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La Cuina d’En Garriga

They told us a while ago, but it wasn’t until some months back that we went to La Cuina d’en Garriga to have a taste of their menu. We soon discovered that their story as almost as succulent as their dishes. One day Helena Garriga decided to open a very personal restaurant of home-made food for […]

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Multiplàstic

Plastic, love or hate? To make up your mind, visit the 150m2 of Multiplàstic. The name says it all. You will find plastic design furniture, kitchenware and recycling, as well as objects designed by Philippe Starck and Alan Chan for Alessi.

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Madformacs

This is not a computer store or a place to purchase a regular Apple product. Located on Muntaner 111, Madformacs is the new home of iAdicts living in Barcelona, a creative space devoted to Mac and iPad, iPhone and iPod users, to design enthusiasts, to people looking for original and innovative devices?

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Sindur

Even if Indian food is not among your top ten favourite cuisines, you should visit the Sindur restaurant one day, either for lunch or for dinner. Located in the Eixample district, this little piece of India, the country of Bollywood, offers a repertoire of the best dishes typical of the north.

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MAT Bar

It has been a few months since the Federal Café stopped being what it was: a pioneering business run by an Australian couple who, after closing the gourmet sweets store PapaBubble, decided to open a bar with a cosmopolitan spirit. Just when it became a famous place, they passed the bar to embark on a trip […]

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Shibui

The label ?Japanese’ is not hard to find nowadays. What it is difficult is to find a real Japanese restaurant, one without the misleading Chinese-Japanese places we don’t like that much. Barcelona’s Top Ten Japanese restaurants includes one called Shibui, a master of its kind established twelve years ago. Shibui mean as simple and subtle style and […]

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M-Store

Barcelona lacked a concept store that served at the same time as a showcase for the city’s savoir fair. The current circumstances, the end of the world and the agony that surrounds us is a unique framework to encourage the opening of these kind of places. It has been Moritz, more concerned about design in […]

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Ikra

The right Eixample has a new restaurant bar located on one of the best locations of the area. Its name is Ikra and it is set to become a must! The chef Marc Joli has worked at elBulli with Ferrá Adriá and at Dry Martini with Javier de las Muelas. This is a wonderful curriculum that translates […]

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Toto Restaurante & Wine Bar

Ronit Stern and Rafael Campos have taken a step further their passion for gastronomy. After receiving a medal for their work at Crustó bakeries, they have opened the Toto Restaurante & Wine Bar with the unmistakable style of Lázaro Rosa Violán (Casa Paloma, Big Fish, Chez Coco…). The restaurant serves Italian-inspired food, changing the menu depending […]

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Mutis

If the combination Chester, disco ball and coffered ceiling of the picture ring a bell, then you must be one of the privileged people who have been to Mutis, a cocktail located in an apartment in the Eixample area that has been awarded as the best cocktail bar in Europe by Drink’s International, a British […]

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