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Kosher Barcelona Guide: our guide to Jewish food in Barcelona

Jewish food stores and kosher restaurants in Barcelona

The kosher Barcelona scene has changed a lot these last years. I have been giving tours for over 14 years now, and many of my clients are Jewish. Although not all of them observed strictly the kosher rules when they are traveling, occasionally I meet people that are very committed with the kosher rules. And for many years, it was a big problem for them to find places to find Jewish food in town. Until a couple of years ago, there where no kosher restaurants in Barcelona.

Luckily, things have changed and now the kosher Barcelona visitors and locals are starting to have a small but decent variety of places where you will be able to respect the Jewish food laws. Let’s discover where!

Barcelona Kosher Guide via @ForeverbarcelonHere is our kosher barcelona guide:

Maccabi. Located in the heart of La Rambla, its much more touristy however it can be much more convenient to eat here than to take a taxi uptown. Nice selection of starters, saladas, fish and meats, also to take away.

Ben Ben Kosher House. A fairly new kosher store in 257 Aribau st, and area in the uptown Barcelona that has welcomed several other kosher business although unfortunately they haven’t lasted much. Hopefully this one succeeds! They have a butcher and deli shop, a market and a café, and aim to become a kosher meeting point in the city.

ShaqShuq. One of the latest additions to the Kosher scene in Barcelona, you’ll find this Israel restaurant in Ferran street, very close to La Rambla and the Gothic Quarter. All their food is Kosher, since the venue is owned by a Jewish family with over 20 years of experience in the restaurant field. Quality food with vegetarian and vegan options, at affordable prices.

Where to find Jewish Food in Barcelona via @ForeverbarcelonTaim Catering. Order your kosher food online. They deliver at your hotel or apartment, and can also prepare special Shabbat dinners and catering for special events in Barcelona and surroundings.

Maoz. Do you need quick comfort food? Just off la Rambla this street food venue offers falafels with vegetable side dishes. It belongs to an Israeli chain, so they know what they are doing when it comes to keeping it Kosher!

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    Posted by Rachel Goodman Aspler| June 23, 2016 |Reply

    How current is this information about kosher Barcelona? we are coming from July6-12, 2016 and eat strictly kosher and will be in Barcelona, staying at a hotel near the Jewish Quarter. thank you!

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    Posted by Rosie| July 19, 2016 |Reply

    Delicias is closed

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      Posted by Pilar Forns| July 20, 2016 |Reply

      Hi Rosie,
      Thanks for letting us know!
      Have a lovely day

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    Posted by Sarfati| August 9, 2016 |Reply

    Hello,
    I would like to know if isamar kosher is still open.
    Thank you

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      Posted by Pilar Forns| August 10, 2016 |Reply

      ​I’m afraid it’s not clear: Google says it’s closed and their website is down too, but our local Jewish contacts say it’s open on Sundays from 10am to 2pm and for home delivery… Unfortunately being August it’s hard to check as even if they were open they’d likely be closed for holidays. And if they only open on Sundays I’m afraid we can’t check either as our office is closed in the weekends. If you are staying at a hotel in Barcelona maybe you could ask the concierge to check. And then let us know what you found out! Thanks!

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