Imagine you could visit one of the most fascinating, and most popular, buildings in the world. And then, after your visit, imagine you could take a pleasant six minute stroll, leaving the crowds behind you, and find a comfortable, relatively quiet, tree-screened, shaded restaurant terrace. Imagine sitting at a table and being served excellent, fresh little bites by a friendly and attentive waiter or waitress. Imagine the experience costing a lot less time, hassle and money than many popular, crowded, noisy city centre restaurant-bars.
Well, you don’t have to imagine – you can do it.
Tossa serves deliciously fresh tapas all day long. Their homemade croquetas are filled with cod, foie gras, mushrooms, chicken, cheese or ham. They are possibly the best croquetas in Barcelona. They also serve a good selection of hams and cured meats (fuet, lloganiza, etc), sausages, jacket potatoes stuffed with tuna and topped with cheese, clams, baby clams, mussels, cheeses, potato salad, Russian salad, lovely omelettes, exquisite asparagus dishes and other delights.
Very friendly and helpful staff, and a relaxed family friendly atmosphere – good at any time of day – from breakfast to supper.
Tossa closes at 17:00 on Saturdays and is not open on Sundays.