A modern tapas bar opposite the Palace of Music
Opposite the magnificent red-bricked Palau de la Musica, Tosca is a light and modern restaurant that offers an introduction to tapas with a twist. You’ll find classics like Spanish sausages, padron peppers and patatas bravas alongside more daring dishes like tuna tataki and grilled salmon served with bok choy.
As well as 40 different tapas to choose from, there’s also plenty of wine, Cava and three types of sangria to be enjoyed, as well as some local craft beers.
The restaurant opens from 11am to 1am, so you can find a great Spanish-style meal here even if you’re not quite used to Spain’s famously late dining hours (more traditional places tend to close between 4pm and 8pm).
If you can’t get enough of Tosca, then you’ll be pleased to know they’ve opened a second branch in Raval.