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The SweetOphelia Café: tasty home cooking and superb décor

Inside the SweetOphelia Café

Whether before or after a visit to the Picasso Museum or the Palau de la Música, a stop-off at The SweetOphelia Café is highly recommended. Step inside and fall under its spell!

The SweetOphelia Café: attractive, harmonious interiors

It’s all about the details here: little things that combine to create a warm and welcoming atmosphere. You’ll find pretty wooden furniture, fresh flowers on the tables, a chalkboard on one wall,  and sophisticated hexagonal tiling which adds a fun, original touch. A great place to relax!

If you want to make the most of a nice day, the café also has a few tables outside on the terrace.

The SweetOphelia Café: homemade treats

Let’s face it, few things are better than real home cooking. At the SweetOphelia Café, everything is made with love and fresh, local ingredients by Arantxa – you won’t find industrial or frozen products here.

The menu features quiches, sandwiches and a range of delicious bagels. Drinks include homemade smoothies and fresh fruit juices, with plenty of original and tasty options on offer!

  • We had a wonderful courgette quiche, with a perfectly creamy filling and crisp, light pastry.
  • The spinach, apple, pomegranate and ginger juice was gone in a matter of seconds – it was THAT good! Highly recommended.

The SweetOphelia café meal

Fancy something sweet? Don’t hold back! There’s a whole range of treats on offer, including carrot cake (the house special), a rich chocolate cake, fruit tarts and cheesecake… we’re planning a return visit to taste them all!

The SweetOphelia Café home baking

The SweetOphelia Café: affordable treats

Great news – a trip to The SweetOphelia Café isn’t going to break the bank. Sandwiches and bagels are priced around the 5 euro mark, desserts around 3.50, and fruit juices 3 euros.

  • The café also offers a lunchtime special, featuring a portion of quiche and a glass of freshly-made fruit juice for €7.50.

To top it all off, service is friendly and efficient – leave with a full heart as well as a full stomach! One of life’s little pleasures.

Useful information

  • The SweetOphelia Café is open Monday – Friday, 9am – 6pm.
  • Visiting at lunchtime? Try and get there early or there won’t be much left!
  • The café offers free wifi.

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