On the right: a creative version of the humble of flan in Barcelona
Below: Ofelia, a popular American bakery in Seville; croissants at Creme de la creme, Seville; cinnamon ice cream with cream and mandarin slush at La Pinxa del Bisbe, Barcelona; Milhojas or millefuille, a typical French pastry at San Miguel Mercado, Madrid
- La Panxa Del Bisbe, a quirky but classy restaurant that serves creative modern Spanish food & desserts - we went there twice during our stay in Barca, and that says a lot
- Brunells, one of the oldest bakeries of Barcelona
- Caelum, a charming bakery in the heart of Gothic quarter, Barcelona
- Xurreria Trebol, a favourite with locals
- Forn Baluard. An institution in Barcelona & known for its breads
- Panaderia Hnos Solana, Granada. A small but quaint bakery popular with the locals
- La Tienda de la Azotea, Seville. Try their tapas as well the torrijas here - divine!
- Ofelia Bakery, Seville. An American bakery very popular with locals. Try their cupcakes, they are amazing.
- Manu Jara, a charming traditional bakery in Triana neighbourhood of Seville
- Santo Tome, Toledo. One of the oldest bakeries in Toledo and known for its marzipan
- Belus, Madrid. Very popular bakery known for its coffee and traditional Spanish desserts
- San Gines Chocolateria, Madrid. A popular tourist destination and has a line all the time
- La Primera, Madrid. A must visit for modern fine dining Spanish food & desserts. Each dish is a work of art.
- Casa Mira, Madrid. A traditional bakery & a child’s delight -known especially for its turrons
- Antigua Pastelería del Pozo, another traditional bakery in Madrid. Check out their vintage tilling machine!
- La Mallorquina, right at the corner of Puerta del Sol, Madrid. Very popular with both tourists and locals
- El Riojano, Madrid. A traditional Spanish bakery that houses the famous Rosco de Reyes cake
- Mercado San Miguel, a beautiful recently renovated food market place - a must visit. This place is a gastronomic delight