El Tío Ché

By Ben Holbrook

el tio che horchata

horchata with cinnamon & lemon

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Poblenou may be best known as Barcelona’s forward-thinking barrio, but if you dig a little deeper, you’ll still find untouched relics of the past. El Tío Ché is a fine example: a centenarian horchatería loved for its artisanal icy treats.

The historic, open-fronted façade retains its mosaic tiles and vintage signage. Let Tere pour you a refreshing cup of horchata and be sure to order a bag of deliciously dunkable fartons (pastry fingers sprinkled with powdered sugar) to nibble on too. And don’t miss the rich and creamy homemade ice cream and sticky slabs of turrón.

There are plenty of savory options too – this was one of the first few places in Barcelona to import German sausages. Their hotdogs are nothing short of scandalous!

Opening hours
Monday
10:00 – 23:59
Tuesday
10:00 – 23:59
Wednesday
10:00 – 23:59
Thursday
10:00 – 23:59
Friday
10:00 – 23:59
Saturday
10:00 – 23:59
Sunday
10:00 – 23:59