Barcelone Yummy


I don’t know about you but one of my favorite things when I travel is to eat, discover new specialties or rediscover dishes in their original countries. During this short stay, I ate paella and tapas! Los Caracoles is a historical restaurants in the city and if you believe the front door and the website it’s there since 1835.

With my man and my friends, we ordered a paella! From a big dish, the waiter served us one after the other. Result, the plates are not very pretty but we ate pretty well!

If you go to Caracoles’ is also because of the settings. To access to our table, we went from room to room, which are all in a row but mostly we go through the kitchen!

Little plus of the evening, a group of musicians singers. It gives a very touristy side but why not?

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La Rambla This is a very touristy part of Barcelona but there are  not so bad restaurants serving paella not that bad! Look at that!

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Tapa Tapa à Las Arenas After a nice morning walk, we stopped to the Arena to eat some tapas. At Tapa Tapa, the paper tablecloths are the menus on which we can choose our tapas at a glance. Tapas, I love it but I think it’s not very nutritious. It was shared es s 6 tapas and I was still hungry. It was not bad but not enough feeding and a little expensive …

Kim, tricoteuse passionnée

Kim, tricoteuse passionnée

Merci d'avoir pris le temps de me lire.
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