This gelato stop right outside the Picasso Museum was top notch! When I saw the flavors I disregarded it was still technically morning and we decided we should make breakfast part II happen. The gelato of Spain is close to the gelato of Italy, so it’s definitely a must while there!
We loved our starters, our salads and of course the main dish. The best part of all was how cheap it was! We’re talking about $12 a person for a full 3-course meal. I really loved how kid friendly they were too! Mack could eat everything we ordered and curled up on the bench and took a nap while we while we finished, and everyone remarked how cute he was. This was right after we’d been turned away from a restaurant for having a child, so I was extra appreciative of good food and good people.
Our dinner stop near La Sagrada Familia was kind of ironic, we decided to try Mexican food in Spain just for comparison at La Cantina Mexicana. And guess what, we were pleasantly surprised!
And my biggest tip- if you can look up TripAdvisor or Yelp before you go – do it! We learned quickly that big cities are tourist traps. If you look up the area you can find some of the best food on the cheap! Both those apps served us well our entire trip in finding food at the area we were in. If you you go to the places right next to La Sagrada Familia you will pay so much money, but only one block away prices are at least half. And the food is typically better with a better variety too! And thus it was that we found a delicious burrito and nacho plate in the of Catalan.
We ate well in Barcelona, we did it on the cheap, and we enjoyed our day and a half there. Let me know if you’ve ever been and want to add any other ideas in the comments- I’d love to hear about it!