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Food Tour: Barcelona's Best Catalan Bites
Escalivada, Catalan roasted vegetables. Photo courtesy of Driftwood Journals.
In this guest post, our friends at Food Lovers Company—a company run by two Barcelona locals that specializes in authentic culinary experiences for discerning travelers in their city—share a few of their favorite Catalan foods (and drinks). ¡Salud!
Catalonia, in northeast Spain, offers gastronomic pleasures from two important perspectives: the traditional and the modern. This region is, after all, home to one of the best restaurants in the world, El Celler de Can Roca, committed to the avant-garde—and, in our city of Barcelona, plenty of traditional flavors from the kitchens of small bars, wineries, and restaurants. Here we focus on the latter, some of our favorite bites (and sips) of authentic Catalan cuisine.
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