Heavily draped in deep reds and shimmering gold, this Lebanese restaurant makes you question whether you are in Barcelona. Serving a traditional Arab ... More
Heavily draped in deep reds and shimmering gold, this Lebanese restaurant makes you question whether you are in Barcelona. Serving a traditional Arab cuisine for over 25 years, you can try many of their vegetarian specialties or indulge in an exotic fresh mint tea. Some recommendations include, the Yogurt Salad, Tabuli Salad of Parsley or Falafel Vegetable Croquettes. For meat lovers,you can try the Lamb Kebabs and Veal with Hot Sauce. Belly Dancers are often brought in to entertain during dinner and when the evening turns late, you can expect a rumbling dance floor with Arab-influenced music.
Traditional Catalan cuisine, with Pà Amb Tomàquet (slices of bread rubbed with tomatoes, garlic and olive oil), Escalivada (roasted or
char grilled aubergines, peppers and tomatoes drizzled with olive oil), Esqueixada (salad of salt cod, onion and peppers), Botifarra ...
Situated in a beautiful heritage building, right in the heart of Barcelona, the Alternative Creative Youth Home Hostel is the
perfect base from which to enjoy the city and make the most of its incredible opportunities. The hostel was ...
Ideally situated on the famous Las Ramblas, Barcelona's iconic boulevard of leisure and entertainment, Le Meridien Barcelona is situated at
the city's artistic and commercial hub. In the second half of the nineteenth century, famed architect Antoni Gaudi dreamed ...