Where We Ate in Barcelona, Spain | BARCELONA FOOD GUIDE

A couple of weeks ago I went to Barcelona for a city break in serious need of some sunshine. Luckily for us, we had 20 degree weather ☀️. Even more luckily, we found some serious foodie gems while we were there.

Here's a little list for you - I want to thank everyone who gave me recommendations, you guys are the absolute best.

Casa Lolea

Casa Lolea (not Casa Lola), is a wonderful little tapas restaurant famous for its sangria which serves Catalan classics such as iberico ham, as well as options which are a little different.

We ordered smoked salmon blinis with honey truffle yoghurt (omg), truffle orzo risotto (omg), chicken satay (so good) and patatas bravas (good but I prefer the potatoes diced and fried rather than boiled). We also got some bread with tomatoes and one of their sangrias that they're so famous for. It was refreshing and delicious. We highly recommend this place!

Carrer de Sant Pere MÊs Alt, 49, 08003 Barcelona

Wine & Cheese Tasting at Wolf Wine, Bath (Featuring Bath Soft Cheese)

A few weeks ago we were invited down to the lovely Wolf Wine, tucked away in a tiny hut in Green Park Station (map below), for a wine & cheese tasting evening, featuring four of Bath's Soft Cheese's gorgeous... you guessed it... cheeses.

Brunch by The Acorn Restaurant at Spring Wharf, Bath's Newest Riverside Development

Spring Wharf is Bath's newest apartment development by the river (just past the other riverside development by the big Sainsburys - map below). 

They focus on 'home made easy', offering 1 and 2 bed apartments with lots of benefits such as a gym, allotments, a resident's lounge and more (for the full list - click here 👈đŸŧ). 

In celebration of them opening, we were invited to a brunch event to check out the beautiful apartments and eat lovely plantbased food supplied by The Acorn Restaurant (who we've visited before - for that review, click here 👈đŸŧ). 

Please note that all photos (except those of the bedroom) belong to Kasia Kiliszek. 

Burgers at Magu Diner, Bath

Magu Diner is a burger bar right in the heart of Oldfield Park on Moorland Road - perfect for all of you uni students who live in the classic "just off of Moorland Road" area 🍔.

Pizza at The Oven Pizzeria, Bath

The Oven is an independent, award-winning artisan pizzeria, specialising in authentic Neapolitan-style pizza (our favourite kind).

If you haven't heard of The Oven by now and you're a pizza lover, you're definitely missing out, Just off of Kingsmead Square next to Vino Vino (map below), is one of Bath's best pizza restaurants 🍕.

Tapas Revolution Estrella Galicia Supper Club, Bath

If you live in Bath and like Tapas, you've probably heard of Tapas Revolution. Maybe you have even read our review from the last time we were there (if not - click here) 🍴

This time, we were kindly invited by the team at Tapas Revolution to one of their Estrella Galicia 'secret' supper clubs. In other words, an amazing food and beer tasting. 

Lunch at Firehouse Rotisserie, Bath

Firehouse Rotisserie is one of Bath's OG independent restaurants, best known for its rotisserie chicken. What you maybe didn't know, is that they also serve stone baked pizzas, burgers and a range of fish and salad.

Pancake Day at Bill's, Bath

Happy Pancake Day everyone! đŸĨž

In celebration of Pancake Day, aka the best day ever, Bill's have a special pancake menu that runs until the 10th of March. We were kindly asked to come down to try them out, and to put our pancake reviewing skills to the test.

Afternoon Tea at The Royal Crescent Hotel, Bath

The Royal Crescent Hotel is probably one of the most beautiful hotels in Bath. Last weekend, we had the opportunity to try out their famous afternoon tea, situated in a room overlooking their serene English gardens.

Unlike traditional afternoon teas, The Royal Crescent Hotel has three different options to choose from. A traditionally sweet one, a more savoury one and a vegetarian option.

Lunch at Comptoir + Cuisine, Bath

Comptoir + Cuisine is one of Bath's newest additions to the foodie scene. It opened a couple of months ago, and you may have seen our review of their champagne bar (click here if not). This time, we were kindly invited to try out their bistro, to discover all of their French tapas-style dishes.