This milk bar dates back to 1890, and it still looks really old-school in here.
They invented a Spanish type of drinking chocolate (Cacaolat – delicious cold drink), but it’s for the churros and chocolate that locals and tourists flock to this little gem just off La Rambla. Just make sure you don’t come between 3 and 5pm, as that’s when the owners hold their siesta and the shop is closed.
Carrer Xuclà, 4-6
You can find the exact location of Granja Viader and other tips on my Barcelona Pinterest map.