Spending over two months in Barcelona it is fair to say i have eaten my way through this place, but in no way have I seen, slurped, or tasted everything I wanted. I do feel like this extra 6 kilos I am now carrying has earned me the right to give you my top recommendations and experiences worth sharing. Barcelona’s dining options is endless and all ways changing. Not only does the local Spanish places impress but due to its diverse multi-cultural city, the fusion and international foods will be sure to excite the taste buds and draw you away from the ‘Paella and Sangria’ tourist trap.
To kick of part one of this three part series, here are my top coffee spots in Barcelona
Brand new coffee shop owned by a couple who have spent both time in Indonesia and Melbourne Australia, are now offering specialty coffee that will make you feel like you are at home (if you’re Aussie).
A Barcelona hotspot! This has been dubbed the best coffee in Barcelona a number of times. This was my regular until discovering The Alchemist, but a great spot only serving a range of single origin coffee and super friendly staff
Great coffee and a great air-conditioned, polished concrete and contemporary spot with great breakfast options.
Sensational coffee as well as a great variety of healthy food pre-packed in and in house kitchen ready for you to take away or heat up and eat there. This a great spot of you health conscious and running about.
Great place to perch up and work and sits beneath the Casa Bonay hotel. You can also hot the roof top and bar out the back.
Located in the small narrow lane ways of El Born, and the variety of toast options are all class and decadent.The coffee is fantastic and it’s a great starting point to wander the narrow streets of this colourful suburb.