The culinary cultures of Peru, Japan, Brazil and Mexico meet in one single place, in the heart of Poblenou.
Camelia is cozy and chic, and it’s definitely an oasis to escape the mundane world outside. Close to Sagrada Família, this café has one of the best specialty coffees in the area. And a lot more.
Translated from Japanese as yummy, deliciousness or a pleasant savoury taste, umami is actually a taste: the fifth taste, the one besides sweet, sour, salty and bitter. It is present in a vast array of veggies as well as in most fermented foods, and it’s also one of the tasty bowls of Honest Greens.
A cool cafeteria filled with plants, lifestyle magazines, locally designed pottery and prints: that’s Espai Joliu, or the Nice Space of Poblenou.
A local craft beer tasting accompanied by plenty of tapas to share, in a former factory turned into a vanguard gastronomic space. Now that’s a great lunch plan, isn’t it?
This is one of our favourite foodie stories: a feast for the eyes and the taste at Telefèric restaurant, with their new menu featuring plenty of fusion tapas.
A fast bar for slow food, Teresa’s Stairway addresses the street with a colourful display of their selection of activated h2o-s and cold-pressed juices. The menu includes fish burgers and salads and many vegetarian options plus some delicious sweet indulgences. The choices at Teresa’s Stairway can be described as flexitarian, or semi-vegetarian, thus mainly plant-basedContinue reading “Teresa’s Stairway”
At Catacroquet in Poblenou things are quite simple: you can choose from the menu either croquettes or “no croquetables”. My advice is to go for a mix of 6 croquettes and as many tapas as you feel you can share with your friends. Everything is tasty and worth trying. We started with the strong pointContinue reading “The Tapas Plan | at Catacroquet”
Since I’ve been here in Barcelona, it seems that the midday vermouth is the official start of the weekend. With a nice glass of this aromatic fortified wine, algo para picar and friends, sitting at a terrace or enjoying a live set in a bar, that’s the local way to welcome el finde, the end ofContinue reading “Vermouth, the Official Start of the Weekend”
For cheese lovers, Barcelona is simply heaven. All across Catalunya there are plenty of local producers that create their cheese the artesan way; and, in the city – lots of fairs and events where you can taste them, and let the cheesemakers tell you their story and where you can buy the specialties. One ofContinue reading “Mas d’Eroles | Artesan’s Raw Cheese”