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


Yashima means “Japan” in the ancient Japanese language. The restaurant opened in 1989 with the mission of bringing genuine Japanese culture to Barcelona.

Koy Shunka

Koy Shunka (meaning intense seasonal flavor) opened in 2008 following the success of the more informal Shunka restaurant.

El Cercle

El Jardí (The Garden) overlooking Portal de l’Àngel El Cercle restaurant is situated in the fifteenth century Palau dels Comtes Pignatelli (Palace of the Pignatelli Counts) located at the end of Portal de l’Àngel in Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter.