Granja Dulcinea — This longtime favorite cafe and snack bar, at Petritxol 2 (tel. 93-302-68-24; daily 9am-1pm, 5pm-9pm), makes a great refueling stop any time of day -- guaranteed to satisfy all chocoholics. Lots of other sweet treats and drinks are on offer.

La Paradeta — Fish and chips fun: Fish-loving kids get to choose what they want and see it being cooked.

Mesón David — You don't have to worry about them making a noise here; the rest of the patrons and staff are just as ear-bursting.

Murivecchi — Friendly, family-run Italian place with plenty of pasta dishes to suit the young ones.

Poble Espanyol — A good introduction to Spanish food. All the restaurants in the "Spanish Village" serve comparable food at comparable prices -- let the kids choose what to eat.

Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.