Tapa Tapa

The first Tapa Tapa opened its doors in 1993 in Paseo de Gracia, becoming the first tapas restaurant in the exclusive commercial street. Decades afterwards, it continues to be a pioneer in tapas in Barcelona and Madrid.

There are more than 50 different choices on the menu, from the most classic tapas like spicy fried potatoes, acorn-fed Iberian ham boards or fried fish from the fish market, to more innovative options such as the truffled mozzarrella and Iberian ham sandwich, kale and quinoa salads and fresh tuna tataki with avocado and mango. And let’s not forget the seafood tapas, rice dishes, paellas and fideuá!

Where to find Tapa Tapa at the airport