Barcelona, Spain TAPAS Memory
As a Peace Corps Volunteer in Ghana, one of the food items I craved the most was cheese. Laughing Cow is only an acceptable substitute for so long. The drink item I missed the most was red wine that didn’t come from a box. So you can imagine how a trip to Spain when I lived in Ghana was the best possible place for me to go! We ate at many delicious restaurants, but the one that I still remember by name was recommended to us by our hotel and is called Ciudad Condal. We went for lunch, and even though we had to wait a while, it was worth it. All the tapas we ordered were delicious, but my favorite was the Queso Camembert Crujiente. It’s a baked camembert covered with crushed almonds on a stick served with a raspberry sauce! With a nice glass of house wine to go with it, I was one very satisfied foodie!
What’s your favorite food story from your travels?
A Few Practicalities
Closest Metro Station: Passeig de Gràcia
Nearest Gaudí Site: Casa Batlló
What Else is Nearby: The area is known for its high-end shopping!