Restaurants and Cafes near Sagrada Familia

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Barcelona is a foodie’s paradise! From tapas to churros, your mouth will water in every corner of the city.

If you’re in search of a fulfilling meal after a day-long exploration at Sagrada Familia, you’re in the right place.

This curated list has it all: top restaurants, menus, cuisines, the best places to find street food on a budget and tips to have the best food experience!

Top 10 Restaurants near Sagrada Familia

RestaurantCuisinePrice per person
ZedMediterranean-inspired€20 to €30
Oporto RestauranteMediterranean, European, Portuguese€10 to €30
La ParadetaSeafood, Mediterranean€20 to €30
Paisano BistroItalian, Mediterranean€10 to €30
La TaqueriaMexican, Latin, Central American€10 to €20
Sagradas TapasMediterranean, Spanish€20 to €30
La GranotaMediterranean, Spanish€10 to €20
Restaurante SeoulKorean€20 to €40
Tuscania Food and WineItalian, Mediterranean, European, Catalan€20 to €30
Casa AngelaMediterranean, European, Spanish, Catalan€15 to €40

Must-Visit Restaurants Near Sagrada Familia

Want to get the best of Barcelona’s culinary world? Here are some restaurants you can absolutely not miss!

La Paradeta

la paradeta

A highly rated seafood restaurant all over the internet, La Paradeta offers reasonable yet tasty cuisines.

The fish market atmosphere offers a unique environment where you choose the seafood from the market stall and wait while it’s being cooked.

Visitors found the staff extremely friendly and helpful and described the food as simply lip-smacking.

No waiters are employed here and the restaurant runs on a ticket system. Here are the steps to follow for dining:

  1. Fish for your seafood from a large variety with the help of the staff
  2. Wait for the meal to be prepared with a drink in hand
  3. Grab your food once its ready via self-service

⏲️Timings: 1 pm to 4 pm, 8 pm to 11.30 pm (Monday to Saturday); 1 pm to 4 pm (Sunday)

🫒Cuisine: Seafood, Mediterranean

📑Special Menu: Gluten Free, Healthy

Specialties: Fresh seafood

💲Price range:  €20 to €30

Reservation : Allowed

Amenities: Wheelchair Accessible

📍Distance from Sagrada: 18 meters (1-minute walk)



Zed offers the most terrific service among even the best restaurants near Sagrada Familia.

The restaurant has a cozy vibe that helps you relax and unwind after a tiring day of touring.

On the menu, you’ll find everything from fresh juices, wine, and beer to tapas, smoked salmon, parfait and cakes.

The food is prepared with fresh local ingredients, and the restaurant takes pride in the freshness and quality of the food.

⏲️Timings: 1 pm to 11 pm (Closed on Tuesday & Wednesday)

🫒Cuisine:  Spanish, Catalan

📑Special Menu: Healthy, Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free

Specialties: Seafood, Tapas, Wine

💲Price range:  €15 to €40

Reservation : Allowed via website or call

Amenities: Wheelchair Accessible, Free WiFi

📍Distance from Sagrada: 1.4 kilometers (7-minute walk)

Oporto Restaurante

Oporto Restaurante

Welcome to the land of endless Portuguese food.

The exceptional products used in the preparation of the meals are brought in from local food markets and Portugal. The staff is Portuguese as well!

Oporto Restaurante is not only authentic but welcoming and comfortable as well.

This is where cheese, wines, and tapas come together to make the perfect cultural menu.

⏲️Timings: (Closed on Tuesday)

Monday: 12 pm to 5 pm
Wednesday and Thursday: 12 pm to 5 pm, 7.30 pm to 11 pm
Friday: 12 pm to 5 pm, 7.30 pm to 11.30 pm
Saturday: 12 pm to 11.30 pm
Sunday: 12 pm to 11 pm

🫒Cuisine:  Mediterranean, European, Portuguese

📑Special Menu: Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free

Specialties:  Traditional Courses, Tapas, Desserts, Sandwiches

💲Price range:   €10 to €30

Reservation : Allowed via call

Amenities: Free WiFi

📍Distance from Sagrada: 950 meters (5-minute walk)

Paisano Bistro

Doesn’t healthy and delicious food sound like the perfect combination? At Paisano Bistro, you’ll get just that.

The Italian cuisine here is highly recommended by visitors, and the cocktails will leave you wanting more.

You will also find a finger-licking-worthy Mediterranean and European menu at this cafe. 

