This classic tavern was reopened by some bloggers who are passionate about wine and tapas, and they've applied their philosophy to breakfasts in the bar featuring sandwiches that are so big they can count as a full brunch: 'botifarra' sausage with cubes of aubergine, or tuna with cheese and sun-dried tomatoes are among the surprises that await you.
You don’t have to break the bank to head to Barcelona. In fact, the best way to do it is to save your hard-earned cash for the stuff that actually can add up (the city’s museums, attractions, and all the rest) and opt for cheaper options for lunch and dinner.
And don’t worry, Barcelona isn’t short of budget-friendly options. Here you’ll find everything from classic tapas to cheap pasta, and fresh dumplings to gnocchi bars. At most spots on our list, you can get lunch for around €10, which is an absolute steal. Here are our favourite cheap eats in Barcelona.
This article was written by Ricard Martín, food and drink editor at Time Out Barcelona. At Time Out, all of our travel guides are written by local writers who know their cities inside out. For more about how we curate, see our editorial guidelines.