For the first time, Marcel ?the alma mater of all bars related to Morro Fi?has put a few tables for its customers. Although high, that allow for a more relaxed experience with the same friendly atmosphere. Another novelty is the inclusion of hot dishes on the menu. Well known are the pickles and the Murcia potatoes served at Morro Fi and Mitja Vida, now complemented with a series of simple but successful dishes: bombas, potato omelette, fried eggs and pinchos?sausage, butifarra or Iberian pork, our favorite.
Morro Fi was established in 2007 when Marc, Marcel and Wilhelm decided to open a blog to tell about their dining experiences in places that, far from being labeled as trendy, stood out for their home cooking and their traditional air. A few years, they opened their own bar to reproduce that Sunday ambiance with a classic offer based on well-drafter beer, vermouth and typical canned food. The project not only has grown thanks to their new openings, but also for their new brand of products, ranging from the popular vermouth to canned food and chips.
If you’re a fan of Morro Fi and Mitja Vida, Dalt de Tot is your next place to go.