Pasta, wraps, tapas, and sandwiches are star dishes at the Paisano Bistro.

The staff is extremely friendly, and the cozy vibe will leave you pleasantly warm.

⏲️Timings: 11 am to 11 pm (Closed on Monday)

🫒Cuisine:  Italian, Mediterranean

📑Special Menu: Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free

Specialties:  Italian cuisine, Tapas, Tiramisu

💲Price range:  €10 to €30

Reservation : Allowed

Amenities: Wheelchair Accessible, Free WiFi

📍Distance from Sagrada: 450 meters (3-minute walk)

Restaurants with the Best View

Picture this: a cozy rooftop cafe, a table full of delectable cuisine, and picturesque lighting, all in the backdrop of gorgeous scenery.

When you dine at one of these restaurants with the best views in all of Barcelona, the picture comes to life. Here are some of our top picks:

Tuscania Food and Wine

Tuscania Food and Wine

Dine at Tuscania Food and Wine with a gorgeous view of the Sagrada Familia

You can choose from a selection of Italian and Spanish delicacies and opt for vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free alternatives.

Apart from a tasteful menu, you will also find a homely staff and flawless service at this petit restaurant. The pizza, wine and lasagnas are must-try dishes!


Monday to Thursday: 10.30 am to 11.45 pm
Friday: 10.30 am to 12 am
Saturday and Sunday: 11 am to 12 am

🫒Cuisine:  Italian, Mediterranean, European, Catalan

📑Special Menu: Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free

Specialties:  Pizza, Wine

💲Price range:  €20 to €30

Reservation : Allowed

Amenities: Wheelchair Accessible, Free WiFi, Outdoor Seating, Pets Allowed

📍Distance from Sagrada: 600 meters (3-minute walk)

Casa Angela

The foremost thing you will hear in appreciation of Casa Angela is the exceptional service. And of course, the delicious and authentically prepared food that must not be missed!

All the cuisines are so beautifully crafted and curated that it exudes quality. Visitors highly recommend pairing the Spanish cuisine with the vast variety of wines available.

You must not miss capturing pictures of the rustic ambiance lit up softly in a warm light. If you’re planning a romantic date, this is the perfect eatery for you!

⏲️Timings: Daily 10 am to 11 pm

🫒Cuisine: Mediterranean, European, Spanish, Catalan

📑Special Menu: Vegetarian Friendly

Specialties: Tapas, Paella, Authentic Italian Dishes

💲Price range:  €15 to €40

Reservation : Allowed Book Here

Amenities: Wheelchair Accessible, Outdoor Seating

📍Distance from Sagrada: 750 meters (4-minute walk)

Restaurants offering Authentic Spanish Cuisine

When in Barcelona, not trying out authentic Spanish and Mediterranean cuisine is a culinary crime!

If you’re looking for the perfect places to have your comfort food or trying out Spanish flavors for the first time, this list is for you:

Sagradas Tapas

Sagradas Tapas

Get Bracelona’s best freshly prepared tapas at Sagradas Tapas.

Just a few meters away from Sagrada Familia, the restaurant offers indoor, outdoor and terrace seating.

Make your meal memorable with Barcelona’s beautiful weather and a view of the city from the terrace.

The menu is filled with authentic Mediterranean and Spanish dishes that capture the taste of Barcelona.

⏲️Timings: 11 am to 12 am (Sunday to Thursday); 11 am to 1 am (Friday & Saturday)

🫒Cuisine: Mediterranean, Spanish

📑Special Menu: Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free

Specialties: Tapas

💲Price range: €20 to €30

Reservation : Allowed

📍Distance from Sagrada: 1 kilometer (5-minute walk)

Miss Simona Cafe Brunch & Tapas

Do brunch right at Miss Simona Cafe with a fine selection of eggs, muffins, pancakes, coffees, juices, cocktails and more.

Devour plates full of flavorful Mediterranean and Spanish dishes like the Barcelona staple, crispy patatas.

Visitors rave about the convenient location, amazing food and drinks and the affordability of the cafe.

⏲️Timings: 10 am to 4 pm (Tuesday & Wednesday); 10 am to 9 pm (Saturday to Monday, Thursday); 10 am to 10.30 pm (Friday)

🫒Cuisine: Italian, Mediterranean, Spanish

📑Special Menu: Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free

Specialties: Pancakes, Coffee, Drinks

💲Price range: €2 to €20

Reservation : Allowed

Amenities: Wheelchair Accessible, Outdoor Seating, Free WiFi

📍Distance from Sagrada: 1 kilometer (5-minute walk)

Jamon Y Vino Paella

With an emphasis on expertly crafted paellas and a curated range of premium Spanish wines, Jamon Y Vino Paella uses the finest locally sourced ingredients.

