Traditional tastes. Iberian specialties. Tapas. Seafood. Slow food. Vegan cuisine. Craft beer, wine, vermouth and other great stuff to drink. Chocolate, crema catalana, torrons. Specialty coffee. And everything in between.
Umami and Other Tastes of Honest Greens. “Context and memory play powerful roles in all the truly great meals in one’s life”, Anthony Bourdain said, and Honest Greens restaurant offers an exquisite context.
Teleferic restaurant. Right in the city centre, this restaurant merges the best Iberian classics with exotic flavours.
Cuines de Santa Caterina. Located inside the Santa Caterina market, they use fresh and seasonal ingredients to prepare tasty Catalan and Mediterranean dishes.
Tapas & pintxos
Catacroquet. My favourite place to eat croquettes and hummus.
Fabrica Moritz. Here is where we went to have a craft beer tasting accompanied by tapas.
Parlament Cuina de Barri. Here’s where I had the best tortilla in town.
Blai 9. On a street full of pintxo bars, they stand out with creative mixes.
Vegetarian & vegan
El Petit Brot, or the little sprout, is where I had the best raw vegan lunch in Barcelona.
Teresa’s Stairway. The most famous vegetarian chef in Barcelona Teresa Carles opened in El Born a healthy fast bar.
Hammocks. This bar if has colourful hammocks instead of chairs, and some of the best cold pressed juices I’ve tried so far.
Specialty coffee & sweet treats
Espai Joliu. Specialty coffee, homemade sweets, and lots of plants that decorate the cafe – make together a winning combination.
Satan’s Coffee Corner. No decaf, no wifi, no fun for children. Great coffee, and even greater breakfasts.
Escriba. Their cakes and edible jewelleries taste just as good as they look.