If you think a churro’s only friend is chocolate, you’re about to have your mind changed. This churrería offers many takes on the classic pastry, including a churrito bravo (churros with patatas bravas sauce), churros with ham and salmorejo (cold bread-and-tomato soup), churros with sobrassada (cured pork with paprika) and churros with honey and cheese. If you’re looking to expand your churro horizons, Comaxurros is the place to do it.
You’ll never go hungry in Barcelona, but one of our favorite delicacies is the humble churro (or xurro in Catalan). The Spanish version of doughnuts, churros are deep-fried lengths of choux pastry. We don’t discriminate – sweet or savoury, long or short, served with thick hot chocolate or rolled in sugar – churros are always the answer. Here are our nine picks for the best spots in town.
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