Boca Grande Barcelona combines elegance and seafood. This restaurant has a unique atmosphere, thanks to the interior design of Lázaro Rosa Violán. Also, it almost looks like a social club with the walls full of pictures. Also, it has shelves of shiny bottles everywhere.
The place centers around seafood. However, it also includes vegetarian and vegan options. You can start with the Homemade mi cuit Foie. This is a cooking technique for foie gras, which is partially cooked for longer preservation time. Next, you should try the Squids “a la Andaluza.” It’s a typical Barcelona dish and the squid is cooked in dry flour coating. Also, it is one of the most traditional main courses is the Scallops. It has a side of iberian ham from Guijuelo, a town in the Salamanca province.
Rice lovers, you can’t miss the paella marinera, with tons of delicious seafood. Finally, there is also something for Vegetarians and vegans. You can enjoy the Payoyo Cheese from Cádiz, the Fried “Padrón” peppers, and the seasonal vegetable rice.
The Chica of Boca Grande Barcelona
You can stop by the restaurant for snacks and cocktails. Moreover, you can accompany your drinks with the tapas, like the Brittany big oyster. You can sip the Death Valley, sweet and spicy, like Barcelona. Also, you can order the Catalan combination. It’s a classic aperitif with 40’s Belzasar vermouth, handmade citrus liquor, and a top of hibiscus soda.
You can enjoy your break at the restaurant’s terrace, surrounded by nature and delicious flavors. The terraza looks like a vintage hideaway with old-fashioned, wooden wine barrels. Also, you don’t need to order alcohol to enjoy this corner. You can simply sip the Tesoro de Petra, with Aloe Vera, uva, menta, cucumber, and ginger ale.
With a chic and intimate atmosphere, the Boca Grande Barcelona is a tiny world in its own. It’s a paradise for seafood lovers and for anyone who loves this harbor city. Therefore, if you are in town, this place is a must-visit!