Catalan thus Barcelona cuisine is not all about tapas, they are not the mainstay of the region and most dishes are larger, stand-alone meals. The best dishes mainly contain pork and fresh seafood, with a focus on fresh, seasonal produce that varies from recipes as simple as crushed tomatoes smeared on bread. On this page visitors can find the list of best dishes that they should not miss while in Barcelona and of course the prices.
Before coming to Barcelona, it is very important to check prices. Given that Barcelona is Spain’s second largest city, food prices are not everywhere the same, and they depend on many factors, especially on location. In more expensive restaurants, a meal for two costs between 20 and 40 euros. On the other hand, in more reasonably priced restaurants, a meal for two costs between 11 and 28 euros. Catalan and Spanish restaurants are predominant in Barcelona. Of course, there are many fast food restaurants as well.
What to drink in Spain (Barcelona)? First association on mentioning sangria is Spain, then cheerful Barcelona. Both locals and tourists love it. The only “genuine” sangria is made exclusively in Spain. Sangria is a sweet red wine with liqueur or lemonade that adds acidity. They usually drink in the afternoon, after lunch, during a siesta. Spanish gin tonic, even though it does not originate from there, is the best, or they say so. Spaniards took hold of gin tonic as their own, it is served with cold top-shelf tonic, and not without a flower decoration.