Barça Tapas, Princes Square
Princes Square, 48 Buchanan Street, G1 3JX
- usually £28.00
- save 57%
- deals sold
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£12 instead of up to £28 for 5 tapas for two to share or £22 instead of up to £46 to include a bottle of wine at Barça Tapas & Cava Bar, Princes Square – save up to 57%
- Five tapas dishes for two to share
- Option to include a bottle of wine
- Located in Princes Square in the heart of the City Centre
- Houses a Cava and cocktail bar
- Valid 7 days
A taste of the Med
Come out of the cold and discover a little taste of Spain at Barça Tapas & Cava Bar as you soak up the atmosphere of their modernist Spanish inspired interior. Alternatively, you and your partner can dine on one of the restaurant's two bright indoor terraces where you can experience al fresco dining within the warmth of Princes Square.
Escape the hustle and bustle of the City Centre and take a culinary trip to the sunnier climes of Spain. You’ll be able to sample authentic dishes like honey glazed pork cheeks, braised with chickpeas and red wine and served with chilli yoghurt; thinly sliced potato baked with garlic, cream and manchego cheese; lamb meatballs with tomato sauce and sweet potato crisps; or battered squid rings with aioli. Whichever five tapas take you and your buddy’s fancy, you’ll also have the option of adding a bottle of wine for the perfect date night.
Loved by itisoners
''This was an excellent deal. The food was lovely, setting vibrant and lively, service attentive and the itison deal is the best we have experienced.”
“'Great meal at Barca. Very special tapas and service made it a great day out. Thanks!'.”
“Choice of tapas was really good. Good quality and very good portions. Service was excellent and the staff were helpful and friendly.”
Questions about today's deal
- Barca Tapas & Cava Bar
- Princes Square, 48 Buchanan Street,
- Tel: 0141 248 6555
At Barça Tapas & Cava Bar, you'll discover a little taste of Spain as you soak up the atmosphere of their modern Spanish-inspired interior or dine al fresco style on one of the restaurant’s two indoor terraces where the sun is (almost!) always shining through Princes Square's glass ceiling.