Hoja Santa

Albert Adrià and Paco Méndez teamed up to create a Mexican restaurant that transmits the experience of being and eating in Mexico. Photos: moitorne.com The name Hoja Santa is taken from a bush native to Mexico that has fragrant leaves used in Latin cuisine. Chef Paco Medina (formerly of El Bulli and Tickets) leads the … Read more

Nectari

Nectari is situated in the 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 Barcelona. Previously he worked … Read more

Manairó: cones of baked cod

Restaurante Manairó

Catalan chef Jordi Herrera launched Manairó restaurant in 2003. He graduated from Escuela Hofmann and started his career working at Hotel Majestic and El Dorado Petit. He was also a professor at the CETT School of Tourism, Hospitality and Gastronomy for many years.

Pakta

Pakta was launched in 2013 by the culinary dream team of the Adrià brothers (Albert and Ferran) along with the Iglesias brothers.

Angle Barcelona

The 1* Michelin restaurant Angle Barcelona opened in Hotel Cram in 2013, led by chef Jordi Cruz, also the lead chef at ABaC restaurant. His cuisine creatively fuses the modern and traditional using fresh local produce.

Hisop

Chef Oriol Ivern opened Hisop in 2001, having worked previously at the famous Neichel restaurant. The bistro gastronómico serves contemporary Catalan cuisine working with strictly seasonal ingredients and consequently the menu changes four times per year.

Enoteca

Enoteca is located on the first floor of Hotel Arts Barcelona and has a terrace open during the summer season overlooking Port Olympic.