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Restaurants and tapas

Restaurants in Calle de la Princesa

Written by Miguel

Located in the Ciutat Vella district, Calle de la Princesa is one of Barcelona’s most historic streets. A part of the Sant Pere, Santa Caterina i la Ribera neighbourhood, it was named after Infanta Isabella, Princess of Asturias and a very notorious member of the Spanish Royal Family during the second half of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th. If you’re thinking of visiting Barcelona, not only is it a great place for you to discover for its historic buildings and timeless beauty, but it’s also home to some of the best restaurants in the capital of Catalonia. As always, you can count on us to point you right in their direction!

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MuriVecchi

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Considered by many to be the premier Italian restaurant in Barcelona, MuriVecchi is a real treat for food lovers from all over the world.  Whether you’re in the mood for fish, meat, salad or even one of their incredible pizzas, you’ll sure to be enamored not only by their unique and genuine Italian flavors but also by the friendliness and quality of the service.

Address: Calle de la Princesa, 59.

Espaisucre

An extension of a renowned culinary school, Espaisucre Barcelona is a different, sweeter kind of restaurant – it offers multi-course meals composed exclusively of desserts. Give it a try and you’ll quickly understand why it’s a favorite of famous American chef Anthony Bourdain. Every dish has, more than just a distinct flavor, a distinct personality – a palette of sensations capable of simultaneously pleasing your taste buds and stimulating your imagination.

Address: Calle de la Princesa, 53.

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Nou Celler

A cozy and charming restaurant near the famous Picasso Museum, Nou Celler is another great option for you to calm your hunger in Calle de la Princesa. With traditional decoration and timeless recipes, it offers varied daily menus and some of the most genuine tapas you’ll find in Barcelona. If you have trouble picking from such an appealing menu, perhaps we can help – a little bird told us the fisherman noodles are to die for.

Address: Calle de la Princesa, 16.

Bar Celta Pulperia

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Looking to try the best Galician food in Barcelona? You can also find it in Calle de la Princesa. With reasonable prices and a wide variety of flavourful tapas to choose from, Bar Celta Pulpería is a fantastic choice if you’re looking to accompany a drink with a tasty bite.

Address: Carrer de la Princesa, 50.

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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.

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