Top 10 Best Restaurants in Barcelona

Alapar is a Mediterranean izakaya with an Asian twist. Run by Jaume Marambio and Vicky Maccarone, it offers unique dishes like squid and Iberian bacon montadito and soy and caramel ice-cream sandwich.

Gresca, led by chef Rafa Penya, is known for its bistronomic movement. Creative dishes like octopus with 'butifarra negra' and ginger squab focus on quality and inspiration.

Disfrutar, by former El Bulli chefs Oriol Castro, Eduard Xatruch, and Mateu Casañas, delivers imaginative cooking. Try the precise macaroni à la carbonara made with ham jelly.

Enigma, redefined by Albert Adrià, offers a 25-course tasting menu. Avant-garde dishes like wagyu steak tartare transforming into sobrasada showcase creativity and ElBulli's legacy.

Xemei, run by the Colombo twins, offers Venetian cuisine beyond typical Italian. Dishes like fish prepared Venetian style are served in a glamorous venue frequented by a famous ex-Barça player.

Alkimia, divided into a modern gastro restaurant and a traditional kitchen, offers signature Catalan cuisine with a modern twist.

Enoteca Paco Pérez, with two Michelin stars, translates sea flavors into haute cuisine. Exceptional rice dishes appeal to food connoisseurs and Catalan cuisine enthusiasts.

Quirat, led by young Michelin-starred chef Víctor Torres, focuses on excellent local ingredients.

Lasarte, Martín Berasategui's three-Michelin-starred restaurant in the Monument hotel, impresses with elegant dishes like apple millefeuille and foie gras, crafted by Italian chef Paolo Casagrande.

Mae, by chefs Germán Espinosa, Diego Mondragón, and restaurateur Mariella Rodríguez, practices ‘gastronomic glocalism.’