The joyful spirit of enjoyment and company called Salsa is undoubtedly among the best things from Latin America that have become part of current Spanish culture – but it is not the only one.
Latino Food in Barcelona
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Latino restaurants – Venezuelan, Peruvian, Colombian, Cuban – are another great contribution of the Americas to Spain’s thrilling cultural mix. Barcelona residents and travellers staying in one of the city’s tourist accommodations such as Aspasios Apartments know it very well: from Argentinian barbecues to Peruvian ceviche to Brazilian radizio, the capital of Catalonia offers lots of opportunities to try Latin American dishes.
Recently, Latino cuisine has become very trendy and increasingly expensive. However, in Barcelona you still can get great bang for your buck while eating out in a Latino restaurant.
So, here’s our list:
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- El Bombón: A great Caribbean cocktail bar that offers delicious snacks, such as Tequeños, the famous fried breaded cheese sticks from Venezuela (Carrer de Riera Alta 16)
- Broders: Definitely a place a real foodie have to go. The design and atmosphere are great, too. (Carrer de Còrsega 232)
- La Adelita Botanero: An authentic Mexican restaurant that you will find in Carrer de Muntaner 100.
- Carbón Negro: An Argentinian restaurant where you can enjoy delicious hamburgers. Another interesting fact: it used to be one of the oldest bars in the city. (Pla del Palau 16)
- La Cuineta d’Horta: A somewhat atypical Bolivian restaurant. It combines Latino food with traditional Catalan recipes. (Carrer de Petrarca 40)
- Cantinho Brasileiro: One of the best Brazilian restaurants in the city for more than 20 years, and also a place where many Barcelona celebrities such as Ronaldinho, Dani Alves, Carlinhos Brown have dined. (Carrer Ample, 43)
- Aché Pa Ti: One of the best Cuban restaurants in the city. Recently, it has begun to offer some dishes of the Peruvian cuisine, too. (Carrer de Castillejos 208)
- El Paraguayo: You cannot leave without trying the Paraguayan soup … and the delicious roasted meats. (Carrer del Parc 1)
- Rabipelao: One of the best places for Venezuelan food in Barcelona: delicious arepas and a big variety of cocktails (Torrent d’En Vidalet 22)
Now you have a guide to start your route for the best Latino restaurants in Barcelona. Thus, you can travel to another continent and discover new and exotic flavours without even leaving Spain. Atrévete-te-te…
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