El Canalla

El Canalla (the rogue) opened in 2011 and is situated in the heart of Sarriá near the church. The restaurant serves Mediterranean and market cuisine, using locally sourced products. Guests can enjoy both the sunny terrace and the “El Villano” lounge, ideal for meals and private events. The menu features meat, fish and vegetable dishes … Read more

Restaurante Obrac L’Antiga Porteria

Situated in Barcelona’s Sarrià-Sant Gervasi neighborhood, Obrac L’Antiga Porteria restaurant serves avant-garde, market cuisine. The kitchen is led by chef Daniel Roca along with Marco Arriaga and Jordi Gasó. Upon entering Obrac you can see the open kitchen behind the bar. The dining area is bright, minimalistic and comfortable. Photography: Maria Algara Regàs To start, try the roasted meat, foie … Read more

Torre Bellesguard

Most visitors to Barcelona have heard of Antoni Gaudí’s iconic works, such as Casa Mila, Casa Batlló, La Sagrada Família and Palau Güell. The lesser known Torre Bellesguard, still privately owned and lived in, sits in the exclusive Sarrià-Sant Gervasi neighborhood, perched in the upper reaches of the city. The name Bellesguard, meaning ‘beautiful view’ in Catalan, is said to have come … Read more

Torre Andreu (La Rotonda)

Torre Andreu, also known as “La Rotonda ” is a neoclassical modernist building that was completed in 1918 by the architect Adolf Ruiz i Casamitjana. The building was commissioned by Salvador Andreu i Grau, a Catalan entrepreneur in the pharmaceutical industry, real estate developer and philanthropist. Situated in the Sant Gervasi neighborhood of Barcelona, Torre … Read more

The Fish & Chips Shop

The idea for the restaurant came at six in the morning at the Sala Apolo nightclub, when the founders Magic Alam and Mani Alam wanted some fish and chips and quickly discovered that there was none to be found.

Deco Apartments

Characterized by Art Deco furniture and boasting expansive views of the city, Deco Apartments occupy the restored attic of a 1930’s building.