blog shbarcelona català   blog shbarcelona français   blog shbarcelona castellano   blog shbarcelona russian   blog shbarcelona russian   blog shbarcelona   blog shbarcelona   blog shbarcelona
Food

Brunch in Sant Antoni

three plates, salad, hamburger and fries and pancakes
Written by Miguel

Spain might be exporting some of its cultural habits, particularly when it comes to food – tapas bars are everywhere in Europe now – but it’s also importing some.

Barcelona, in particular, is getting quite British during its late mornings, where you can find many places serving brunch. If you’re a fan of this delicious combination of breakfast and lunch, ShBarcelona will help you find a few perfect spots for brunch in the capital of Catalonia.

Related article: Brunch in Barcelona

Brunch in the centre of Barcelona

Located in the famous district of Eixample, the neighbourhood of Sant Antoni is a great place for brunch. Here are some of the establishments in the barrio where you can find it:

Lambicus

bagel with fork on white plate

Photo via Visualhunt

A true temple for any beer lover, Lambicus has a varied brunch menu and a very friendly staff. From rare Belgian brews to Catalan craft beers, they have many options for those looking to accompany their late morning meal with a few cold ones. Highly recommended.

Address: Carrer de Tamarit, 107 (in Sant Antoni, but also quite close to the neighbourhood of Poble Sec)

LAM

Renowned for its amazing street food, LAM Thai restaurant also serves brunch – and it’s equally delicious. With very reasonable prices, it’s a great choice for those looking for something different.

Address: Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes, 518 (between Sant Antoni and the neighbourhood of La Nova Esquerra de l’Eixample)

Related article: Vegetarian Restaurants in El Raval

Düal Café

pancakes, eggs, bacon, coffee and orange juice

Photo via Pixabay

If you feel like having a nice meal and you want to try dishes from a varied menu, we recommend Düal Café. They serve everything you could possible want for a late breakfast or lunch, from eggs benedict, to delicious salads and yoghurt bowls with lots of fresh fruit and granola. Even their risotto is mouth watering. It features a fresh and light interior room, and this is certainly a place to visit with friends.

Address: Carrer Comte Borell, 65 (in Sant Antoni, but also near the neighbourhood of El Raval)

There you have it – plenty of places in Sant Antoni where you can have a very nice brunch.

Which one of these bars and restaurants are you going to try first? 

About the author

Miguel

Miguel is a freelance writer and copywriter who believes that words can really take you places - so hop on his words and dare to discover the wonders of Barcelona with him.

Leave a Comment