The Spanish equivalent of ‘Who ate all the pies?’ is ‘¿Quién comió todo el paella?’ or ‘Who ate all the paella?’
A handy phrase to remember should you ever find yourself at a Spanish football match with a pressing need to insult the ref.
Take up today’s Big Deal with the stylish Barca Tapas in Prince Square and you’ll quickly become fluent in Spanish gastronomy.
Delivering some Catalan sunshine to Glasgow city centre, this Big Deal is for two people to enjoy some delicious marinated olives and rustic Spanish bread before tucking into an authentic paella.
To accompany the food at Barca Tapas, guests have the choice of a bottle of house red or white wine or a litre of sangria, made with licor 43, Spanish brandy, orange and cranberry juices and red wine.
Choice of paella
Barca Tapas uses the freshest ingredients and authentic Spanish rice to make its range of paellas.
Diners can choose between a delicious shellfish paella; a paella made with different meats; a vegetarian paella or a scrumptious Valencia paella made with both shellfish and meat.
Dine on the terrace
Barca Tapas has terrace seating in buzzy Princes Square which means that you can do as the Spanish do and eat on the terrace without fear of the Scottish weather causing frostbite.
Alternatively, dine inside the restaurant and soak up the modernist Spanish-inspired interior.
Manager Craig and his staff can’t guarantee Spanish weather but they can offer warm Scottish hospitality to their customers. At the time of writing, Barca Tapas is rated a solid 3.9/5 by just under 300 5pm users who have eaten at the restaurant. The last review to have been posted was short but sweet: ‘Great service and a lovely meal!’
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