BCNReview

photo credit: Sebastián Gómez

Cuines de Santa Caterina review image

Cuines de Santa Caterina

$$$$

Av. Francesc Cambó, 16, Barcelona
Earn 3X Points

Located in the Santa Caterina market, this is a dependable and better-than-it-has-to-be option for most times of the day, which is key in Barcelona. Restaurants often close between services, so if you’re hungry at an off-time, you’re usually up a creek without a paddle. Thankfully, Cuines Santa Caterina stays open through the whole day and night and sources their menu exclusively from the adjoining market. The food is great and offers classic Spanish and Catalan options while venturing towards Asian and other flavors from around the world. This is also a good option for when you’re too hungover to choose or have a picky group to deal with.

Cuines de Santa Caterina review image

Sign up for our newsletter.

Be the first to get expert restaurant recommendations for every situation right in your inbox.


By signing up, I agree to the Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy.

Suggested Reading

Bar Mut review image
Review
Bar Mut

Head to Bar Mut if you want some excellent wine to go with your tapas.

Bodega 1900 review image
Review
Bodega 1900

For old school tapas and vermouth, head to Bodega 1900.

Kaiku review image
Review
Kaiku

Kaiku is one of few local joints that has beachside seating. The food is all delicious, but make sure to get at least one rice dish.

ABaC Restaurant & Hotel review image
Review
ABaC Restaurant & Hotel

Looking for a fancy meal? ABaC's 14 and 21-course Catalan-inspired tasting menus are excellent and worth the cost.