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/ Hotspots / Madrid / Chamberí

Perrachica, The Mediterranean food restaurant

Chamberí is all the rage now as far as restaurants go, and we owe this to a restaurant that looks like a theme park. Perrachica serves Mediterranean food and only Mediterranean food. At a stone’s throw from Quevedo’s roundabout, Perrachica is the latest restaurant by Grupo Larrumba.

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Porrón Molón it’s already here!

An updated and enhanced porrón is the icon of a wine saga that aims to recover old traditions. The neobodeguero movement, the same one that brought our vermouth roots back with a new design, has a reason to celebrate. Barcelona Brands has just released Porrón Molón, a family of five wines that seeks to recover […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Eixample

Manairó restaurant in Barcelona

Manairó are fantastic creatures from the Pyrenees mythology, and the truth is that there’s something mythical and fantastic about Jordi Herrera’s cuisine, the chef at the Mainaró restaurant in Barcelona. Although it lost the Michelin star it had, an unresolved mystery for us, the menu’s restaurant looks better than ever. It’s easy to understand this, […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Eixample

Visit

The centre of cities usually brim with franchises serving the same formula, as well as dull-flavored, colorant-laden ready-made food. In a quest to find good restaurants in the city, we found one of Barcelona’s best-kept secrets, the Visit restaurant in the Pulitzer Hotel. Visit serves a nice, delicious and healthy lunch set menu.   Visit […]

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Pakta, nikkei cooking with Ferran Adrià label

Nikkei food lovers, you have a reason to celebrate. The Adriá and the Iglesias brothers recently opened Pakta to serve the best combinations of Peruvian and Japanese cuisines.  Pakta means ‘union’ in Quechua, the language of Peruvian indigenous peoples. Japanese chef Kioko Li and Jorge Muñoz, in charge of the Peruvian side of the kitchen, […]

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Viajes de un Catador, an easy way to by wines

Today we will break into the exciting world of wine through a new label that has rescued some great wines from oblivion, helping small great wineries. Called Viajes de un Catador, it is a direct selling private club to buy wines that don’t reach wine stores. This initiative seeks to give a chance as far […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Born

Paradiso

Rooftop Smokehouse are restless. The latest invention of Buster Turnofski and his team –the absolute kings of pop ups- recently inaugurated a project consisting in gathering together creative projects from different background to cook in Paradiso, their first sedentary restaurant. Located in the Born, these experts in smoked food opened a sandwich bar with a short […]

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/ Hotspots / Madrid / Salamanca-Retiro

La Tasquería, the industrial-style restaurant

Tripe and offal don’t have a lot of followers. For quite a while, they weren’t present on menus, but now they are back to the tune of new foodie rhythms thanks to chef Javier Estévez and his restaurant La Tasquería. Big words. Located outside Madrid’s gastronomical circles, Estévez’s industrial-style restaurant is an ode to one of […]

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Breakfast Flat Illustrations

When food and art join forces, the outcome is usually irresistible. We’ve told you about Brunchcity, Leurre du déjeneur de Benjamin Henon, Eating for Two and about smoothies with Pantone color palette. Now it’s the turn of Lizzie Darden, a graphic designer with a bent for food that has caught our attention.

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/ Hotspots / Madrid / Chueca-Malasaña

Cántaro Blanco

More than once, my mother has told me that one of her fondest childhood memories is drinking home-pasteurized fresh milk. Milk has never been the same, no matter what brand we buy. According to her, milk today, deprived of all those nuances, is insipid. But now, thanks to the Cántaro Blanco dairy run by Adrián […]

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