|Oh... Good times!|
...and the Kinder one took me right back to 5th grade.
When we got to Barcelona, I couldn't wait to check out Boqueria. Acording to our guide book, we could get hot churros and good coffee for breakfast. We never found the churros stand, and the only coffee we could find was Dunkin' Donuts. There is nothing wrong with Dunkin' coffee, but it wasn't the local experience I had anticipated. Either way, it was really cool, and we decided to leave when i had too much eye candy and needed some real food.
|Chewy, colorful and so many shapes of colored sugar.|
|And everything you can imagine covered in chocolate.|
|De pez a pescado|
|Signs both in Spanish and Catalan.|
We found a restaurant attached to a market (not boqueria) where all the ingredients came from that market. This is the menu.
|A chart with foods on one side and cooking method on the other.|
|Hands down the best thing we ate at the market: Roasted peppers, a little salty a little spicy all delicious.|
|The clams with pancetta and artichokes wasn't bad either.|
Picture of the restaurant, exposed storage + communal dining
Wall of herbs. Urban gardening at it's best
If you have the chance to visit Spain, do so. And eat your heart out. You won't regret the extra pounds of Jamon Iberico you'll come back with.