…The tour started in the morning…Patatas bravas (probably the best I’ve ever had), and then Ferran Adrià’s favourite lunch stop – the king of molecular gastronomy…
An opportunity to immerse yourself in what makes this region of the world truly unique
I’ve spent more hours than I can count exploring this area of Barcelona, but I had no idea about this little story…. It was fresh and crisp and simple. The epitome of Mediterranean cuisine
Number 1: The Barcelona Eat Local food tour is the first of which to explore the two districts of Sant Antoni & El Poble Sec, untouched gems with regards to fun, food and fashion
…the last stop on the tour is a sweet stop, a Barcelona classic with a beautiful interior. It rounds up a perfect tour! A fair warning though: make sure you join the tour hungry because there will be PLENTY to eat!
It’s to allow people to discover Barcelona through the best local foods you can get here” said Marina Manasyan, who started this culinary walks a couple of years ago.”