5 paella specialists in Barcelona

1) Cheriff

Word to the wise: paella is rather a Valencian than a Catalonian speciality. There’s a lot of bad paella to be found in this city, especially on the Ramblas. Ask any local where to eat paella and the answer will be Cheriff. Do order some extra seafood for starters, do enjoy the kitschy sea view painting, but don’t order dessert (it’s not at the same level as the paella).

Cheriff paella restaurant

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