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Barcelona Best Brunch spots: Part II

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Barcelona Best Brunch spots: Part II

Did you read our first guide but are still trying to find the coolest brunch spots in the city? This is the second compilation of some of the best brunch places you can find in Barcelona! If you have any suggestions or opinions do not hesitate and leave us a comment!Elsa y FredOne of our…

Did you read our first guide but are still trying to find the coolest brunch spots in the city? This is the second compilation of some of the best brunch places you can find in Barcelona! If you have any suggestions or opinions do not hesitate and leave us a comment!

Elsa y Fred

One of our favourite places is Elsa y Fred Gastrobar, that not only has a fantastic lunch menu everyday ,and very well thought à la carte dishes, but it also serves brunch during weekends! This place offers elaborated tapas and dishes in a New York meets Paris kind of environment.

You can check their brunch menu at:
http://elsayfred.es/en/brunchbarcelona/

We recommend: Fried eggs with black pudding!

Where? Carrer del Rec Comtal, 11, 08003.

How to get there? Arc de Triomf station (L1).

Opening Hours? Brunch available Saturdays and Sundays 9AM-4PM.

*Photo retrieved from their Facebook Page.

Marmalade

Marmalade is a restaurant that has brunch every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 10AM till 4:30PM, that has all the brunch classics: healthy smoothies, eggs cooked however you want them, and much more! If you want to fill your tummy, don’t miss their Sunday fry, which also offers burgers besides the usual breakfast food. Plus, it has a very privileged location in the city centre! 

We recommend: Their Croque-monsieur.

Where? Carrer de la Riera Alta, 4-6, 08001.

How to get there? San Antoni station (L2) and Liceu station (L3).

Opening Hours? Monday to Thursday 7PM – 2AM // Friday and Saturday 10AM – 2:30AM // Sunday 10AM – 2AM.

*Photo retrieved from TripAdvisor.

Tosca Palau

 Tosca Barcelona, has a very stylish location next to Palau de la Música Catalana, one of the most famous modernist attractions of the city. Even though this place is known for their fantastic tapas and wine, they also offer delicious brunch during the weekends. If you want to eat well and at the same time have a fantastic view, this is the place, as you’ll have front seats to look at the amazing Palau.

We recommend: Their Eggs-Benedict.

Where? Carrer de Sant Pere Més Alt, 8. 08003.

How to get there? Jaume I station (L4) and Urquinaona station (L1 & L4).

Opening Hours? Sunday to Thursday 11AM – 1AM // Friday and Saturday 11AM – 2:00AM (but remember brunch is only served during the weekends!).

*Photo retrieved from their Facebook Page.

Caravelle

Caravelle is a restaurant situated in El Raval, which offers one of the best brunch menus in the entire city at this minimalist and stylish place. Brunch is available everyday, so you can go whenever you want and have one of their delicious dishes, such as their avocado & fresh rocket pesto, Moroccan-style baked eggs or corn fritters with poached eggs. You definitely can’t miss this spot!

We recommend: Coconut French Toast with strawberries and ice cream.

Where? Carrer Pintor Fortuny 31, 08001.

How to get there? Liceu station (L3).

Opening Hours? Monday 9:30AM – 5:30PM // Tuesday to Friday 9:30AM-1AM // Saturday 10AM – 1AM // Sunday 10AM-5:30PM.

*Photo retrieved from their Facebook Page.

L’Eggs

For those who prefer a more gourmet take on brunch, this week’s recommendation is L’Eggs by Paco Pérez, a restaurant that prepares meals with high quality products, offering the best cuisine, made at the time. This place has a clear specialty: eggs! But besides that, they also specialize in rice and meat. Everything is ecological or complies with the best quality standards through all the process, from the seed to the table. Their kitchen is non-stop!

We recommend: Quail eggs on grilled bone marrow!

Where? Passeig de Gràcia, 116, 08008.

How to get there? Diagonal station (L3 & L5).

Opening Hours? Everyday 1-4PM & 8-11PM

*Photo retrieved from their Facebook Page.

Cremat 11

Cremat 11 is a place hidden in El Born, very near the amazing Museu Picasso Barcelona. Among other things, they also serve brunch, which not only looks delicious but also taste like it! The cozy interior is a bit quirky, with lots of fun details, and they also have a nice terrace outside. Don’t miss the chance to stop by this cool place in El Born!

We recommend: Their pancakes!

Where? Carrer Cremat Gran, 11, 08003.

How to get there? Jaume I station (L4).

Opening Hours? Monday-Saturday 10AM-1AM // Sunday 9AM-1AM.

*Photo retrieved from their Facebook Page.

Auto Rosellon

Auto Rosellon is a restaurant that is based in an old car repair shop, making everybody have to look twice at the place to understand what they are looking at, but that is exactly the point: Auto Rosellon doesn’t want to be labeled. Just like its look, the food you will try is amazing but you won’t know what to call it, allowing the food to actually have an individual personality. With the best seasonal products possible and dishes that come from different places, not only from the Spanish region, Auto Rosellon won’t cease to amaze you. 

 We recommend: Crème fraîche salmon!

Where? Rosselló, 182, 08008.

How to get there? Diagonal station (L3 & L5).

Opening Hours? Monday-Wednesday 8AM-1AM // Thursday and Friday 8AM-2AM // Saturday 9:30AM-2AM // Sunday 9:30AM-12AM.

*Photo retrieved from their Facebook Page.

Milk Bar & Bistro

Are you thinking about going for a walk through the Gothic Quarter this weekend and want to stop by for some nice food around? Milk – Bar & Bistro is a restaurant that, as they describe it, “serves a family style menu of tasty, bold flavoured foods with global influence in a fun and lively setting that makes our guests feel at home from the moment they walk in the door”. They use local products, offer craft beers, among other things, so there is always something for everyone! Brunch hasn’t been a long tradition in #Barcelona, but Milk has been there since the beginning. Today it is very popular in the city, so they offer it everyday from 9AM till 4:30PM.

We recommend: Any of their Chorizo Hash!

Where? Carrer d’en Gignàs, 21, 08002.

How to get there? Barceloneta station (L4) and Jaume I station (L4).

Opening Hours? Everyday from 9AM-2AM.

*Photo retrieved from their Facebook Page.

Eixampeling

If you are wandering around the beautiful Eixample and at some point you realize you really need to eat, we suggest you go and fill your weekend with color at Eixampeling Brunch Café & Bar. They serve a colorful and tasty brunch that is healthy and with hints of international cuisine.

You can check their brunch menu at:
https://eixampeling.com/menu/

We recommend: Their Quack Efron!

Where? Calle Diputación 158, 08015.

How to get there? Urgell station (L1).

Opening Hours? Sundays and Mondays 8:30AM – 7:30PM // Tuesdays to Saturdays 8:30AM- 8:30PM.

*Photo retrieved from their Facebook Page.

Enjoy your weekend!

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