Walk the centre of the city and have a Modernist breakfast, eclectic brunch and gourmet Catalan lunch at the market.
This is a restaurant with no less than 8 different settings to showcase Iberian delights. Fish & seafood. Tapas & rice. Fast deli. Meat & grill. Plus 4 bars: beer, wine, oysters or cocktails bar.
Casa Amatller is special place for architecture, history, and chocolate. Once the residence of the Amatller family, the house is today partly a museum, partly a cafe, and partly an office building. At a very young age, Antoni Amatller, chocolatier and grandson of the founder of Chocolate Amatller, crossed half of Europe, to discover newContinue reading “Casa Amatller”
Unofficially known across the city as the sweet street, Carrer de Petritxol, a few steps away from las Ramblas, is considered by locals as one of the best place for having chocolate. Petritxol Xocoa Chocolate chain Xocoa has been working with chocolate since 1897. At Xocoa there’s a variety of chocolate bars, bonbons, chocolate beer, asContinue reading “the Chocolate Street of Barcelona”
The history of chocolate in Europe actually began in Barcelona, at the start of the 16th century, when Christopher Columbus arrived home and presented King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella a boat load of curiosities from the New World. Among them, the cocoa beans. The beans were mistaken for a type of nut and more orContinue reading “Chocolate and the Story of Chocolatadas”
New Foodie Story : Escribà is an historic patisserie and cafe on Las Ramblas, now run by its fourth-generation pastry chef. Read more…