Thursday, January 15, 2009

Tapas in Barcelona


28-Dec-2008

We got into Barcelona a little before 8 am on a Sunday... Not the prime time to get the true feel of a Spanish city. =)

After dropping our bags at the hostal, we set out to find some coffee and warm food. We settled on a small restaurant near Las Ramblas that serves both tapas and classic Spanish fare.

We started off with café con leche (coffee with milk) and a bocadillo (cold sandwich) of chorizo
(garlicky pork sausage seasoned with paprika), cheese and tomato. Then we moved onto tapas: patatas bravas (fried potatoes served with a spicy sauce), warm marinated mushrooms, and txistorra (or chistorra -- chili and paprika seasoned pork sausage).

3 comments:

Al Russell said...

Are you sure those aren't Vienna sausages or those little cocktail sausages that come in a can?

Kit Kat said...

Haha, I'm pretty sure.

Peter M said...

Kat, I want to dive into that bowl of Chorizo!

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