Churrería Laietana is located just a short stroll from Barcelona landmarks such as the Barcelona Cathedral and the Palau de la Musica Catalana. The 15-seat churrería is known for its freshly made churros.
Churrería Laietana, Via Laietana 46, Barcelona, Spain, +34 932 681 263
This churrería has been around longer than the Sagrada Familia. Ever since then, Granja M. Viader has expanded its menu from variations of churros con chocolate to boxed chocolates, dairy, and even meat. In the morning, the Granja serves breakfast and lunch; after the siesta break, the legendary crispy churros and rich chocolate are served.
Granja M. Viader, Carrer d’en Xuclà 4-6, Barcelona, Spain, +34 933 183 486
The atmosphere at Comaxurros feels fresh, warm, and classic, like a Wes Anderson movie. The same can be said about their crispy sugar-glazed churros and sweet and creamy hot chocolate, both of which are freshly made after the order. Eating with various toppings is a privilege that only this churrería offers.
Comaxurros, Calle Muntaner 562, Barcelona, Spain, +34 934 171 053
Perhaps a perfect view of the Sagrada Familia can only best be paired with churros and hot chocolate. Xurreria Sagrada Familia offers just that with only four seats inside and a dozen outside. This is the perfect Barcelona churro experience for those staying for only a few days in the city.
The best churrería for take out, Xurreria Trebol displays all of its churros varieties and prepares them as soon as the order is made. Indoor seating is limited though, with only four seats.
Xurreria Trebol, Carrer de Còrsega 341, Barcelona, Spain, +34 932 179 594