Originally opened as Inopia in 2005 by Albert Adrià y Joan Martínez, this restaurant in Sant Antoni became Lolita Taperia en 2010, when Adrià left to open Tickets. It retains much of what was great about Inopia, including top quality ingredients and the kitsch décor. Eat standing up at the bar or perch on one of the stools dotted around and tuck into some authentic classic tapas.
Carrer Tamarit 104, 08015 Barcelona
There are dozens of places to get your fill of tapas in Barcelona, from 100-year old eateries and market stalls that serve up top-notch classic tapas, to gourmet bars where every dish is a creative feat. Here are some of our favourites.
May 21, 2015