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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Eixample

La Cuina d’En Garriga

They told us a while ago, but it wasn’t until some months back that we went to La Cuina d’en Garriga to have a taste of their menu. We soon discovered that their story as almost as succulent as their dishes. One day Helena Garriga decided to open a very personal restaurant of home-made food for […]

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/ Hotspots / Madrid / Others

Pedralbes

In the heart of Madrid’s finantial district, near Orense Street, we discovered the restaurant Pedralbes, a tribute to Mediterranean food, particularly to rich Catalan high cuisine. Carefully selected raw materials, quality cooking and an excellent service make of Pedralbes a highly recommendable restaurant.

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Raval

Dos Palillos

Albert Raurich, chef du cuisisne of ferran adrià’s elBulli restaurant from 1999 to 2007, embark on a new venture with Camper and opens, next to the modern hotel Casa Camper, the asian tapas bar Dos Palillos. The idea of the rastaurant is mixing Asia and Spain, two different cultures that use wooden sticks (chopsticks & […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Gótico

Ocaña

Ocaña is named in honour of the infamous José Pérez Ocaña who spent 12 years living next door. Located at numbers 13-15 on the Plaça Reial ? one of the city’s most emblematic plazas?Tthe listed building was bought by the Laguna family in 1992 and they spent the next twenty years conceptualising what it would become.

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