As its name suggests, the food here is centered around two integral Spanish delicacies: ham and paella. 

Visitors found the seafood paella particularly exquisite which pairs perfectly with the carefully curated wines.

The ambiance is lovely and welcoming with pieces of traditional Spanish decor to be found in every corner.

⏲️Timings: 1.15 pm to 11.45 pm (Monday to Thursday); 1.15 pm to 12 am (Friday to Sunday)

🫒Cuisine: Mediterranean, European, Spanish

📑Special Menu: Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free

Specialties: Paella, Drinks

💲Price range: €5 to €30

Reservation : Allowed

Amenities: Wheelchair Accessible, Outdoor Seating, Free WiFi

📍Distance from Sagrada: 850 meters (6-minute walk)

Restaurants offering International Cuisine

After trying out some of the unique and charming dishes in the vast Spanish cuisine, you may want to go back to some of your staples or comfort food.

From American to Korean, Barcelona has a fine selection of restaurants that prepare international cuisines authentically. 

Restaurante Seoul

Restaurante Seoul

Korean food has never been better!

This restaurant follows the philosophy, “Food is medicine, as long as it is made with fresh food and with love.”

With fresh, local and first-class products tingling on your taste buds, Seoul Restaurante offers the authentic Korean experience. 

The fine menu has all the Korean dishes you can imagine, from dumplings and kimchi to bulgogi and japchae.

⏲️Timings: 8 pm to 11.30 pm
Tuesday: 1 pm to 3.45 pm, 8 pm to 11.30 pm
Wednesday to Saturday : 1 pm to 4 pm, 8 pm to 10.45 pm
Sunday : Closed on Monday

🫒Cuisine: Asian, Korean

📑Special Menu:  Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free

Specialties: Classic Korean main dishes (like bibimbap)

💲Price range: €20 to €40

Reservation : Allowed

Amenities: Wheelchair Accessible

📍Distance from Sagrada:  1 kilometer (5-minute walk)


Dive into the delicacies of the Indian subcontinent at Rasoi, which hosts you with a stylish interior and intricately cooked meals.

The restaurant offers dishes that will gratify every palate, from creamy curries cooked to perfection to aromatic biryanis overflowing with flavor.

Vegetarian visitors especially found it a haven for endless vegetarian options, including lentils, pakoras and more. 

⏲️Timings: Daily 1 pm to 3.45 pm, 7.30 pm to 11.15 pm 

🫒Cuisine: Indian

📑Special Menu: Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free

Specialties: Lamb Rogan Josh, Saag

💲Price range: €20 to €30

Reservation : Allowed Book Here

Amenities: Wheelchair Accessible, Outdoor Seating, Free WiFi

📍Distance from Sagrada: 3.9 kilometers (15-minute walk)

Anauco Hamburgueseria

With inventive flavor combinations, the cuisine at Anauco Hamburgueseria celebrates the regular hamburger and takes it to a whole new level. 

Premium fillings, hand-crafted buns, and an enticing assortment of toppings and sauces are used to meticulously make each burger.

Visitors also love the perfect pairing options provided like the classic fries, onion rings, beer and more.

⏲️Timings: 1 pm to 4 pm, 8 pm to 11 pm (Sunday to Thursday); 1 pm to 4 pm, 8 pm to 11.30 pm (Friday & Saturday)

🫒Cuisine: American

📑Special Menu: Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free

Specialties: Burgers

💲Price range:  €10 to €30

Reservation : Allowed Book Here

Amenities: Wheelchair Accessible, Free WiFi

📍Distance from Sagrada:  1 kilometer (5-minute walk)

Street Food near Sagrada Familia

The street food in Barcelona not only provides you a peek into the vibrant cuisines but also the lively culture.

