EPIC Barcelona Food Tour (10 AWESOME Stops!)

EPIC Barcelona Food Tour (10 AWESOME Stops!)


– Hey guys, you’re coming to Barcelona and you wanna eat well, I get it. Well, this city can be a
pretty tough place to eat well and there’s a lot of tourist traps. But, and there’s a but, there are a lot of amazing
places to eat in as well. You just have to know how to find them, and that’s what today is all about. Today, Yoly behind the camera and I, we’re taking you on a 10-stop
epic food tour of Barcelona. We’re gonna be hitting tapas bars, sweets, markets, restaurants. We’re gonna be drinking cava, vermouth, wine, the whole gamut. So, are you ready? Let’s do it. (speaks in foreign language) Let’s go. (sultry hip hop music) Hey guys, I’m James Blick and welcome to Spain Revealed. This channel’s all about helping you explore Spain like a local, and we’re kicking off this
10-stop eating extravaganza right here in the Gothic Quarter, a neighborhood in Barcelona
that’s really hard to eat well. There’s so many tourist traps here. And so we’ve turned down
this little narrow street that’s off one of the main tourist drags, Carrer de Petritxol. And this place has been
famous for its chocolate shop since the 17th century. So, we’re gonna start with the typical breakfast of champions here in Barcelona, a huge chocolate bomb. Let’s go. So, here we are in Granja Dulcinea. Now, this place has been
open since 1941 as a granja, and before that it was
a bodega or a wine shop. And so, what does granja mean? Because it’s something you’re gonna see throughout Barcelona. And granja means farm. And what happened is that
back in the old days, these places used to provide
a lot of the milk products to the people who lived here in Barcelona, and they would actually
have cows in the back. And so now, a lot of these places survive as places for coffee, for
chocolate, for sweets, and of course, that
means breakfast in Spain. And there is one thing you have to try when you’re in Barcelona, especially if you have a
sweet tooth and a way to start and that is a suizo. So, here it is, the suizo. This is, just you only see them
in Barcelona and Catalonia. It’s chocolate, melted chocolate like you’ll get in other parts of Spain, but with this massive dollop
of whipped cream on top. And then, you need to ask for
it with a melindro or a churro and that’s what you’re
gonna dunk in there. Mmm. The cool cream, the warm chocolate, this is the way to start the day. (Yoly chuckles)
Mmm. Insane. So, when you’re eating this make sure that you really mix that
chocolate in so you get it all. Sometimes, the gooier
bits sink to the bottom, so you wanna mix it up and, mmm. Perfect start to the day. Yoly, I need a glass of wine now. Chocolate down, cream
down, cava coming up. Let’s hit the market. (sultry hip hop music) So, here we are in the
Santa Caterina Market right in the center of Barcelona,
in the Born neighborhood, and this is one of my favorite markets, or kind of my favorite market
to visit here in Barcelona because it’s a true functioning traditional neighborhood market, and it’s still right here in the center, and it’s a real place to get a sense of how these markets work
in the city and in Spain. We come here and have Tastes and Traditions
of Barcelona Food Tour. And I wanna take you to two
of the wonderful vendors that we visit on that tour,
Bar Joan y Antonio Iberics. Let’s go. Okay, stop number two, it’s alcohol time. I feel like sometimes I’m alcoholic that I’m drinking really
early, but this is typical. Everybody along this bar, almost, is drinking a beer or a glass of wine. And we’re at Bar Joan, which is a bar. Has been here for 25 years. Joan’s actually not here
right now, but his family are. A lot of the people who work here are family members, they say. Here’s Oscar who’s actually not a family member.
(bell dings) But he calls himself an
adopted family member, so it’s a family-run business. It’s integral to the
neighborhood, to the market here, and I love this place. Salud to Barcelona, salud
to you guys, let’s dig in. Yoly, you’ve got your glass there. Morning!
