Carrer de Ginebra, 13, 08003 Barcelona, Spain
4 months ago
Another spot in the Barceloneta that’s serving up old-school bombas and a range of delicious tapas, and is more of a sure bet than La Cova Fumada as it keeps more normal hours.
8 months ago
This boisterous tapas bar in the center of the Barceloneta neighborhood is a cheap and tasty place for a relaxed weekend lunch of tapas and vermouth. Both locations (on the same block) are usually full at meal times, so wait by the door trying to catch a waiter’s eye to get your name on the waitlist. Navalles a la planxa (grilled razor clams), sípia a la planxa (grilled cuttlefish), and calamars a l'andalusa (fried squid) are tasty starters. [$$]