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The SweetOphelia Café: tasty home cooking and superb décor


Article updated 23 March, 2020. 0 comments

Looking for a tasty but healthy treat in Barcelona? Head to The SweetOphelia Café for delicious home cooking in a relaxing atmosphere!

Inside the SweetOphelia Café

Ronda De Sant Pere, 39
Metro: Urquinaona (L4 y L1)


Monday - Friday, 9am - 2:30pm
Saturday, 9am - 2:30pm

How much?

from €3.50


For tasty home cooking

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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Olivia has always loved Barcelona: its modernity, the fantastic climate, the sun, the beaches, the tiny winding streets of the Gothic quarter, the joyful and festive atmosphere… Like all the best love stories, this one ends “happily ever after”, and Olivia has now set up home in the Catalan capital.