– Salud! (speaks in foreign language) Hey, so just one thing. Behind me, you can see those
two people drinking beer. I love it, and what I love about it is they don’t look like the kind of people who’d be drinking beer
at 10 a.m. on a Tuesday, but there you go. That’s the beauty of this culture. Okay, so I have my food here. And you might be thinking, “Hang on, James. “You’re eating an English breakfast.” Well, I said to Oscar, you
know, “I want something strong. “I want something, you
know, something rustic.” And he said, “What about sausages, “a fried egg, and a fried pepper?” And I’m like, “Let’s do it.” So, a Catalan almuerzo. This is a country that
knows how to fry an egg. Fantastic local sausages
that have this bit of pork and have this wonderful kind
of pepper flavor to them. And then, the fried
green pepper, so yummy. – Very good. Just what I needed. – [James] I know, right? – 10:00 a.m. in the morning. (speaking in foreign language) – Okay, so next stop in the
market is Iberics Antonio. Antonio is here. He’s been here for 30 years serving jamon, cured meats, the whole gamut. And I’ve got here a few
little bits and pieces that he’s put together. We’ve got our ham, of course. We got jamon serrano norma, jamon iberico from the black hoof pig, but also two Catalan meats that I really wanted to show
you guys: longaniza and fuet. So, these are meats that
are just pork sausages. They’re really simple,
and they’re so delicious, especially with wine. Fuet is literally pork and
a little bit of pepper, and no other spices. And longaniza is similar, this one has black pepper
around the outside. It’s so, it’s addictive. Right, Yoly?
– Yeah, it’s so yummy. – And fuet actually means whip ’cause you’ll see they’re
nice and long, so, (James imitates whip cracking)
(Yoly chuckles) Like, literally what you
will whip people with. I mean, you don’t whip people with fuet, that would be weird. That would be a fetish.
(Yoly laughs) Of fetishes.
(Yoly laughs) So, one thing I love about the market is it’s a great place to try
these foods like cured meats, cheese, and things like that, that normally would be
quite expensive to order in a tapas bar. So, you can come here, you can
do a little tasting, maybe. Next stop, so there’s one dish I want to try here in the
market to show you guys ’cause it’s something you’ll
see on a lot of menus here in Barcelona and throughout
Catalonia, and I love it. And I don’t know if it’s gonna
be served at any other places we’re going to. So, there’s a place here
in the market that does it and it’s escalivada. Escalivada is effectively roasted red and green pepper and onion. It’s a really traditional dish, historically and traditionally
from the rural areas. And you roast the peppers,
you roast the onion, and then you peel off the skin, and then you let it cool
and get to room temperature. It’s quite a popular dish in summer and it is a wonderful
way to eat vegetables. Mmm. So good, I love it when those
peppers have that sweetness but little bit of bitterness still, and the roast onion. Yum, we’re taking this
home for dinner, Yoly. – [Yoly] Oh, yes! – Okay, we’ve left the
Santa Caterina Market and now we’re going deeper into the Born, this neighborhood that I love. Beautiful winding streets,
wonderful places to eat, and so much fascinating history. It’s also known as La Rivera,
which means the seashore, because literally 500 or so years ago, the seashore was a
five-minute walk that way. It’s now a 20-minute walk
that way to Barceloneta. But what happened is that lot
of land has been reclaimed over the years. Well, this neighborhood became wealthy back in the 13th to 15th century when a lot of wealthy merchants lived here and built their palaces here
with all the money they’ve made trading through the Mediterranean. So, you’ll see these
wonderful old buildings. It just has such a great
atmosphere, I love it. And we’re gonna go to three different places
now in the neighborhood and check out some amazing historic shops and eat some fantastic food. Let’s go. This place, Casa Gispert, founded in 1851. And man, just touching it’s like, it still looks like it’s 1851 in there. And this place is called a colmado, and if you went to the market back then for your fresh goods, this is where you came to
get your spices, your coffee, your nuts, your chocolate,
all those different things. And it was actually in the
same family ’til about 1995, and I read that the
last sort of descendant who was running it
decided to become a nun, and it was bought by another family, and they run it today, and they’ve really kept the
integrity of this place. And let’s go in and check it out. Okay, so I’ve ordered a
selection of a few things to try that are really typical from this place, and really, really delicious to show you what you
