Having just one day to spend in Barcelona, we set out from Cebere after breakfast and arrived late morning. After parking our cars, our first port of call was something for lunch, and I had managed to find an array of gluten free eateries before arriving (travelling on a gluten free diet can be quite a challenge at times, but Barcelona offered the goods!). I eenie-meenie-minie-moe’d my way through the long list and settled on somewhere near to where we were, Mussol.
From the front, this place looks like a little hole in the wall cafe, however, walking through to our table, the small restaurant front opened up into a large dining area, with bottles of wine filling holes in walls and spiral stairs leading up to small floating walkways above our heads. The staff here were incredibly warm and welcoming, the food on offer was delicious, and I washed it all down with a Spanish gluten free beer – I was one happy girl.
- There are a number of Mussol locations dotted across Barcelona and you can find maps of each on their website. You can also reserve a table with their online booking system!