Barcelona is full of farms where at this time they offer the typical menu of calçotadas. We were seeking for a farmhouse that was not far from Barcelona, and was as “child-friendly” as possible: playground, kids menu, accessible bathrooms, etc..
In Can Cabus (Alella) they have all these facilities, and children and adults we had a great time. First we ate the spring onions as the tradition dictates, standing around a table on the outdoor patio of the house. They were delicious. Meanwhile, the kids were playing (and many also joined us to eat spring onions).
Then we continued with the calçotada menu: caliu potatoes, assorted grilled meat, grilled artichokes, beans, desserts, and coffees. For the children, a menu of macaroni, battered steak and french fries. The food was tasty and the service super attentive.
As we had such fun, we want to repeat. We still have a couple months to eat spring onions! Tell us what is your favorite restaurant for calçotada with kids in Barcelona?
Sant Josep de Calassanç, 10 Alella (Barcelona)