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Tickets Bar

Tickets Bar

The brainchild of Albert Adria – with a little help from big brother Ferran Adria of elBulli fame – Tickets is currently the hottest table in town, and gourmands will have to play roulette with the restaurant’s online booking... Read More

Romero

Romero

The ebullient, albeit linguistically limited, owner-chef of this small restaurant in Eixample likes to greet every group of diners personally and talk them through his lovingly compiled Mediterranean menu. Among the highlights is the... Read More

Moritz Brewery

Moritz Brewery

Moritz first started brewing beer in Barcelona in 1856 before going bankrupt in 1978. Descendants of the Alsatian immigrant however re-launched the brand in 2004 to the delight of local residents. Now that production takes place in... Read More

Meson David

Meson David

With its ancient oak barrels and creaking wooden beams, you’re half expecting Don Quixote to waltz into this traditional Spanish tavern, which serves up Basque hake, Navarran trout and Galician octopus in portions large enough to... Read More

Lilipep

Lilipep

Tucked away in a hidden corner, somewhere in El Born’s labyrinthine alleyways, this book-strewn café, with its high ceilings and refined clientele, is a relaxing place to stop off for a snack or light bite. There are plenty of... Read More

Lasarte

Lasarte

Emblazoned with not one, but two glittering Michelin stars, this intimate eaterie in the Hotel Condes is presided over by renowned Basque chef, Martin Berasategui. You can order dishes such as charcoal-grilled tuna belly, mango and... Read More

Koy Shunka

Koy Shunka

Awarded a Michelin star for the first time in 2013, fans of Japanese cuisine should not miss chef Hideki Matsuhisa’s celebrated tasting menu when in Barcelona. As well as superb sushi and sashimi, diners get to sample pintxos of... Read More

Gilda By Belgious

Gilda By Belgious

This low-key and intimately lit restaurant in the Barrio Gotico sports an eclectic international menu of tapas and mains that includes Iberian hams, Argentinian prawns, Japanese tuna and Flemish stews; the small but sweet dessert menu... Read More

Els Pescadors

Els Pescadors

Few tourists venture out this far to Poblenou, but they’re missing out. The delightful Placa del Prim evokes the village atmosphere of what was once a separate pueblo to Barcelona, when this upmarket restaurant was nothing more than a... Read More

Elisabets

Elisabets

Gotta to get your tapas fix? Try this unfussy place in Raval for just damn good down-to-earth classic tapas, including patatas bravas (potato chunks with spicy sauce), choricitos (little sausages), pimientos de Padrón (small... Read More

El Boo

El Boo

Spectacularly situated on a pier between Marbella and Nova Marbella beaches, with its ocean views, deck terraces and breezy interior décor, El Boo is big on the wow factor. Celebrity chef Francisco Palomares creates innovative seasonal... Read More

EatWith.com

EatWith.com

Imagine Airbnb.com, but instead of lodging with locals you eat with them instead. The EatWith.com project started in Tel Aviv and Barcelona, and allows travellers to browse online for menus offered by local hosts (expect anything from... Read More

Dans Le Noir?

Dans Le Noir?

Dans Le Noir? claims to be “more than a restaurant” and it’s a fair boast. During this innovative dining experience you’re led into a pitch-black room and served up a supper of fresh market cuisine by a team of blind waiters.... Read More

Dostrece

Dostrece

Macabre Mexican artwork, a mosaic-style bar and cream-canvas chairs set the tone for hipster revelry at this cocktail bar, which also serves up a mean supper. Creative dishes like orange and cinnamon chicken breast served with wild... Read More

Cat Bar

Cat Bar

This off-kilter vegan restaurant serves up homemade vegan food, including excellent meat-free sausages, burgers, lasagne and tortillas, amongst an assortment of feline-themed memorabilia. The owner is a bona fide beer lover and the... Read More

Can Eusebio

Can Eusebio

This spit-and-sawdust tapas joint has a couple of venues in the Poble Sec district and is a favourite with both students in search of cheap patatas bravas and blue-collar workers happy to swig down their €1 cañas (small beers). An... Read More

Caj Chai

Caj Chai

Sequestered away on a narrow alley somewhere in the shadows of the Gothic Cathedral, this hidden hotspot is a tea-lovers’ delight, with literally hundreds of brews from around the world served by expert hands. No alcohol, no wifi, no... Read More

Bun Bo Vietnam

Bun Bo Vietnam

Vermicelli noodles, lemongrass fish steamed in banana leaves and the eponymous Bun Bo broth all make for a nice change from tapas, especially when washed down with a Cobra or Asahi beer. Boasting a fantastic terrace just around the... Read More

La Biblioteca Gourmande

La Biblioteca Gourmande

A classy Mediterranean and Catalan restaurant in the Raval district (just off La Rambla), Biblioteca is decorated in calming neutral tones of beige and white, with a delightful tiled floor and an open kitchen at the back. Grouper fish... Read More


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