know, you should order, you should buy when you come here. But walking in here, it’s like
a time machine, this shop. The smell, the light, it’s magical. So, I’ve selected a few things that I think are
indicative of Casa Gispert. And if you’re coming here and
you wanna grab some snacks when you’re exploring the city, it’s a great place to pick them up. So, we’ve got macadamia nuts, which are, oh my God, delicious. We’ve got the almonds that
they roast themselves. They actually have their own oven. And mmm, mmm. The almond skin on has this beautiful, kinda smokey flavor to them. Okay, and this one, what they’ve got, is an almond covered in chocolate. But, mmm. It’s like, beautiful milk chocolate with a dusting over the top. And then they do this guy, which is a called a codol,
which is unique to here. And (speaks in foreign language) means river stone in Catalan. And it’s a macadamia nut
covered in white chocolate and then covered in dark chocolate. See if I can bite it
so you can see inside. Oh my God, it’s so good. The dark chocolate on the
outside, the white chocolate, the macadamia, the
sweetness of the macadamia. This is like, the perfect snack when you’re exploring Barcelona. Okay, let’s keep eating. There’s something else
really sweet, super sweet, that we need to try, and you need to try while
you’re in Barcelona, let’s go. So, guys this place is called Hofmann and it’s a pastry shop,
it’s a cooking school, it’s a whole bunch of different things. Started in the ’80s by a woman who, as the daughter of a Catalan
and a German, so a real mix, hence the name, Hofmann,
doesn’t sound super Catalan. And now as well as being
a famous cooking school, they also have this
little pastry shop here where they make the
most incredible pastries including their signature croissant that has mascarpone inside. For me it’s the best, but they have a whole bunch of other ones as well as the typical classic butter one. But, this one is pure evil
(Yoly laughs) in a croissant. It is just insane. I’m gonna break it open
for the camera here. Wow! – [Yoly] It is pure. (chuckles) – You would not be surprised to know that on our Taste and Traditions Food Tour this is often people’s favorite taste out of all the things they eat. I mean, look at that. Gooey, creamy mascarpone,
and then on the outside, there’s the flaky croissant, and then there’s this sort
of glaze over the top. Mmm. It’s really sweet on the
outside with that glaze, but the inside has a slight
kind of bitterness to it. I’m floating in heaven, baby, right now.
– Yeah. – Weak at the knees.
(Yoly chuckles) I wanna see what it looks
like when you eat it. I think we all do. – Oh wow. – Isn’t it good?
– Confirmed, yeah. – [James] Confirmed? – Best croissant ever. – So, when you’re in Spain, there’s a sweet that we eat at Christmas but you can try it any point in the year. And you’ll get them in
different parts of the country, but they’re made in Alicante,
and it’s called turron. And it’s kinda like nougat a
little bit, but it much better. And there’s this place here in Barcelona, this is our next stop,
it’s called La Campana, and they have been making it since 1890. And it had this shop open since 1920. And since 1890, this business
is still in the same family. So, let’s go inside. (speaking in foreign language) Here we have Laura and Bea. They’re the two sisters
that run this shop. They’re the fourth generation
making this amazing turron that we’re gonna try now
and tell you guys all about. And we’re also gonna try a
really special drink here, so. (speaking in foreign language) And so what is turron? This thing we eat at Christmas
and it’s so delicious, and well, kind of good for you because it gives you a
lot of energy. (chuckles) It’s basically some
really simple ingredients. It’s egg, honey, sugar, and nuts. Mixed together, toasted, and
what you get is, you get, one of the common ones is this hard turron that is really, really hard and delicious, and you break it off. And then there’s the softer stuff that has more ground-up almonds in it and tastes almost like peanut butter and has that kind of consistency. I’ve got this plate here with some to try. I’m not gonna get too crazy, Yoly. Don’t worry.
(Yoly laughs) So, the hard stuff, mmm. I really like the hard stuff, I mean, you can taste the honey, the
nuts, the almonds, oh man. Really, really good. I like the hard stuff, then my guilty pleasure is the soft stuff, the peanut buttery. Oh man. And so, they have this other one which is caramelized egg yolk. Oh yeah. Okay, and there’s another
thing you need to try in Spain when you come here,
particularly if it’s summer, and that’s horchata. Now if you’re from the States you might think horchata is rice milk because I think that’s what
horchata from Mexico is made of. But here in Spain, it’s
made from tiger nuts. As my brother often says, “Poor tigers.”
