Fortunately, I had a big meal at the Ham Museum, which was very memorable. At first, I was not used to eating black pork ham, but later it became more and more delicious. It tasted very good with honeydew melon. There are a lot of vacancies and also hosts the team.
The Ham Museum is actually a showcase of Spanish ham culture. Ham is one of the most distinctive foods in Spain. Various types of ham are displayed in the museum. The decoration on the wall, the ham making process, and how to keep the ham delicious, the walls are covered with all kinds of ham and sausages. The ham sausage is a characteristic of Madrid. The flakes are thin and salty, slowly melting in the mouth without any greasy feeling, the taste is delicious and the aftertaste is endless.
A must-eat food in Spain is tempting. You can learn a lot about ham in the museum.
The bar and restaurant named after the "Ham Museum" is a veritable ham chain. The ceiling and bar are filled with ham of various varieties and flavors. The bright color and attractive aroma are mouth-watering. In the center of the store is a standing bar on the first floor, and on the second floor is the main restaurant. You can choose the set menu of the day to feast on.
Recommended dishes: Serrano ham, Iberian ham, ham sandwich
I ordered a set of ham in it, and it feels delicious. It’s okay to eat it once in a while. It might not be too good if you eat it often like the locals. Some hams are very expensive.
As part of our Barcelona Pass, we took this tasting opportunity to learn about the famous Iberico ham. We enjoyed the Jamon Experience on la Rambla. There's a short indoor walking tour with a sampling...
We tried both 4&6 combinations of ham and they all taste good. Unfortunately, as we went there on Sunday, the museum was closed. I will definitely go
When you need a brake from the museums and castles take your steps to Jamon Experience. Very informative and tasty. Enjoyed the visit and would recommend it to everybody.
This is an interesting place to visit if you are interested in the food culture of Spain. The audio explanation lasts about 45 minutes. After, you get a ham tasting with a drink.
Called in to see how hams are cured and stopped for lunch. Lovely restaurant overlooking La Rambla, excellent hams, cheese and bread with a lovely glass of wine.