Christmas, cold and winter come, and there is no better plan than to have a sweet treat, whether desserts, pastries or creations designed for the sweet tooth, along with a good coffee with milk or a real hot chocolate during the afternoons from Barcelona.
Sound good right? Well you better taste 😉
For this reason, at Fuster Apartments we wanted to create our own list of 3 locations in Barcelona where you can enjoy a good sweet.
A perfect snack in Barcelona
1. The Donutería
In the neighborhood of Sant Antoni, La Donutería is the perfect place for lovers of “sweets tastes”. A perfect and fluffy briox with dozens of flavors. From vanilla to pistachio, through the most classic flavors.
Our favorite is coffee and cocoa, and of course, a clear mention of “dulce de leche”.
In addition, in this establishment new flavors are baked every day. A good claim to repeat.
Of Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
How to get
Sant Antoni (Metro: L1, L2)
2. Koku Kitchen Buns
Snack with English style with a sweet that will surprise you.
The “Banoffee” is an English invention perhaps little known in our city but that does not leave anyone indifferent.
The secret? A layer of compact salty biscuit covered in banana slices perfectly combined with a fine texture of “toffee” plus a cloud of whipped cream topping this delicious dessert. What do you think? You just have to try it.
Carrer del Comerç, 29
Of Monday to Sunday from 1 pm to 4 pm and from 7:30 pm to 11:30 pm
How to get
Barceloneta, Jaume I (Metro: L4)
The paradise of Croissant. Are you fan? Then this place of the Born you have to visit it yes or yes.
In Bubó there are many options to choose, from the croissant of walnuts and marzipan, or the black chocolate with pistachios, but its croissant par excellence and that fascinates both children and adults is the Nutella croissant with pieces of caramelized hazelnut.
But not only croissants are served. You will also find other types of sweets such as cakes and other delicacies.
Monday from 3 to 9 pm Tuesday for Thursday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. Sunday from 10 a 21 h
How to get
Jaume I (Metro: L4)