Oishii, Ramen Street

Japanese Street Food in the Heart of Barcelona “Oishii” in Japanese means “delicious” and that is what this new restaurant located near Plaça Urquinaona want their guests to think after tasting their specialties, which reflect the urban spirit of Japanese gastronomy. The street inspires everything in the restaurant, from the succulent ramen dishes and Japanese tapas, … Read more

Pinotxo Bar

Bar Pinotxo stands among Barcelona’s best tapas bars. Founded in 1952, it is situated in La Boqueria, the emblematic market off Las Ramblas. The flamboyant owner Juanito Bayén warmly welcomes customers as he has done for decades, becoming a true local legend. Juanito’s nephew Albert Asin is the chef, masterfully using the limited space available. The 14 seat bar specializes … Read more

Bellavista del Jardín del Norte

[dropcap]G[/dropcap]rup Iglesias and Rodrigo Messi (the oldest brother of Lionel Messi) joined forces to create the town themed Bellavista del Jardín del Norte restaurant. Different areas such a church, a fountain, a newspaper kiosk, a pub and even a barbershop each have their unique functions. For example guests can refill their water (with or without … Read more

Bobo Pulpín

[dropcap]S[/dropcap]ituated directly behind Barcelona Cathedral in the Gothic Quarter, Bobo Pulpín is a culinary shrine to the octopus. This pulperia goes beyond the classic Pulpo a la Gallega (Galician style octopus), serving octopus dishes from around the world, from China (accompanied by bamboo and sweet and sour sauce) to Peru (black bread sandwich with fried octopus, … Read more

Restaurante Osmosis

[dropcap]O[/dropcap]smosis is the creation of chef Frederic Fernández and sommelier Ignasi Montes. In 2006 the two friends decided to launch a restaurant based on modern Catalan cuisine along with an extraordinary wine list, including their own brand of wines. Navalles amb verduretes a la crema i cansalada fumada Currently chef Eduard Martínez commands the stoves … Read more