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Popular Restaurants in Spain

If you're a first time visitor to Spain, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a smaller local eatery could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but the restaurants may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about restaurants in Spain.


What are some good restaurants in Spain?

Here are some of the most recommended restaurants in Spain.

Mercado de San Miguel
1 Plaza San Miguel Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid 915 42 49 36
Ciudad Condal
Rambla de Catalunya, 18 Barcelona, Cataluña +34 933 18 19 97
Tickets
Av. Paral·lel, 164 Barcelona, Cataluña
Tablao Villa Rosa
Pl. de Santa Ana, 1-5 Madrid, Madrid
Cervecería Catalana
236 Carrer de Mallorca Barcelona, Spain 932 16 03 68
Botín
Madrid, Spain 913 66 42 17
Chocolateria San Gines
Pasadizo de San Gines 5 Madrid, Spain
Taberna Los Huevos de Lucio
30 Calle Cava Baja M, Comunidad de Madrid 913 66 29 84
Taberna Alhambra
9 Calle de la Victoria M, Comunidad de Madrid 915 21 07 08
Ovejas Negras
8 Calle Hernando Colón Sevilla, Sevilla 955 12 38 11
El Tigre
Calle de las Infantas Madrid, Spain
Mercat Boqueria
C/Rambla, 91 Mercat de la Boqueria Barcelona, CT 34 93 412 13 15
Taberna La Tana
3 Placeta del Agua Granada, Spain
Pastelería C. Aixa
30 Calle Pro Tomás y Valiente Valencia, Valencian Community 961 42 25 19
El Born
26 Passeig del Born Barcelona, Spain 933 19 53 33

Here's what Trippy members had to say about restaurants:

"There is an excellent market right next to it, Mercado de San Miguel where you can sample all kinds of small bites and drink local wines, and the fabulous hot chocolate with churros!"  See More

"I'm from Barcelona and this would be my list: Taktika Berri: Ideal for pintxos or montaditos in Eixample SI Bar Ramón 1939 SCP: Catalan tapas at good quality/price in Sant Antoni La Cova Fumada: Fresh fish & catalan tapas in Barceloneta You can check more in my Barcelona tapas map Of course as people said here other good options but more expensive are: Bar Cañete Bar del Pla Cervecería Catalana Ciudad Condal"  See More

"The Mercer is absolutely fantastic … and while in Barcelona … make sure to go and see the Adria Brothers latest Restaurants Tickets and/or Bodega 1900 … both fantastic (book in advance)."  See More

"If you like chocolate Chocolateria San Gines is the best place in town to eating "churros and chocolate"."  See More

"The best place is Cervecería Catalana!"  See More

"Don't miss a meal at Botín (world's oldest continuously operated restaurant) which specializes in Castillian fire roasted meats - go hungry!"  See More

"Paralelo Cero, 100 Montaditos, Taberna Los Huevos de Lucio, Mercado de la Reina, Taberna Alhambra, Chocolateria San Gines, Mercado de San Miguel, La Cocina de San Antón, Mercado San Antón, Restaurante Palacio de Cibeles, Tablao Villa Rosa, restaurante hegar."  See More

"I highly recommend you eat at least one meal at Ovejas Negras."  See More

"In Madrid we really liked El Tigre, you can have a huge plate of tapas with a huge glass of beer or sangria for only Euro 5!"  See More

"Five Landmark are mandatory in my opinion are: Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Barcelona, Mercat Boqueria ,Sagrada Família Collblanc-Cardenal Reig and Parc Güell"  See More

"It's home to my favorite bakery, Pastelería C Aixa and the family who runs it - a place to sit, chat, and sip a "tallat."  See More

"The beach area is great as is Montjuïc and other neighborhoods like the El Born (Trendier neighborhood in the Old City) and Gracia, which has a more local vibe."  See More

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  1. Mercado de San Miguel
  2. Ciudad Condal
  3. Tickets
  4. Tablao Villa Rosa
  5. Cervecería Catalana
  6. Botín
  7. Chocolateria San Gines
  8. Taberna Los Huevos de Lucio
  9. Taberna Alhambra
  10. Ovejas Negras
  11. El Tigre
  12. Mercat Boqueria
  13. Taberna La Tana
  14. Pastelería C. Aixa
  15. El Born
Where can I find out more about Spain?

This page is just a starting point, to really get personalized advice from locals and experienced travelers, post a question on Trippy! You can start by browsing the questions other people have asked about Spain.

If you've changed your mind and decided to go somewhere else, go to the main page and explore where to stay in any city.

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