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It can all be a little overwhelming, the city may not be huge but the culture, activities, events, eateries etc. is vast. So we have taken it upon ourselves to amalgamate our local 12 years experience in the city via our blog. Whether you are planning on coming over for the festivals, want to find out vegan eats or general insider information, we will keep you in the loop.
Top 5 spots for your Barcelona brunch fix
Discover our favourite places in Barcelona to delve into tasty pancakes, hash browns, unwind on the weekend or even detox from previous misdemeanors. Lots of places have been popping up over the last few years, it’s so popular that there is even a website dedicated to such a meal time, Coffee and Brunch BCN.
Discover our favourite places in Barcelona to delve into tasty pancakes, hash browns, unwind on the weekend or even detox from previous misdemeanors. Lots of places have been popping up over the last few years, it’s so popular that there is even a website dedicated to such a meal time, Coffee and Brunch BCN. We thought it was only fair that we share some of our regulars in addition to some classics and newbies.
In the old city of Barcelona you will find a pretty good brunch at Milk, in the form of your usual fry-ups, pancakes, egg florentine and a good selection of drinks. Run by an Irish couple, Milk has a low-key look, great service and more than reasonable prices making it an ideal pit stop for those in search of a cosy brunch.
Brunch & Cake
Well Brunch is in the title and yes they are pretty good at it. This busy little café is conveniently located near our Enric Granados apartment and is a nice and simple place to go for classic dishes made with local produce and interesting combinations. As it is very much a part of the same chain as Cup & Cake, you can even treat yourself to ever popular red velvet cupcakes or a slab of delicious homemade carrot cake.
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We spoke about this little gem in Raval previously and it had to make the list. It gets kinda crazy on Saturdays, with you literally wrestling your way in for a seat because the food, location and team are so good. This has become a popular post hangover place to remedy yourself and the brunch is delicious.
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Picnic is perfect whether you are after a brunch after a heavy night or are in full mode and simply want something nice to eat. Think organic produce, strawberry pancakes and pulled pork. We love the fried green tomatoes with feta cheese and salsa, and the quinoa hashbrowns are delicious! You can’t help but smile when you’re in this space with it’s cute dainty cushions and bright interior.
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This is a classic located in Sant Antoni. With it’s floor to ceiling windows there is a flood of light that illuminates the space, it’s perfect on sunny days, where you can catch up with friends with a gentle breeze coming in and bask in the sun. We have been going for years, yes there are lots of tourists that visit and it is a little hipster but it is still a nice hangout for quiet time on the upper terrace or street side where you can people watch, with a copy of the paper and a nice chai latte.
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November 30th, 2014 at 12:46, posted by Brunch spot OMA Bistró Barcelona