Time Out says
Barcelona’s coolest churrería has some adorably eccentric ideas – such as their churrito bravo (churros with spicy salsa brava, more commonly eaten with patatas bravas) and other way-out combos like churros with ham and salmorejo (thick bread-and-tomato cold soup), or with sobrassada (cured pork with paprika), honey and cheese, which is a big hit with the intrepid clientele of this eye-catching establishment, nestled between a comic book shop and a cupcake store. Our tip? Churros, freshly fried in extra virgin olive oil, with chestnut purée and cocoa.
|Transport:||El Putxet and Muntaner (FGC)|
|Opening hours:||Mon closed; Tue, Wed 4.30pm-8.30pm; Thu, Fri 9.30am-1.30pm, 4.30pm-8.30pm; Sat, Sun, holidays 9am-2pm, 5pm-8.30pm|