Results for "food"

/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Eixample

Hofmann Bistrot, an another member of the family Mey

In just a few months, our ability to find hotspots around Paseo San Juan and the surrounding area is dangerously increasing. This time around, it’s a heavyweight—Hofmann chose a modest two-level place to renovate it and make it feel like a home, both as decoration and food goes. The result is an unpretentious yet comfortable […]

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/ Foodie

Salsa Wok Kikkoman, the new revolution

It is well-known we like to eat. We love discovering new restaurants, bars and taverns in Barcelona and Madrid to enjoy different flavours and aromas. However, what you may not know is that we also like to cook and, besides eating out sometimes, we have a great time cooking at home, whether it’s traditional recipes […]

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/ Hotspots / Madrid / Salamanca-Retiro

KENA, the real Japanese and Peruvian flavours

We love Asian food. First it was Chinese food and spring rolls, fried rice and bittersweet chicken; then it was all about Japanese food and gyozas, temakis and sushi; and finally it was Nikkei food and its explosion of Japanese and Peruvian flavours, dishes that are different from anything we’d tasted before and which make of […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Zona alta

La Tremenda, pizza made in Barcelona

Few restaurant names honor their product as La Tremenda, a pizza restaurant located in Barcelona’s upper side that opened just a year ago and which is now a must for pizza lovers. Who said pizza rations couldn’t be original and exquisite? And we say original because the ingredient combination at La Tremenda is just perfect, […]

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/ Hotspots / Madrid / Salamanca-Retiro

Arahy, guests who want to try quality food

With so much modernity in food, we forget to enjoy those places where time seems to have stopped, restaurants that have nothing (or little) to do with local interior designers, which get full because of their tables and chairs and not so much for their food, and where both the content and the container is […]

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/ Hotspots / Madrid / Others

Sushita Café: The success of take away food

There’s no doubt Sushita Café has become a referent of take-away Asian food in Spain. Its success has led the owners to open a second café in Madrid decorated by Cousi Interiorismo. With room for 120 guests, it has a dining room, tables outside and tables in a backyard.

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/ Hotspots / Madrid / Chueca-Malasaña

La bruta: The new hotspot of Malasaña

When visiting the bars and restaurants of Malasaña, one of Madrid’s more colorful and indie areas, you probably thought nothing could alter your educated palate. Since we know you always give a chance to food and you have no qualms about acknowledging a good dish, we recommend you La Bruta, a restaurant that, despite its […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Gracia

La Paisana, Jardinets de Gràcia in the spotlight

The Jardinets de Grácia (dedicated to the poet and playwright Salvador Espriu since 1991) are an emblematic landmark in Barcelona, a small but highly symbolic location that elegantly announces the beginning of Grácia, leaving the majestic Passeig de Gràcia behind. Right there, three prominent restaurants meet: the Casa Fuster Hotel, Palauet and Paco Perez’s L’Eggs. […]

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