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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Born

Big Kokka, non-stop nikkei supremacy

The tandem formed by the Peruvian chef Juan Otivo and Kyoko Li continues to draw smiles and satisfying sybarite palates. Despite his youth, he has worked in restaurants such Asiana Nextdoor, Tampu, Astrid and Gastón and Ceviche 103. Kyoto Li, on the other hand, was the right hand of Albert Adrià at Pakta for years. […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Eixample

El Sifó d’en Garriga Snack Bar

La Cuina d’En Garriga, one of Good2b’s favourite restaurants, recently opened the much-awaited El Sifó d’En Garriga, a restaurant with a marked young and casual character that offers uninterrupted service. It takes its name from the family’s past. Their great-great-grandfather, after discovering soda and its curative properties in Paris circa 1876 –the perfect antidote against […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Zona alta

Semon, classic gourmet resurrection

Many were sad when Semon’s announced it was closing down a couple of years ago. Few people in Barcelona were happy with the fact that one of the city’s gourmet institutions was leaving after decades offering first-class produce to the most gourmet palates. Fortunately, in 2015, the brothers Paulino and Pedro Robles, who were once […]

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/ Citytrips

Narbonne: a gastronomic odissey

Surrealism has returned in the form of a historical-gastronomic-theatrical trip to the neighboring French city of Narbonne. The first Roman colony outside Italy in the year 118 a.C., today it has become a stage of worship, a place to indulge in hedonism, to escape the vertiginous urbanite life and to be overwhelmed by perplexity. The formula […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Eixample

Señorito, best Andalusian tapas in town

A Paraguayan and a Russian run one of the best tapas bars in the city. It sounds like a bad joke, but it is TRUE. However, it will all sound more plausible once we reveal their names and surnames. Ever Cubilla, former chef of the honored Espai Kru, and Olesya Kuznetsova, a former Hoffman trainee […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Eixample

Nobook, ethnic street food and cocktails

We won’t blame you if you find Nobook‘s strident orange suspicious at first sight. We weren’t sure either about this place where waiters wear Guantanamo-inspired overalls and where a gaudy shade of orange is to be seen all around. Luckily, we are people with few prejudices and we decided to give it a chance. What […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Zona alta

Lío de 4, the best gastronomic hotspot in Zona Alta

Calle Mandri and the surrounding area has become a destination for foodies. Sant Gervasi had been gradually becoming a coveted residential area, but not a gourmet destination. Consolidated restaurants such as La Royale and Bao Bar have now a new companion called Lío de 4, a gastrobar run by chef Jordi Blanch, known for his work […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Born

Xibarri: catalan dishes, cocktails and beautiful views

Xibarri (‘xivarri’ means clamour, raket in Catalan) is Good2b’s new favourite restaurant. Located in the Yurbban hotel, it serves traditional Catalan dishes made with first quality produce and little artifice. This instant classic is run by Carles Garriga, a young chef who decided to turn his hobby into his modus vivendi.   Whether you have […]

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