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/ Foodie

Where Chefs Eat

What if the best international chefs such as René Redzepi, Ferran Adrià, Joan, Jordi & Josep Roca, Massimo Bottura, Albert Adrià and Corey Lee recommended you where to eat? Phaidon has published a completely revised edition of Where Chefs Eat, a guide to critically acclaimed restaurants including over 3,000 references selected by 630 of the best chefs in the world, a total of 1,000 […]

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Chocolatexture by Oki Sato

Oki Sato is a multifaceted Canadian architect and designer and the alma mater of Nendo. Sato founded this multidisciplinary design studio in 2002 at the age of 24. This year, Paris’ international decoration fair Maison & Objet named him Designer 2015, and to celebrate it he made Chocolatexture, a sort of mausoleum for chocolate lovers. Oki Sato designed a multi-sensorial […]

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#Good2bTop5 | Top 5 Food Trucks of the year!

Yeah, maybe after three days eating like animals the last thing you feel like doing now is talk about food trucks but, well, eating is basic to human survival, isn’t it? So read on! Food markets and food trucks have boomed this year Food markets and food trucks have boomed this year, but with so much on […]

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BCN Foodie Guide, the definitive guide you were looking for

It’s here! At last! After several weeks waiting, the BCN Foodie Guide is already available! And it comes packed with a selection of 50 exceptional hotspots to eat in Barcelona, chosen by a lux committee. Undoubtedly, the guide aspires to become the best Christmas gift for foodies. This is a guide that will accompany you on your culinary […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Zona alta

Eclèctic, gastronomic fusion

“Our gastronomic proposal blends the classic with the modern, the nouvelle cuisine with avant-garde cuisine, local products with those from far-away places, expressing our way of understanding, living and feeling cooking.” With is a statement of intent, Sergio Musso and Francesc Chicón opened the doors of Eclèctic last July, a restaurant located in the upper side of Barcelona where […]

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/ Hotspots / Madrid / Salamanca-Retiro

La Croquetta, an ode to classic

We all know croquettes, a Spanish classic, has loyal fans all over the place. We are also fans of this foodie myth and that is why we want to tell you about La Croquetta, a small restaurant in the Salamanca district that pays tribute to classic recipes with recipes for all tastes and palates. A small […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Eixample

Tandoor, best Indian restaurant in town

Ivan Surinder is a winning balanced cocktail, one of those with the right amount of each of the ingredients needed to become a favorite. Its creator is one of the pioneers of Indian cuisine in Barcelona. He has worked in Tickets and has an impeccable sense of design and sensitivity necessary to bring Indian cuisine […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Barceloneta

El Mesón Plateselector, a gourmet club from the XXI century

We’d been planning a deserved visit to Mesón Plateselector for a while. Mesón Plateselector is a modern-day gastronomical club with a clear indie influence, an essential place in the city that is setting the pace in the foodie world from their headquarters in Barcelona. The  people behind Mesón Plateselector are Johann, Juaniyo, Alba y Khaled, aka the Plateselector crew, […]

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Food lovers: Fuet Magazine #02

If there is a magazine we are eager to read again, that is certainly Fuet Magazine. We were sitting at a table, a napkin properly tucked in, menacingly holding the silverware waiting for delicacies like there’s no tomorrow. Our guts were screaming for food and drinks and also for new stories, photos and curious anecdotes about […]

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/ Hotspots / Madrid / Chueca-Malasaña

Oribu, Asian food with Mediterranean flavours

Two Asian entrepreneurs based in Spain since childhood are responsible for Oribu, a restaurant that fuses Asian food with Mediterranean flavours. With this idea in mind, they named the restaurant Oribu, which means ‘olive’ in Japanese. Chef Oscar Horcajo, disciple of Chicote, offers delicious recipes that fuse Far East flavours with local classic recipes

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