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My daughter found this place via a blogger she follows online. Blogger said this was best place in world for churros. Bad service. Average churros. They only take cash. Feel free to skip. Blogger must have been somewhere else
read about this place, and walked there (~30min) from Park Guell (on the way to Casa Botllo). The (6) churros and chocalate (for 4 euros) were the best .. not greasy/oily and outstanding, as were the stuffed churros (caramel and nutella). a small place with...More
There is always a line when we walked by and for good reason. The churros were fresh and the chocolate was thick and delicious. Usually the chocolate drink is too bitter or too sweet for me but it was perfect there.
Mediocre at best. Churros should only be served fresh out of the fryer, piping hot, and then covered in sugar. Stopped in searching for a decent churro in barcelona, tried the stuffed churros which were ok and i understand serving cold. But the regular churros...More
You will not find a better churreria in Barcelona than Xurreria Trebol.
Chocolate was served warm and thick but not too sweet. Just the way we like it.
Both the churros and porros were both newly fried with the sugar sticking to the warm dough....More
In search of the best churros...
Churros seem like the kind of food that it would be hard to get wrong, but this place does em better than anywhere else I ate em. A cheap and cheerful place. 6 churros with chocolate sauce was €4,...More
Fresh cooked churros, a few different varieties as well as several other deep fried goodies! Three churros, a good portion of thick hot chocolate and three large churros prefilled with chocolate cane to just over €9.
Claims they are the oldest cioccolato con churros spot in Barcelona, and they are open 24 hours which is so convenient whenever you have a sweet tooth! We stopped by after dinner and drinks around 1AM. They are cash only and there was a short...More
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