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Well this place was discovered by colleague who is also new in Barcelona.
I barely entered and we see the hams hanging from the cealing (very typical here) I felt at home.
We quickly arrange a table and decided to try a cheese and a...More
this atmospheric little place was part of a tapas and wine tour by a local guide. We only stopped for chorizo and cider, which is their specialty, apparently, but it was everything you'd want from a little spot in the heart of the city. Recommended...More
We stopped here on our tapas and wine walking tour (see separate review) to sample Sidra, a locally produced cider, and experience the correct way to pour it, which turns out to be from way over your head into the glass. Our guide, Eli, showed...More
Walk in and you're in as local a place as you can find in Barcelona. They don't treat you like a tourist, unless you ask for it.
Ambiance is as typical and authentic as it can be.
Great variety of Tapas, and wonderful vermouth.
Try the house vermouth served over ice with an orange slice then chose from their simple tapas. When you enter you will see cases with 4 kinds of cheese - goat, cow, sheep and blue. Watch them cut down a leg of jamon iberico to...More
Me, my Fiancé, bro in law and sis in law went on a tapas journey. Went do tasca del corral, lad was very hospitable and welcoming. We only had drinks and tomato bread, but was very homely and we will go back!
Not a bar, but a Tasca, a place for drinking good Sangria, Spanish wine or cider, with just cheese, Iberia ham, chorizos or Tortilla de Patatas. Good place to go with friends and spend the night drinking and talking about the life. Good portions and...More
Looks like a local place for local people from the outside but when entering the staff couldn't be more welcoming.
It is small and very quaint with a typical authentic feel to it.
The staff are fantastic and very friendly...we sampled the Sidra which is...More
We chanced upon La Tasca Del Corral as my twin brother Stephen and I were wandering around this part of town and what a great find.
Walking in and I knew I would enjoy my visit here, the interior is awesome ,hams hanging from the...More
With its iconic, old-Europe streets and alleys, this picturesque neighborhood is the very heart of Barcelona. It blends historic artifacts from its days under Roman dominion up through the Spanish Civil War with a vibrant modern-day culture of artisan shops and authentic culinary experiences. Avid explorers will be thrilled to discover quaint terraces and plazas brought to life by the many small bars and local
musicians lasting late into the night. Fashionistas will be drawn to Portal de L’Angel, which is lined with well-known brand names and smaller boutique stands.