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A pleasant greeting. A warm, sunny day; our last in Barcelona. Beers good; $9.00 euros for a pint but the Sagrada Familia was across the street. Waited, I think, too long for our tasty pizza but hey, the $6.00 euro small beers filled the time...More
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Having had large plates of churros in Southern Spain, we were looking forward to a similar experience in Barcelona. Alas, the servings were small and prices high in comparison to our earlier experience. Because there were 8 of us to feed, we especially felt the...More
I went there for an afternoon snack while waiting for my appointment time to get into La Sagrada Familia. It was about 5 minutes walk away. They sell both the thick stuffed churros and the slimmer plain ones to dip into their hot chocolate sauce....More
I went to this xurreria after I read reviews online. I ordered the Nutella churro, the cream churro and the cream and chocolate one. Although they weren’t hot they tasted amazing!! The prices are reasonable, the staff was friendly and I would definitely recommend it!
We came after visiting Sagrada Familia in the afternoon. It was a windy and chilly day, so it was a good way to warm up and fill up the tummy with something warm.
We ordered the classic Churros (5pcs per serving) and they have an...More
If you’re around, going to visit the Sagrada Familia I’d recommend you to stop by and get a Churro stuffed with Dulce de Leche!
It is amazing and if you can get it while it’s still warm it’s even better! You won’t regret it!
We have ate the best Churros in this venue. We tried the one with Nutella filling which was absolutely delicious and the one with Caramel which was also good but not as good as the Nutella one. It's located close to Sagrada Familia Church and...More
It's located close to Sagrada Familia. Small place with a couple of tables outside. We took two churros. One with dolce de leche and one filled with cream and covered with dark chocolate and almonds. They were quite good but could have been better. The...More
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