Relaxed and friendly, this tiny place can get very lively. It’s not the cheapest tapas bar in town but worth the price for its fresh ingredients and creative dishes. High on our list are the McFoie burger and the Ous Estrellats al Gust (fried eggs with potatoes and chorizo). Indeed, the chef at Tapas 24 is Carles Abellan of the renowned Comerç 24. They don’t take reservations, so it’s best to get there early. You may even strike lucky and get to sit on the patio.
Carrer de la Diputació 269, 08007 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