Find here my blog posts about tapas.
A selection of the best free tapas You might have heard that in the rest of Spain it is common to serve free tapas with your drink (order a beer, to fit in with the locals: a sangria will immediately mark you as a tourist), but in Barcelona that doesn’t happen. Or… at least not […]Read more
Traditional food and tapas in Poble Sec Poblesec is the neighborhood located at the foot of the Montjuic Hill, between the port and Plaça Espanya. While for many years no one will find anything exciting to do there, now it has become a pole attracting food lovers of all budgets: from people looking for inexpensive […]Read more
Our favorite Spanish style eggs We love eggs, in Spain! And, no they aren’t considered breakfast food: they have a place with some of the favorite tapas and main courses here. We cook them often, and everyone enjoys them. And no, egg benedict aren’t popular: they are seen as that fancy type of egg you […]Read more
Vegetarian tapas you must try in Barcelona Love tapas? I do as well! When I decided to become vegetarian a few years ago, I thought I would have some difficulties to find vegetarian food, specially during my tours. To my surprise, I could go nearly everywhere and find some wonderful vegetarian food and tapas. And they […]Read more
The authentic sangria recipe Red wine sangria is one of the most famous Spanish drinks. Spaniards don’t drink it all the time, though: it’s a summer drink only. And we hardly ever order it at the restaurants (except maybe occasionally in tapas bars, but we usually prefer wine or bier to go with our tapas), […]Read more