The philosophy behind Suquet de l’Almirall, helmed by Quim Marqués, a fourth generation chef, is to feature seafood caught and sold in Barcelona’s harbors—most of their ingredients are purchased at the local fish market, which is just steps from the seaside restaurant. The menu is filled with classically Catalan (but often adventurous) seafood dishes like fried anchovies and an insanely good paella. Don’t leave without ordering the suquet, the signature huge bowl of steamed shellfish. Try to get a seat on the beautiful outdoor patio.

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