Barcelona tapas route

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Barcelona tapas route
Proposta de l'Informal by Marc Gascons

It's time now for the second part of the culinary route known as De Tapas por Barcelona, which this year was dived up into two time periods to give you more time to visit all the participating bars and restaurants offering original tapas accompanied by a glass of draught of small bottle of Estrella Damm beer, for just €2.50. This part is on from June 11 to 21, and features the participation of 60 bars and restaurants throughout the neighbourhoods of Barri Gòtic, Born, Barceloneta, Sant Martí, Sant Andreu, Eixample Dret, Gràcia and Horta-Guinardó.

Remember to grab a map to guide you and make the most of the ten days to discover new places and creative tapas. For example, you can start with the crunchy chicken-skin canapé with a fried chicken wing and kimchi sauce at Café de la Pedrera; or the barbecued and lightly smoked red-tuna tataki served with diced tomato, ginger and wasabi offered by El Informal de Marc Gascons.

If you need more excuses to go tasting, how about the migabitas from Café del Sol? 'Migas' in this case are a sort bread crumb/crouton along with fava beans with mint and crispy ham. And for real meat lovers, try the veal cheek stew roll with nuts, truffle oil and olive oil pearls from Bubó Bar, or the Iberian 'samfaina' (grilled veg stew) with pork that they'll serve you in La Gloria. There's loads to choose from, so don't miss your chance.

Be sure to download your own copy of the route map on the Gastronosfera website.

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