopus, sardines and artichokes and la bombas were very tasty. Not fine waiter service. But friendly and with a smile. enjoyed a bit of banter....More
I went on a recommendation from foody friends. They weren't wrong! She has Spanish parents, so knows what she's talking about. This is the real deal - no airs and graces, pleasant enough decor, but no money wasted on it. It's all about the food,...More
One of the best places for fresh fish. Served in the traditional Spanish Tapas.
Don't miss the "Bombas" . Don´t miss the "artichokes"
You have to wait to be seated but it is worthwhile.
We have visited three times already . We simply love it....More
Best tapas bar in Barcelona. You can taste how fresh the seafood is - I suspect it is fresh off the boat! Delicious seasoning, makes the seafood shine. The owners are very friendly, and the whole place has a great vibe. We went there for...More
I was surprised by this place, very traditional and characteristic. It’s quite small so you have to be patient till the staff (very kind) shows you where to sit.
The food is great, I found it a bit expensive but it was worth.
Non- touristy place filled with locals who seem to know the family owners for ages. We were there at 1045 am and the place was full- waited about 15 minutes before we got seated. Non- pretentious, good Spanish tapas. Fresh seafood! The scampi plainly grilled...More
If you’re looking for a truly local experience, it can’t get better than this. This is a small hole-in-the-wall kind of place which offers the best tapas in Barcelona. You can go to the fancy places but the hospitality and quality of food you get...More
Arrive early, be patient and prepare to eat some of the best food in town, start with the bombas, the mejillones andthe oan con tomat. Tnen keep going, everything in the menu is fresh and excellent and cooked right there.
Then finish with another bomba......More
Originally a fisherman’s quarter, this quaint area can’t escape its small village feel: laundry hanging over the narrow streets, old ladies clamoring at each other from their balconies and elder gentlemen playing games on short wooden benches gossiping the day away, Barceloneta could double as a film set. Artists line the boardwalk displaying their magnificently detailed sand structures making this the most visited beach in
the city (the shirtless men working out might help too). You’ll know by the delicious aroma that you're in the right place to try some of the best and most authentic seafood including paella, Spain’s national dish.
Response from E924VOstevej | Reviewed this property |
can’t speak to this with any certainty but I’ve heard the place is open earlier than other joints. I would not count on a different menu being in place, though they may have specials from the morning’s catch (until they are... More
can’t speak to this with any certainty but I’ve heard the place is open earlier than other joints. I would not count on a different menu being in place, though they may have specials from the morning’s catch (until they are depleted, which in my experience is very quickly). I think I posted a pic of their menu from the wall earlier this year...