M5 takes a look at five amazing places where you can eat, see or do something specific in Barcelona. This time we're exploring brunch spots in Barcelona.
1Gignàs 21, Barcelona
Grab the paper and make yourself at home. The interior is as carefully thought out as the menu, creating a retro and sophisticated feel for your brunch experience. Chandeliers add a touch of class and the hand-made sofas with floral cushions provide an ideal spot for some mid-morning grazing. From a simple smoothie to the Triple Whammy Breakfast Burger to Salmon Eggs Benedict, there is something for every appetite. Gignàs 21, Tel. 93 268 0922. Website.
Arguably the hipster option for your weekend midday feast, this Sant Antoni café has become an overnight success. With queues regularly forming on their doorstep, you might have a bit of a wait but with Australian-style grub (the owners are from Oz and the eponymous Federal is a down-under town), too-beautiful-to-eat cupcakes and scrumptious sandwiches, you probably won't mind the wait. Parlament 39, Tel. 93 187 3607