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selena03 | Feb 19, 201810:05 PM     2

We will be travelling to Barcelona (from Vancouver) this March with 2 children (6,11) who have food allergies to peanuts, pistachios, cashews, chickpeas, lentils, sesame, and buckwheat.

We were in Barcelona for our honeymoon 14 years ago and we were not able to afford much so scouting out restaurants at that time was least on our list of priorities. We had dinner at one really nice restaurant though called Tragaluz that we both really enjoyed. Food has probably become the number one priority for us when we travel now and are looking for some ideas for dinners and lunches in Barcelona. One of our kids and I don't eat meat and the other one and my husband do. To give an example of restaurants we have loved on trips: Le Cou Cou and Le Bernard, Ma Peche in NYC, Nobu and True Food Kitchen in LA. And at home we love Ancora, Blue Water Cafe, Nightingale, and L'abbatoir.

Our young son is a very picky vegetarian who is happy to only eat cheese, bread, pasta, and vegetables. We would like to be able to have some good meals with our children but are also looking for a few recommendations for places that we can go to on our own as my mom will be travelling with us and will probably want to stay in some nights. For those it would be nice to go somewhere we wouldn't take our kids:).

We are staying in Example. Some bakery/cafe/breakfasty recommendations would also be good but I am worried about cross contamination so if there are any places that you think may be careful about these things, I would love to know about them. Thank you in advance.

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