Barcelona is a fantastic maltin’pot, where many cultures show their culinary traditions to the barcelonians and to the tourists on holiday in the Catalan city.
Gràcia is perhaps the neighbourhood that offers more options to eat ethnic: Italian, Greek, Lebanese, Palestinian, Tibetan, Canadian, French, Russian, Indian, Japanese and many more.
If there is a culture not exactly famous for its cuisine, that is the British one. Nevertheless, in Barcelona you can also find the true English taste, in addition to the many pubs of the city.
If you you’re a fan of the deep fried goodness, you must go to Rambla del Raval 26 to check the Fish and Chips Barcelona. Besides the fish and chips, the menu offers all kinds of mouthwatering authentic British cuisine and comfort food such as: Steak & Kidney Pie, Chip Butty, Mushy Peas, Sausages, Sausage Rolls, and don’t forget the Crumpets! They also do a wicked day-long full English Breakfast and quite a few options for the Veggie clientele. They also do delivery, so this is an ideal solution for those who rent one of our Las Ramblas apartments or Plaça Catalunya apartments. Quick and tasty.
Furthermore, for homesick british tourists, wich need provisions for their holiday apartments, Barcelona offers a real british supermarket. A Taste Of Home has been open since 2008 in Carrer de Floridablanca 78. They stock more then 2000 products, with more than 140 different cook-in sauces and over 120 different herbs and spices.
Finally, there’s other thing that links english and spanish souls: a great passion for beer. Spain is Europe’s fourth largest country by beer consumption, the market is dominated by local lagers such as Cruzcampo, San Miguel, Mahou, and Estrella Damm. Altough, there are indications that the Spanish beer palate is more discerning than it once was. La Cerveteca in Carrer Gignàs, 25, offers a vast assortment of beers from around the world.