First of all, brunch is not a traditional meal in Spain. Brunch was in fact invented in England.
Now that we have cleared that up, here is our current list of the best places to eat brunch in Barcelona. These are places that we have tried several times with different friends, at different times of the year. These places are all amazing and for real foodies.
Carrer Pintor Fortuny, 31
+34 933 179 892
Weekdays from 9:30AM, weekends from 10AM
This is my favourite everyday brunch place in the city. All the fussiest anglophiles love this place and the service is top notch. They have always been lovely and let me swap my toast for more bacon for my Spanglish brunch. I also love their burger, a thick juicy patty instead of the lame five guys style burgers in town. Coffee and craft beers are also good at this place.
Must tries: Morrocan baked eggs, Spanglish breakfast, burger
Passeig de Colom, 20
+34 932 204 640
Sundays from noon until 5pm
Located inside the exclusive Soho House Barcelona, this is the only place accessible to non-members. The highlight of this brunch are the oysters, suckling pig, baby goat and rack of prime rib. They also have Italian cheeses, salads, cured meats, pasta, and freshly made pizza in the wood oven. You get a welcome cocktail and also desserts at the end. No other drinks are included.
Passeig de Gràcia 68
+34 934 922 244
Sundays from noon until 4PM
This is absolutely the best Sunday brunch in Barcelona. You can drink unlimited gin and tonics, vermouth, wine and champagne (Moet, in fact!).
They have an amazing cold bar with fresh oysters, razor clams, prawns, cheese, cured meat, and sometimes even a ceviche bar.
The hot section has featured grilled turbot, steak, and a rice dish.
For dessert, there are dozens of delicious cakes and pastries.