(Yoly laughs) But no, tiger nuts are actually
tubers that are dug up. It’s something that was
brought to Spain by the Moors, the cultivation of this,
and then it’s ground up, these tubers, then mixed
with water and sugar to create this incredibly refreshing drink that literally for me, the first horchata of
summer is like a ritual. It is so thirst-quenching, maybe even more thirst-quenching
than water, seriously. It’s so good. (speaking in foreign language) Okay, we’re now leaving the Born and we’re crossing over the Via Laietana into the Gothic Quarter, that
famous, historic, beautiful, somber, gloomy, magical
neighborhood here in Barcelona. It’s a really hard place to eat well. There’s a lot of tourists that go there and there’s a lot of tourist traps. There’s a couple of places
that I wanna take you where you can eat well
and the food is fantastic, so let’s head there. So, here we are in La Pineda, this tiny little gourmet
charcuterie shop, wine shop here in the Gothic
Quarter that, literally, if you don’t know where it
is, you’re not looking for it, you’ll walk right past it, surrounded by all these
kind of horrible shops. And here it’s been run as a
charcuterie shop since 1910 and 1930 in the same family. You can see up behind
me all the hanging ham. I love these kind of places. And so we’re here for our aperitif, that most magical hour of the day. It’s about sort of 1:00 p.m.-ish, and this is where we’re
gonna have vermouth to open your appetite, and obviously, is a great place to eat
and it’s just wonderful. So, vermouth is coming, we’ve
ordered some delicious stuff. All right, let’s do it. Beautiful little vermouth
here, nice and long glass, it’s got its little slice of
orange in there, it’s olive. So, cheers Yoly. – Salud!
– You’re backlit so we can’t see you, very mysterious. – Mysterious Yoly.
– Yeah. – Mmm, mmm.
– There we go. (Yoly chuckles) – Mmm! – Okay, so what have we
got here in front of us? We’ve got these potato chips. Now, you might be thinking
potato chips, are you nuts? But literally, you can order a bag of
potato chips in these places and they’re so good. And what you have to order with it is this guy, Salsa Espinaler. This is a Catalan sauce that’s like a, kind of a pepper, red pepper sauce. It’s just so yummy,
vinegary, and it’s often, you’ll put it on canned seafood,
but also on potato chips. You can see that color
on there, and it just. Mmm, oh my God. Delicious selection of cheeses
and also fried almonds. Oh my God, it looks good. And then, for the brave, for the brave, the A word, anchovies. Beautiful canned anchovies cured in salt and then just on their
own, couple of olives. Aperitif time. (tongue clicks)
– Yes! (chuckles) (dramatic music) (Yoly laughs) Almost. – I’m obviously getting full. I can’t get the almond in my mouth, my body is starting to reject food. This is like a goat cheese. Creamy. And this cheese has been cured
in wine, hence the color. Oh my God, so good. These are soft, smooth. And I’m sure they’re healthy,
I mean, they’ve gotta be. Also, a little extra that we get here ’cause we’re friends of the house is that we get to film upstairs where all the hams are hanging, let’s go. They told us we have to be
very careful though, Yoly. This is Santi, everybody,
who runs La Pineda. So, one of the things about these old shops here in Barcelona is that the families
used to live above them, so this space right here was
the family home and it’s tiny. And they would, a little space out there, looking over the shop and
everything happening here. Sleeping together, eating together. I mean, it’s crazy to think about it. Now, they use it for ham storage. Yoly, if you go through there, you can see all the hams
hanging from the hooks. It’s incredible. Okay, we’ve have our
aperitif, vermouth down. Next, we’re gonna go to another
really historic place here, tucked away in the hidden
in the Gothic neighborhood, place you’ll never find
on your own probably. And we’re gonna have a
really delicious tapa and a glass of wine, let’s go. Now it is time for tapas proper. And when I’m talking tapas
proper, I’m talking bravas. And so this place, Bodega La Palma, is a classic in the Gothic Quarter. It’s really held onto its essence. That’s what I love about it,
and the food is fantastic. And this place actually included in the tapas video I
did here in Barcelona, but on that occasion, I
came here for dessert. This time we’re here because they do some of the best
bravas, I think, in the city, Barcelona-style bravas. And when you see that word
bodega here in Barcelona, you know it’s talking about a place that was once, or still is, a wine shop. And so you can see all these
big old barrels behind me. So, this place opened in 1935, one year before the Spanish
Civil War broke out. And back then it sold wine, ice, I believe olive oil, soap,
and things like that. And it was run by this anarchist woman, and often the people who came
here, many of them artists, including Picasso, could not pay. They didn’t have any money, and so they would pay by
painting art on the walls. And these places now,
obviously, it’s a restaurant, but you can see up behind me, you can see this sort of, room up there, and that’s where the family would’ve lived back when this was a shop
selling wine and I just love it. I love sitting in these places with the beautiful
Gothic Quarter out there. So, how they do the
bravas here in Barcelona is with bravas sauce,
little spicy pepper sauce, but also with alioli mixed together, and I love the combination. Here they do the potatoes
perfectly, skin on, and just the creamy, garlicky alioli and the beautiful bravas sauce. It’s really, really good. Mmm. Smokey, the paprika really smokey, and oh! The creamy alioli. You know, when you’re wandering around, checking out the history of this area, check out Bodega La Palma, definitely. So, one thing you can see here, you know how I told you that
the former owner 100 years ago, that often artists paid
for their wine in painting? Well, here you can see one
of the remaining paintings on the wall. They literally painted on the wall. And you can actually kind of almost see the influences of cubism in the painting that reflects the time
of when it was painted. Starting to crack a little bit. It’s amazing that it’s still
here, it’s the only one left. Very, very cool, food and history. Let’s keep going, I’m hungry. – Yeah.
