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Carrer de Tamarit, 91 08015 Barcelona Spain
Carrer de Tamarit, 91ESBarcelona08015
+34 933 25 26 59bodega1900.com
RestaurantToday 1–10:30PM
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Andrea Maria Roth
3 weeks ago
If you want to give yourself a treat, just go there ask for the tapas menu. The quality of their food is mindblowing! It's a bit pricey, but absolutely worth it! I also liked their Vermouth.
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Marie Cheung
5 months ago
Reservation recommended. Quality of food was good, especially olives and desserts. Service was very good too. A bit pricey but good quality of food. Dishes were innovative too.
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Marco Palmero
10 months ago
We enjoyed a few tapas at Albert Adria's Bodega 1900 which had really good service. The homemade potato chips with vermouth sauce (2.90 euro) was really nice! Another unique and interesting dish is the Crispy seaweed (4.60 euro). We also had small toast with seared tuna and tomato (4.50 euro) which was average. Squid in its ink (2.70 euro each) was ok as well. We also tried the Gordal and Piparra Oliva (1.90 euro each). Another dish I would definitely recommend is the Aubergine coal "style Bodega 1900" (5.80 euro) which were eggplant sliced in thick chunks and deep fried topped with vinegary sauce.
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Stuart Squires
a year ago
Just perfect tapas brought to you from the El Bulli stable. We really couldn't choose from the menu (it all sounded wonderful) so we left it to the maitre'd. A 10 course degustation later including oysters, fois gras, razor clams, 2 gin and tonic, 2 large house reds: I was expecting a bill of much more than €55pp. The service was initially quite frosty: we were a walk in (I advise booking), I am very English (make of that what you will), and I was wearing shorts (milk bottle legs). The relationship improved quickly when we showed interest in the food, it is why we were there after all. I could go on. My only real tip is make sure that you have the magic olives.
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Seppe hazenbosch
a month ago
Amazing restaurant! Very cozy, great food and service. We'll come here again for sure!
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Mark DeSouza
a week ago
Best meal we ate in Barcelona. Most creative tapas and great service.
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Richie Duliban
5 months ago
Excellent service and high quality tapas.
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Michael Collins
a year ago
Bodega 1900 was one of the restaurant highlights of my vacation in Barcelona. It was so nice I went twice! This is another creation of the Adrià brothers of Tickets and El Bulli fame. I opted for the tasting menu on my first visit and navigated the menu on my own on my next. I enjoyed the tasting but the fist half was more of a giant charcuterie board, I really enjoyed the 2nd half of the meal best. The manager, Angel, was our server the first night, he was great at recommendations and had a great personality. On one of the evenings a waiter picker up a guitar and started playing it for the tables. Some people come here because they can't get into Tickets, their sister restaurant across the street, in my opinion this place is equally as good, albeit a different style meal and it will not disappoint. It should be on your "must-try" list for Barcelona dining. Vermouth Cocktail - I would highly recommend getting this cocktail. they generally will offer it as it appears to be their house specialty. I never had one before and it was part of the reason I came here more than once. Fried Seaweed w/ Rice Cream - Decent starter. It is really something nice just to nibble on as you warm up for more delicious tapas. If you have had seaweed before, evening sushi, then you will like them in this chip form Pork rinds and pickles - They were fine, tasted as expected. While good, I might pass on these. Tomato Salad - The highlight was the freshness and sweetness of the tomatoes, they came lightly salted in oil topped with some peas. Natural and molecular gastronomy olives - They taste just like olives it is the texture and presentation that is the most impressive aspect. The faux olive pops in your mouth. Parmesan and tomato crackers -These crackers, as expected, tasted like fresh parmesan. A little pricey but tasted awesome. Giant olives stuffed anchovies - I'm not a huge anchovy guy but still thought they were good. The pitted olives they were delivered in were massive Sea urchin and oysters - Just a raw bar tray, great presentation and tasty if you like this type of food. Smoked tuna and mackerel - It was just some really tasted sashimi, great tasting fish. I've never had raw mackerel before and I really enjoyed it. Beef cured in salt for 3 weeks - It tasted like some great roast beef Meat pie with ribs - These great little empanadas *Smoked salmon w/ truffle honey - One of the best tasting tapas I had in all of my travels in Barcelona. The complex flavor profile was outstanding. Razor clams - I discovered I am not a big raw clam guy, but the milky broth that came with these was tasty and added some flavors I've seen in thai food Ham & cheese croquette - Common throughout the city but extremely well prepared here *Spicy Squid Mollete - Fried calamari in brioche with garlic aioli and a kimchi chipotle sauce. This was not only another highlight from the restaurant but a highlight of my trip. *Truffle Bikini - Another must try item. This is essentially a grilled cheese with black truffle and a very nice ham. If you are a truffle fan this is especially satisfying Grilled pineapple with molasses - Simple and palette cleansing dessert. Presentation was very nice Apple tart - Traditional and perfectly executed apple tart Chocolate cake - Just some chocolate mousse style cake and a chocolate ice cream. Not as inventive as other dishes but if you are a chocolate fan it definitely hits the spot
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