Your taste buds will surely tingle after you try any of these flavorful items:

Top 5 Street Foods to Try in Barcelona



A mainstay of Spanish cooking, they are frequently eaten as appetizers and contain cheese, cured meats, olives, and shellfish

Bikini Sandwich

Bikini Sandwich

A delicious grilled sandwich, usually consisting of two slices of crustless white bread, gammon, cheese and occasionally a tomato slice



Savory golden brown pastries with a variety of fillings, including cheese, meat, veggies, and shellfish



These are little cylindrical croquettes filled with a variety of contents (ham, chicken, fish or veggies) and covered in breadcrumbs before being deep-fried till crispy

Patatas Bravas

Patatas Bravas

Crispy on the outside and tender on the inside, these are made of fried potato chunks and are usually served with a hot sauce made from tomatoes, occasionally with garlic mayonnaise or aioli

Gaudí Avenue

Barcelona’s Gaudí Avenue, named after the Sagrada Familia architect Antoni Gaudí, is a center for stunning architecture and mouth-watering street cuisine.

At the avenue, a wide range of street sellers and food vendors will be waiting to greet you with an alluring assortment of delectable treats. 

What’s on the menu? All of your cravings—savory and sweet—will be met.

We heartily endorse the traditional Spanish tapas, crunchy Patatas Bravas, gourmet sandwiches, and smooth croquetas, which are followed by sweet, chocolate-covered churros.

⏲️Timings for Street Food Stalls: Up to 10 pm or later (Varies for particular businesses)

⏲️Timings for Restaurants: 1 pm up to midnight (Varies for particular businesses)

🫒Cuisine: Seafood, Mediterranean

💲Price range:  €2 to €10

📍Distance from Sagrada: 550 meters (3-minute walk)

Barcelona Food Tours

Food tours are the best way to experience culinary excellence and local culture. Barcelona is rich in both!

With the following tours, you can leave the planning to the experts and sit back with a wine glass in hand, munching on delicious taps, soaking in fascinating history:

1. Tapas Walking Tour with Food, Wine, and History

apas Walking Tour with Food, Wine, and History

This tour covers four hot spots in the city where you get to taste the local flavors of tapas and learn about the history behind them. Also get to taste a fine selection of wine, sangria, vermouth, and cava to tingle those taste buds!

Ideal for: Food Lovers, History Buffs, Culinary Connoisseurs

  • A 3-hour tour diving into the history behind the food
  • Experience the city with a local guide
  • Sample food and drinks at four hot spots in Barcelona
  • Choice of time slots


Adult ticket (17+ years): €62 
Child ticket (3 to 16 years): €48
Infant ticket (up to 2 years): Free entry


Cancel 24 hours in advance from the chosen time slot for a full refund.

2. Tipsy Tapas Food Crawl Walking Tour with Tastings

Tipsy Tapas Food Crawl Walking Tour with Tastings

This “Tipsy” Tapas tour lives up to its name by offering you a variety of drinks including wine, beer, cava and shots. Exploring the El Born neighborhood, you get to socialize and eat to the fullest at 4 of the finest tapas bars and restaurants in the city.

Ideal for: Social Foodies, Adventure-Seekers, Culinary Connoisseurs

  • A 3-hour guided walking tour full of fun and history
  • Organized entry to four tapas restaurants 
  • Drinks at every stop (Including wine, beer, cava and shots)
  • Choice of time slots


Adult ticket (18+ years): €85
Child ticket (up to 17 years): €74


Cancel 24 hours in advance from the chosen time slot for a full refund.

3. Wine Tasting: Catalan and Spanish Wines


The best part about this tour is its suitability for any type of visitor: from wine connoisseurs to novices. It takes you through wine tasting techniques, different wine regions of Spain, wine pairings and of course, tasting delicious local wines.

Ideal for: Wine Enthusiasts, Family/Friend Groups, Travelers Interested in Local Culture

  • A 1.5-hour learning experience for wine-tasting techniques, tips and more
  • Tasting for five regional wines (One sparkling, two white wines, and two red wines)
  • Choice for pairings
  • Sommelier guide


5 Wines and Snacks Experience: €32
5 Wines and 5 Cheeses Experience: €42

Note: The ticket price for each experience is the same for all ages.


Cancel 24 hours in advance from the chosen time slot for a full refund.

Insider Tips for Dining:

  • Wherever allowed, try to make your reservations in advance especially during peak seasons or seasonal events to avoid long waitings.
  • Look up the approximate price for dining as suggested by visitors to align your expenditure with any budgetary constraints. 
  • The prices you find online are an approximation and will definitely vary depending on the amount of things you order and group sizes.
  • Some restaurants may even require you to adhere to their dress codes, so you must look that up on their website beforehand to avoid inconvenience.
  • Book a rooftop restaurant for dining in the evening as they provide an impeccable view of the city. They are also highly recommended for date nights!


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