Barcelona has some of the most amazing brunch restaurants you can find. Whether you’re looking for a hearty breakfast, the perfect Eggs Benedict, or the biggest stack of chocolate pancakes you can find, you’ll be overwhelmed with your choices in this wonderful city. The perfect way to fuel up for a day of sightseeing, celebrate a special occasion, or even cure a foggy head, let us guide you to the best luxury brunches in town.
You can picnic in the heart of the bohemian district of el Born. This is the place to go for a lighter brunch, where you’ll find plenty to choose from. They serve pancakes, salads, eggs Benedict, granola, and even sandwiches and burgers. Taste their natural juices or if you fancy their cocktails. If you’re looking for a boozy brunch, why not try their alcohol-infused eggs Benedict?
Address: Carrer del Comerç, 1, 08003 Barcelona
Milk is a classic in Barcelona offering your usual breakfast dishes as well as ramen burgers and cocktails. The brunch spot itself is quirky and colorful with electric decor that makes it a hip and cool little restaurant. If you like Turkish eggs this is the place for you and their brunch cocktails are to die for.
Address: Carrer d’en Gignàs, 21, 08002 Barcelona, Spain
Can Dende offers an eclectic menu, inspired by the Brazilian roots of the founder. You’ll find dishes you’ve never heard of and taste the most unique flavors. This place is super hip and quirky with sidewalk tables. Try their spicy bacon mashed potatoes and homemade lemonade, you won’t regret it.
Address: Carrer de la Ciutat de Granada, 44, 08005 Barcelona, Spain
eat my trip
This is one of Barcelona’s trendiest brunch spots, located in the charming Eixample Dreta district. If you are someone who likes to dine on a terrace, do not worry because EatMyTrip has a great terrace for you to enjoy. Their menu ranges from pancakes to salads and smoothie bowls mixing flavors from Japan, Korea and Thailand. You will also find homemade sweet cakes, fresh juices and delicious coffee.
Address: C. del Consell de Cent, 378, 08009 Barcelona, Spain
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Caravelle invites you into a more relaxed atmosphere where you can feel comfortable while enjoying their Aussie beach vibe. They offer delicious dishes like Moroccan baked eggs or corn fritters with poached eggs, avocado and arugula pesto. They also serve coconut French toast with fresh straws, ice cream and pancakes for the sweet tooth. Or if you prefer something simpler, try their homemade toasted muesli with yogurt and fresh berries.
Address: Carrer del Pintor Fortuny, 31, 08001 Barcelona, Spain
If you love Eggs Benedict this is a must visit, they serve five different versions of Benedict bringing delicious flavors to their customers. They also have an amazing selection of pancakes including shredded chicken, leek, curry, pico de gallo, organic poached egg and slow cooked onion pancakes. We can confirm that you will certainly not find flavors as unique as those you will find in Ugot.
Address: C. de Viladomat, 138, 08015 Barcelona, Spain
Tròpic is your go-to for vibrant colors, unique styling and attention-grabbing plates. This brunch spot offers your classic breakfast dishes from Latin America, Africa, and even Asia. Let this place light up your morning with their typical Maghreb pancakes or their incredible bowls of acai, mango lassi or fresh watermelon with coconut water. For a health kick and refreshment, Tròpic is the place to be.
Address: Carrer del Marquès de Barberà, 24, 08001 Barcelona, Spain
Sandra Roig is Marketing Director at AB Apartment Barcelona. AB Apartment Barcelona is an apartment rental agency offering over a thousand short and long term apartments across Barcelona.
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