The best 3 restaurants to eat paella in Barcelona

If you’re looking for a great place to eat paella in Barcelona, then look no further! This city is home to some of the best restaurants in Spain and they all offer amazing paella dishes. In this article, we’ll be highlighting the top 10 restaurants that serve up delicious paella dishes.

 

1. Can Majo Restaurant

C/ D'Emília Llorca Martín, 23, 08003 Barcelona

First on our list is Can Majo Restaurant. Located near Barceloneta Beach, this restaurant offers an incredible selection of seafood-based Paellas as well as other traditional Spanish fare like tapas and sangria. The atmosphere here is cozy and inviting with its rustic decor and outdoor seating area overlooking the beach which makes it perfect for a romantic evening out or just catching up with friends over dinner.

 

2.  La Fonda del Port Vell

C/ Moll de Gregal, 7, 8, 9, 08005 Barcelona

Next on our list is La Fonda del Port Vell which has been serving customers since 1948! Here you can find both traditional Valencian style Paellas as well as more modern takes on classic recipes from around Spain such as their black rice version made with squid ink or their vegetarian options featuring seasonal vegetables simmered together in saffron broth served alongside succulent grilled vegetables – yum! They also have live music performances every weekend so if you want to enjoy your meal listening to some tunes while taking in views of Barcelona’s harbor then this spot should definitely be at the top of your list when visiting Barcelona!.

 

3. El Xampanyet

Carrer de Montcada, 22, 08003 Barcelona

Lastly we have El Xampanyet located right off Las Ramblas street where locals come for quick bites throughout lunchtime but stay late into night enjoying drinks paired perfectly by expert bartenders who know how shake things up just right – plus they make sure each dish comes accompanied by fresh bread rolls baked daily making them one favorite among tourists too! As far food goes expect plenty choices ranging from all types seafood based Paellas cooked several different styles including fideua (similar noodle-based) variety even vegan option available upon request – so whatever dietary preferences there something everyone here enjoy without breaking bank either!. So what are waiting try these amazing spots today? Celebrar cumpleaños.

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