Bravas route through Sarrià
Sarrià is much more than a neighborhood in Barcelona, it is a lifestyle. If you have chosen one of the apartments for rent of new construction in BeCorp · Sarrià – Bonaplata as a future home, be prepared to feel that you live in a town while enjoying the comfort of being in Barcelona.
The gastronomic offer of this historic neighborhood is of excellent quality and in its premises you can breathe a charming family atmosphere. We invite you to discover some of its best bars and restaurants, through one of the most iconic dishes of our culture: patatas bravas.
Bar Tomás | Sarrià – Sant Gervasi
Bar Tomás is well known. Long ago they were erected as the kings of the patatas bravas. At any time, a customer from another side of the world can come to try Tomás’ bravas. They are delicious and their fame is well deserved. If you visit it, be sure to try the vermouth and the rest of the tapas!
Vivanda | Sarrià – Sant Gervasi
Although the Vivanda’s bravas do not look as impressive modernity, they innovate in the concept. Their potatoes are creamy, more roasted than fried and with “allioli” tied with a cooked sobrasada oil. You will not be hungry, their portions are generous.
Bar Ri | Sarrià – Sant Gervasi
The Bar-Ri bravas are born with the idea of claiming the taste of the neighborhood and offering tasty “dishes”. The Bar-Ri is a bar with a restaurant inside. Its owner opted to settle in Joaquim Pena, 4, in a Plaza de Tres Torres, two steps from where he lives and grew up. This is defined by: “I always had the feeling of living in a town.”
Bambarol | Sarrià – Sant Gervasi
This tavern offers patatas bravas and different “platillos” of great quality. The desire to surprise the kitchen is noticed, without forgetting the charm of the traditional dishes. In addition, the level of staff is very high.
Casa Varela | Sarrià – Sant Gervasi
Once you cross the doors of Casa Varela, have one thing for sure: “Here you come to eat well and in good company,” as it is written on the walls of this place in Plaza Molina. Here you can taste bravas accompanied by “Alimojo”. Mojo (from Portuguese molho, ‘salsa’) is a type of salsa typical of the Canary Islands, an essential accompaniment to some typical foods of the archipelago. Due to its pepper content, many types of mojos are spicy.
In Barcelona the expertise in “potatoes” is bestial. And, as you can see from the moment you live in your rental apartment in BeCorp · Sarrià – Bonaplata, in your neighborhood too.