Then the menu of the food truck also includes a few Indianised Chinese dishes.
We thought of doing something different, most food trucks have a similar menu.
Wicked Chef believes that they have changed the game, while Bangalore has unofficially become the Food Truck City of India. That’s when we thought of gourmet food, says Srikanth. Of course, that visitors get a variety, any truck at the fest will focus on one cuisine, Ali adds. Besides, the food trucks in Bangalore are into gourmet food Basically the fest will bring some good stuff from culinary delights together. Las Ramblas, stop was the heart of downtown Barcelona.
One issue for sure about Barcelona, there’s a timeless supply of churches and cathedrals.
Areas like Barri Gotic, El Raval, and Placa de Catalunya to name a few, Veer off to the side streets to a labyrinth of cobblestones streets.
Las Ramblas is a tree lined main strip of shops and dining loaded with locals and urists with wide cobblestone sidewalks full of souvenir kiosks.
Keep a map handy as you can get lost within the labyrinth of angled side streets.
Stop by the open air market of La Boqueria containing all kinds of food. Joseph square where my wife and I sat at a café for a couple of hours enjoying the scene and entertainment from a duo singing Hallelujah and similar cover songs. Actually, the final day in Barcelona also consisted of St. Pablo Picasso will frequent 4 cats throughout the early part of his career. Certainly, we could’ve easily stayed all afternoon but we carried onward to a bar called 4 Cats for drinks. That’s interesting right? The final dinner carried on in two spots. Le Crouet; across the street from our hotel, We saved room for the final stop. Generally, the potatoes pped with a ‘ketchup type’ Thousand Island sauce was nicely cooked. Ham croquettes were a little baked and fried cod sealed up my appetite and our time in Barcelona with much appreciation.
This place had better Sangria of all places I tried with a nice balance of heartiness and potency.
Happy we made it here, yet sad that we had to leave Barcelona. Actually the first one was Mont Bar which was a little fancier, modern, and more expensive than other places we had dined. Sounds familiardoesn’t it? Currently working on articles onMallorca, Sevilla, and Lisbon and a brand new novel to be released in 2014. Now let me tell you something. Paul Laska is a Self Published Author Travel Writer who resides in Philadelphia.
Barcelona was one a part Spain Portugal trip from this past summer.
The combo of grilled calamari, cuttlefish, and sardines drizzled with olive oil were fresh and tender washing it down with a nice Sauvignon Blanc.
Food and service we have p notch. With that said, later in the evening dinner was at La Flauta. This is the case. Not actual matoes it was drizzled with a puree and olive oil, There was also an accompaniment of bread with matoes and oil. Fact, you sense the calmness while hearing the drills and hammers pounding on the outside.
I finally left the building never forgetting what I saw. It tells the life story of Gaudi and the influences of his master artistry that led to creating this church. Although, have a look at the showroom/museum off to the side. Conceptualized by Gaudi and built in 1881, the Sagrada Familia is still under construction and won’t be completed until You’re walking into a living breathing piece of art.
First night of dinner I satisfied my Paella craving at Monticelo 16 located down the street from our hotel.
The Paella didn’t disappoint and the Red Sangria was stronger than I expected.
So shops were closed when my wife and I arrived but we ok the escalator to the p floor where restaurants wrap around the entire floor with pretty views of the city and looking down on the street to the plaza of lights. However, mussels, prawns, chicken, sausage, and fish, The rice was nicely seasoned with the usual suspects. Bullfighting ring converted into a mall and movie theatre, Take an after dinner stroll down the street of Plaza D’Espana to Les Arenas. Accordingly the museum contains his works before he ventured to Paris and made a name for himself. Continue south to Barceloneta where a massive throng of urists and locals fill the sidewalks and streets gether with ample cafes and dining establishments. From there, visit the Picasso Museum where the line can be long but worth the wait. Essentially, next stop, the beach! Nevertheless, continue onward to the El Born district where you can take a lunch break at Bar De Pla.