– Okay. We’re crossing the road. We have left the Gothic,
the sun is now on our faces. We’ve left the dark, gloomy,
narrow streets of the Gothic. and now we head–
– To the sun! – To the sun.
– And the traffic light is. Yeah. (chuckles) – And now we’re going out
to where the sun shines. We’re heading toward Barceloneta. And that is a wonderful neighborhood, but on route we have
this little stop first, so let’s check that out. (sultry guitar music) So, guys this place, Can Paixano, or La Xampanyeria, is famous. It opened 1969. For Barcelona, what
this place is all about, standing up and it gets
really busy, it gets heaving. Right now, it’s actually pretty quiet. Sometimes, you’re literally
like this and you can’t move. And what is kinda cool about this place, it’s super rustic food,
everything’s on the grill. Look at my butifarra. Butifarra is a fantastic
Catalan sausage with onion. Real simple food. I don’t know, how much was this? Three euros. And another one, pork loin with cheese. So, the bread, just grilled
pork loin and cheese. And then what they’re also famous for is their really cheap cava served in these wonderful glasses. You can get it pink or
you can get it normal. It’s like, red pill, blue pill. Mmm. So flavorful, oh my God. Crazy simple food, some
might say hangover food. Only about three euros for this guy. I wanna know from Yoly
what her favorite wine is as a super taster. – Let’s see. Good. Yeah, I mean it’s great, sweet. This is even kind of fruitier, so I will go for this one, yeah. Get the white ones, yummy. – You see, if you’re in Barcelona
and you have a big night and you’re hungover, you
should come to this place. This is a breakfast of champions. (Yoly chuckles) All right, next stop
is this really famous, really tiny tapas bar in the
Barceloneta neighborhood. I wanna show you what
this neighborhood is like and tell you a little bit
about it as we walk there. Let’s go. So, welcome to the
Barceloneta neighborhood. These straight streets, all perpendicular, kinda like New York, are
very different from the Born, the Gothic, those medieval,
winding, dark streets. And so remember when I said that the seashore used to
come up to where the Born was? Well, we would be out to sea
back then, 500 years ago. But what happened is as the sea slowly, as the land was slowly reclaimed, and as the Born really
just got packed with people inside the medieval walls, well, in the 18th century, they had to put the people somewhere. So, they built this neighborhood right out on this peninsula
of kind of, reclaimed land. First bricks were laid in 1753. There were single story
dwellings, and over the years, they’ve built up, and it’s been originally a
fisherman’s neighborhood, then industry, and now,
it’s famous for its seafood and there’s great restaurants here. So, we’re gonna head for two of them. First, we’re going to a
famous place for tapas, and then we’re going
for the famous fideua. So guys, this place is really
special, La Cova Fumada, there’s no sign above the door. It opened in 1944, and
it’s an institution here in La Barceloneta. It used to be the place where fishermen and people from the neighborhood would come and cook their
own dishes and drink wine. And now, it’s converted into a place where they cook the
food here, they can eat. It’s rustic, it’s full
of locals, it’s loud. So, let’s go into La Cova Fumada. Let’s check it out. So, the dishes are done, they come out. The first one I’ve got
here is the famous bomba, a dish that is famous
here at La Cova Fumada, and potentially invented here. Supposedly, it represents a bomb because it’s a fried
ball of meat and potato with alioli and spicy bravas sauce on top. Look at this guy, this is fried calamari. Just a la plancha with some
garlic and parsley on top. I mean, unbelievable. And also, we have sardines. So, grilled sardines, again,
parsley and garlic on top. I mean, just look at it. It just, it just looks
like it’s just so fresh. It looks amazing. This is the kind of place I love. It’s so yummy, it’s the bomb. Spicy as well, it’s the heat coming on. This is comfort food, man. This is a dream. This is how I love seafood, just pure, fresh, lightly grilled. You must come to this place. Wow, it just tastes like a beach holiday. – Cooked to perfection. Flavor’s so fresh, I
