Definitely had some good food as we made our way through Barcelona. Even though our trip was pretty short, we made sure we had some delicious tapas, jamón ibérico, and churros! Pictured in order from the top:
- A small shop that sells Jamón ibérico, or “Iberian ham”, a type of cured ham produced in Spain and Portugal. (Wish I could remember the name of the shop! It’s somewhere near Le Ramblas.)
- “Cono Ibérico” a.k.a. meat in a cone! We had to get a taste and we were not disappointed.
- We went on a mission to find the best churreria in the city. We each got our own churros and hot chocolate.
- More churros on the street.
- Went to Sensi Bistro, stuffed our faces with tapas, and left that night in a food coma (a few of the things we ate: pictures #5 – 8). In this picture: “Pimientos de Padrón”, fried Spanish peppers with sea salt.
- Roasted potatoes with garlic aioli.
- Steak tartare.
- Tuna tartare. (I think? Can’t remember what kind of fish)
- Went to Local Bistro for lunch (pictures #9-10). Can’t remember what the dish with the Iberian ham on the left was called, but it was delicious! Had roasted potatoes with garlic aioli again – we can never get enough of aioli every time we’re in Spain.
- Baccalà and roasted vegetables. So good!
- Enjoying some bubbly back at our hotel. 🙂
(Some images were taken with my phone – my apologies for the blurry photos!)
Post 4/4 – Barcelona, Spain.