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Try pinchoin Barcelona, Spain

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Order a special appetizer for beer in the bar of Barcelona - a sandwich with seafood, hamon or vegetables. You may also chose another componets.
How to try pincho in Barcelona
In contrast to the Spanish tapas, the pincho takes much longer to be prprepared, and is considered a separate dish.

The most popular components of pincho, in addition to regular bread, are seafood, jamon, potatoes and other vegetables. But you can experiment and make a pinch to your taste.

How to do?

1. Try a pincho in any bar in Barcelona. Usually it is on the bar.
2. Don't forget to tell the waiter the amount of eaten pincho when you ask for the bill.

How much?

From €1.5. It depends on the bar's notch.

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