Barca features Spanish tapas along with some that have a Levantine twist. And they serve main courses as well.
Most folks (including me) would assume that a waterfront place in a heavily touristed area would not feature excellent food, but on my one visit Barca truly broke the rule. I had three small plates, and two were superb, the third merely very good.
The patatas braves were extraordinary, the best I’ve had in a long time including at the beloved Jaleo. Super crispy and a good amount of kick. The other great dish is listed as smashed cucumber, though it is meaty slices of cucumber (no seeds) liberally showered with spices and a splash of fine vinegar. Awesome.
The very good tapa was kale with fried walnuts over lebneh, served with fresh hot triangles of a puffy golden bread. All tapas were generous plates of food.
There is a big tented area right on the water and a small bar with tables inside, between these two, there are some high tables outdoors as well. Although the tent was packed at 8pm, by 9pm it had cleared out quite a bit, so that would have been a super time to enjoy a great summer evening in a dramatic location.