Slow food, Catalan and cosmopolitan
Make room for young people and give room to creativity! At Pepa Pla you are immediately in a cosmopolitan atmosphere: a Mexican chef, his second Italian, a Chilean sommelière and an Argentine waitress ..Eixample left - C/Aribau 41
In the heart of Passeig de Sant Joan, a definitively fashionable district, Rare Burger & More can very quickly become a super addictive place...Eixample right - C/ Casp 55
Small prices, very good and friendly!
To put the whole family together before or after a game at Camp Nou nothing like a good pizza or Italian pasta. Mamma Italia is in the neighborhood of Corts a very good address to remember...Les Corts - Carrer del Comte de Güell, 56
The house of the food trucks
Van Van Market, known once a month to join together all the food trucks of Barcelona, innovates once again with Van Van Var: a restaurant which accommodates each week one of best food trucks of the city!Pueblo Nuevo - Pujades, 23
Refined French dining in one of Barcelona’s most beautiful Modernist buildings
La Dama is located on the first-floor mezzanine of the spectacularly beautiful Casa Sayrach, an architectural masterpiece completed in 1918 and one of the last hurrahs of the Modernist movement.Eixample right - Avinguda Diagonal, 423
Trendy neighbourhood bar with sophisticated tapas dishes
At La Mundana, Chefs Alain Guiard and Marc Martin are experimental and passionate about “living the good life”. They draw inspiration from Japan, France and, but of course, the Mediterranean, and big flavours abound at this little locale...Sants / Montjuïc - Carrer del Vallespir, 93
An Italian that goes beyond the pizzas.
Davita Market is not long player of the panorama of Barcelona. In its day, when it opened, it started with a curious system. As if it were a market with different shops the order was made in each of the different sections: drink, pasta, pizza, sausages..Eixample left - Carrer del Rosselló, 231
A meat-lover’s paradise housed in the elegant Alexandra Hotel
As the great Winston Churchill once declared, “My tastes are simple. I am easily satisfied with the best”. And this stylish hotel restaurant is the kind of place Churchill would have thoroughly approved of.Eixample right - Carrer de Mallorca, 251
A 5 star gastrobar
Merkado: A healthy and tasty menu at Melià Sky HotelSan Martín - Carrer Pere IV, 272 - 286
La Sedici, sybarite pizzas in the Barrio de Gracia.
In a small place in the heart of the neighborhood of Gracia, the Plaza del Sol, we find La Sedici. As we enter, we will see the counter and the workman. Everything in sight. There, the ovens are prepared to cook their specialty: pizza.Gracia - Plaça del Sol, 9-10
Asian street food on one of Barcelona’s up and coming foodie streets
At Bao Bao Sants, priced at just €4 a pop, these fist-sized little beauties are perfect for a quick lunch or a fun and informal dinner with friends. You’ll definitely want more after one, so consider ordering two at a time, or at least accompany your bao with a little bowl of crispy cassava chips.Sants / Montjuïc - Carrer de Riego, 23
The Pacific is not so far away
The good news of this early 2017 is certainly the arrival of Costa Pacífico which will quickly become the reference of Mexican restaurants in Barcelona.El Born - Plaça de Sant Agustí Vell, 13
Authentic ramen served in a homely space
Barcelona has long been renowned for its outstanding Japanese sushi restaurants. Ramen is a type of noodle soup served in a rich broth and topped with meat (usually pork) and various vegetables and this is where Ramen Suita becomes relevant in Barcelona.Sants / Montjuïc - Carrer del Príncep Jordi, 6
The First Beer Hall in Barcelona
Coco Vail Beer Hall starts from the experience of the owners at the United States. After living there for a few years, they wanted to bring a piece of Southern California to Barcelona and started this project.Eixample right - Carrer Aragó, 284
Inviting little gastrobar with hearty dishes and international flavours
Filomena is a fantastic little place to go when you’re craving something hearty to eat or a few informal drinks. It’s lively and fun, totally unpretentious.Paralelo / Pueblo Seco - Carrer d'Aldana, 8
The Italian of Soho House
Cecconi’s is one of the Soho House restaurants in Barcelona. A long-awaited opening since the social club announced the election of Barcelona as the new city for an opening.Barrio Gótico - Paseo de Colón, 20
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