La Esquinica originally opened in 1972 on a corner in the El Turó de la Peira neighborhood. In 1997 it relocated to larger space with aragonese decor on Passeig Fabra i Puig, far off the beaten track. Authentic tapas along with friendly staff and fast service have made this restaurant a favorite among locals. Popular … Read more
Founder Sergi launched Pa Finolis in 2020 and serves Japanese cuisine that goes beyond typical sushi and ramen offerings. The restaurant is situated on the border of Gràcia and Sant Gervasi and with its long counter is reminiscent of an Izakaya (an informal Japanese bar). The menu features classics such as Karaage (Japanese Fried Chicken), … Read more
Situated in Barcelona’s Sarrià-Sant Gervasi district, 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.
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