As you descend into the vibrant, lively basement setting of Tapac 24, your stomach will no doubt start grumbling at the prospect of sampling some of the classic Catalan tapas being cooked in front of you. Fresh seafood gently simmering in aromatic liquid sauces; waiters dash efficiently between tables; chefs seem to be cooking at least ten dishes all at once - you can’t help but get swept away in the frenetic hive of activity here. As one of Barcelona’s most popular all-day tapas bars, slowly work your way through their chalkboard menu of rustic tapas-style sharing plates, including the signature Bikini Ç24 crustless grilled ham-and-cheese sandwiches with shaved black truffle; the croquetas de jamón (ham croquettes); delectable albondigas (meatballs); and grilled calçots (green onions) served with a spoonful of smoky-yet-sweet romesco sauce. Make sure that you also explore their impressive Spanish wine list by the glass. The intimate bar seating around the kitchen is our favourite spot to dine, placing you in the heart of the kitchen’s action. No bookings.