mean, the lady’s there, cutting everything that has just arrived from the sea, I guess, and yeah. Unbelievable, so good. (chuckles) Sorry, this is really piggy, but. It’s the only way I could go about it. It’s beautiful. Again, so very fresh, wow. – One really important thing, though, to keep in mind for La Cova
Fumada is to get there early. It opens at 9:00 a.m.,
kitchen’s open at 9:00 a.m., closes at 3:00 p.m., although
it does open a bit later on the weekends, I believe. But, you wanna get there early because that’s when it seems
a lot of the locals are, before it does, a lot of tourists arrive, and that’s when the queues start. So, you know, get there and have lunch, have an 11 a.m. lunch and
just drink cheap wine, eat seafood, it’s a magical place. This is the reason you travel. All right, one more stop
and it’s more seafood. Let’s do it. Okay, guys, last stop. Can Ramonet. This place is famous for its seafood, its paellas and its fideua,
which is what we’re gonna try. And this building was the
first building to be built here in La Barceloneta in 1753, which is pretty incredible. It’s been a bodega, then a
restaurant for about 60 years. It’s in the fourth generation, this place. Let’s check it out, I love it in here. So, this place Can
Ramonet, can meaning house, casa Ramonet, can is house in Catalan, has been in the same
family for four generations and they do fantastic
seafood here and rice dishes. We actually come here on our
Tastes and Traditions Tour for paella at the end of the tour, but we’re gonna do a little twist today. We’re not getting paella. We’re gonna get a fideua,
which is paella’s pasta cousin. So, this is a dish where you’re gonna see, which is base of seafood,
but instead of having rice, it had little fideos,
which are little noodles that you’ll see in dishes
down the east coast of Spain. So, if you’re having lunch in Barcelona and you’re at a bit of a rustic place, then there’s one way that
you need to drink wine. And that is from a porron. And how do you drink it? Like this. (mellow music) (speaking in foreign language) The key is the flick at the end. And I always get it wrong and
I always dribble it on myself. But, Yoly you’re up.
– You did good. My turn, huh?
– Yeah, your turn. – I think I might be hopeless with this. Let’s see. Okay, yeah. (chuckles) (mellow music) That’s pretty good. (speaks in foreign language) (speaks in foreign language) – [James] Smells incredible. – [Waiter] So, enjoy it. – Thank you very much.
– Thank you! (speaking in foreign language) – So, what I love about the fideua is that it’s just different from paella. It’s got it’s own unique
texture and flavor and I think it’s really great to try something a little bit different and the fact that it’s always
seafood, and it’s originally a seafood dish.
– Yeah. – Oh yeah. Really rich fumet. So, the fish stock that they use, they cook the fideos and
gives them so much flavor, and it’s very intense seafood flavor. And then, the alioli. Mmm, wow. I know you’re very full, but go on. – Mmm, mmm! You know sometimes, I’m just
going to say this softly, but sometimes I prefer fideua to paella. – Uh-oh! – I know. (James imitates siren)
Oh no, I’m gonna get it! I mean, but why compare, though? They’re different dishes, you know? So, I love this one. – [James] Well, you just compared them. – I know. (laughs) Silly me. (laughs) Perfect combination, the
alioli with the fideua. (mellow music)
Mmm. Yoly alioli. – Someone called Yoly, Yoly
Alioli in the comments. Actually Yoly gets a lotta
names in the comments, often because people
don’t know Yoly as a name. And so there’s Yola, Yoly Alioli. – Yos
– Yos. – Yol.
– Yol. – Yolandi.
– Yolandi. – Yolander.
– Yolander. We had Yolander? – Yolander, yes.
– The Yolander. – Yolander. (chuckles)
– I like that. – [Yoly] The Yolander Meister. – (chuckles) The Yolander,
The Yolander Meister. I like Yoly Alioli. Yeah?
– Yeah, that’s my favorite. (singing in foreign language) – Guys, huddle up. Okay, you’re coming to Barcelona, you don’t know where to eat, there’s a lot of tourist
traps in the city. Let me tell you the
first time I came here, it was really, really complicated and I fell into a whole bunch
of kind of crappy places. So, these 10 places are fantastic. If you’re coming, you wanna discover more, check out the playlist below which has more videos
of great places to eat. And we’ll see you in the next video and we’ll see you in Barcelona. (speaking in foreign language)

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