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Plaza del pueblo Bellavista del jardín del norte (3)

Bellavista del Jardín del Norte

Grup 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 […]

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Bobo Pulpín

Situated 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, […]

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Nectari

Nectari is situated in the La Nova Esquerra de l’Eixample neighborhood, close to the Parc de Joan Miró and Plaça d’Espanya. The restaurant serves Mediterranean cuisine with creative touches. The menu is both traditional and a contemporary, using local and seasonal products without merging complex flavours. Chef Jordi Esteve studied at the prestigious Hofmann School in […]

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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 […]

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