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/ Hotspots / Madrid / Salamanca-Retiro

Ornella, modern trattoria

Italian restaurants are booming again. In the 1990s it was all about pizza and carbonara, but in 2015 it returns with renewed energies. Ornella, the newest Italian restaurant in town, is inspired by Ornella Mutti, the ideal woman for Enrico Bosco, Iñigo Arrechea and Jorge Blas, the owners. Ornella modernizes the traditional trattoria thanks to the interior […]

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/ Hotspots / Madrid / Others

El Zorrito, the classical-modern of Les Corts

Eating well is not too complicated. A good meal doesn’t need impossible culinary creations. Simplicity is where good taste it. The simplest, most basic recipes are usually the best. Dishes with abstract, complicated names and impossible ingredient combination… “I’ll have a simple one, please!”. And by simple we don’t mean bland, boring or banal… El […]

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/ Hotspots / Madrid / Salamanca-Retiro

Atlántico, nice meals that feel like home

Used to eating more meat than fish, our mouths water when we find out there’s a restaurant in whose menu the sea overtakes the earth. Celebrating everything that’s good about this precious environment and imagining that we are closer to Galicia than we actually are, we welcome Atlántico, an eatery run by the chef Pepe […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Eixample

Speakeasy and The Academy welcomes Carles Tejedor in Dry Martini

A top cocktail bar here and abroad thanks to Javier de las Muelas’ concoctions, the much-awarded Dry Martini is reinventing its two younger brothers, Speakeasy and The Academy. If old bottles on the shelves and the great art collection are its hallmarks, from now on they’ll be complemented by Carles Tejedor’s food. Clandestine restaurant Speakeasy, the most […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Eixample

Parking Pizza, the secret is in the dough… and the place

We have a reason to celebrate! At last, the oily checked tablecloths, imitation metallic black Thonet chairs and Italian flags are no longer the only decoration possible to enjoy good pizza. At Parking Pizza, the papier-maché columns replication the most topical Venice and the posters depicting Napoli are now replaced by a sort of no-decoration […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Eixample

La Esquina, ‘kitchen & coffee’ for all

A narrow entrance dominated by a small awning with the words ‘Kitchen & Coffee’ hides one of the best kept secrets around Plaza Catalunya: La Esquina. And this is so two weeks after being open because we predict that, in just over a month, it’ll be in the top ten of any advanced foodie. The […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Eixample

Malpaso, books and Mexican food

Gastronomy is culture, that we now. What we didn’t know is that Mexican food and books could share space. On calle Girona, books fill the shelves and plates are laid on tables at Malpaso, a publishing house that, despite the economic crisis, managed to stay afloat. Now it is also a restaurant run by Bernardo […]

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/ Hotspots / Madrid / Chamberí

Aire, farmers of the city

“Ignacio’s family has a house in Gredos with a small farm inhabited by different kinds of birds, geese, chickens… In addition, in his family everyone cooks. We bought a house nearby because that’s where we spend most of our quality time. One night, while having a glass of wine on the porch we thought it […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Others

Mano Rota, the new milestone of Poble Sec

Bernat Bermudo and Oswaldo Brito, a Venezuelan and a Catalan who years ago realized how good the two of them together were at cooking, run this new restaurant in Poblesec that has become a Good2b favourite. A gastronomic oasis in an area increasingly visited by gourmet palates, where these two cocktail chefs put into practice […]

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