Restaurants in the Gothic Quarter
A successful Asian tapas bar inspired by Asian flavors from Vietnam, China and Korea. Dumplings, soups and noodles, pho and braised pork are all available here. They also offer a good selection of local craft beers.
Carrer dels Carders 6 email@example.com
Awarded a Michelin star, this is considered one of the best sushi restaurants in Spain. Delicious nigiri sushi will be prepared directly in front of you.
Copons 7 – www.koyshunka.com +34 93 4127939 firstname.lastname@example.org
Located in the heart of the medieval Jewish Quarter, El Pintor was owned by a painter during the end of the 19th century. Now it’s an authentic Catalan restaurant offering dishes created from high quality, local produce such as quinoa and artichoke salad, oven-baked snails with alioli and “Palpis” lamb DO Teruel.
Plaça Josep Pallach 14 - (+34) 934 280 452 - email@example.com
Vinateria del Call
A gourmet tavern offering good wine, good food and good service, Vinateria del Call serves traditional family recipes handed down the generations. Dishes include stuffed spiced mussels, leeks in vinaigrette, callos and escalibada.
Sant Domènec del Call – www.lavinateriadelcall.com - +34 933 02 60 92
In a hidden but easy to find side street, Restaurant Pla opened in 1998. Warm and cosy, it’s lit by candlelight and presents Mediterranean cuisine with an Asian influence. The menu is dynamic and includes vegetarian options such as tuna tataki with a citrus sauce and coconut milk, sea perch brochette with shrimps maranated in a Japanese liquor and pasta dishes.
Bellafila 5 - http://restaurantpla.cat/ - +34 93 4126552
Featuring a vintage-style décor in the heart of the Gothic Quarter, Viana’s menu of cocktails is accompanied by international and Spanish cuisine. Recently opened in 2015 by the Rubén brothers, Miguel Bermúdez and Chef Salomon Tabisaura, exquisite plates include prawns and white fish ceviche, crispy pig with pear chutney and Galician octopus in tempura.
Vidre 7 - http://www.vianabcn.com - 93 463 82 95