Bodega 1900

We spent three days before boarding our cruise in Barcelona and were so happy to do it!  At the top of our list of things to do on our food and wine vacation was to visit Bodega 1900 for tapas.  This is one of the restaurants in Barcelona opened by Albert and Ferran Adria, known for their three star Michelin restaurant elBulli which was renowned as the world’s best restaurant for many years.  Since elBulli closed in 2012 and was way out of our price range anyways, we were thrilled to try something currently offered by them.

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These are spherical olives made through a molecular process. It’s actually olive juice made to look like an olive. They were so good we placed an extra order.

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House made potato chips? Yes please. They were served with a bottle of their hot sauce. I will eat potato chips with hot sauce from now on.

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They sold canned seafood so we decided to try one. We selected the tuna belly in oil. It was served with a crusty bread and was delicious! We brought a can home which we plan to have on New Years Eve.

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Snow crab salad with dill. This was served with a different crusty bread.

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Ham croquettes with a glass of cava.

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Strudel with baked apples and calvados cream. I adore calvados.

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Chocolat truffle cake with hazlenut ice cream. Yes, a bite was taken before the photo was. It was yummy!

 

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Lorraine
    Oct 10, 2016 @ 05:47:12

    Oh my goodness! That all looks so delicious!

    Reply

  2. Tracy
    Oct 11, 2016 @ 16:38:07

    I need to not look at this while I’m hungry. Suuuuuuper into this meal. Wow.

    Reply

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