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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Eixample

Reñé, a modernist bistrot

Every time a classic disappears, our heart breaks. That is why we applaud the return of Reñé, an old confectionery located in a modernist-style building with a façade that is part of the city’s Heritage. Reñé has now become a bistro-style restaurant serving a Mediterranean menu made with local produce.

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Others

Santa Burg

We want to expand our radar, so we pedaled up to Sants to taste the best burgers in the area at Santa Burg, a small place that offers an honest proposal and which has just updated the menu. Santa Burg’s motto is Porque la carne es débil (Because meat is weak? In Spanish ?carne’ means […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Barceloneta

El Suquet de l’Almirall

It would be great if more restaurants celebrated their 25th anniversary in such good shape as El Suquet de l’Almirall. To celebrate its birthday, El Suquet has revamped itself and designed a somewhat more informal menu with the same ingredients and cuisine style. The menu also includes Catalan paella, a scrumptious dish that combines the […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Zona alta

BY13

We are fans of Japanese tapas since Dos Palillos opened in Barcelona a few years ago. This is why we were so happy when we found out that there is another restaurant specializing in Japanese flavours. BY13 is an uptown small restaurant run by Carlos Tejero ?ex Via Veneto?. Tejero joined forces with basketball player Sarunas […]

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/ Hotspots / Madrid / Cortes-Atocha

Sticker

We present Sticker, a new restaurant in Madrid’s Barrio de Las Letras you shouldn’t miss! As the name indicates, the menu is full of stickers related to the world of art, fashion, music, sports, decor, film, photography and, of course, gastronomy for clientele looking for culture, fun, good prices and succulent recipes.

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Zona alta

Comaxurros. Churro revolution

When we thought we were very modern for including cupcakes, carrot cakes, macaroons and cronuts to our diets, it’s time to be retro again with another sweet. Why don’t introduce churros to our sacred Sunday brunch? Comaxurros is the innovative approach provided by the Canal bakery in Barcelona to reinvent a classic into a sophisticated sweet […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Gracia

Les Tres a la Cuina

Les Tres a la Cuina  is what happens when an Irish and a Mexican get together to make take away food. Anna O’Flynn and Mariana Gonzalez, two lovers of good food who lost their third partner due to motherhood, settled in a modest place off the centre of Gracia, and the result, after more than […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Eixample

Norte Restaurante

Make no mistake, Barcelona is full of places with a pour soul but cunningly wrapped in gift paper. We pigeonholed Norte Restaurante  in this unfortunate category, a restaurant we had looked to with some suspicion, until the day we decided to try it. The place is nice, and the food is good and healthy. Norte […]

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/ Hotspots / Madrid / Others

Sala de Despiece

As a gastronomy consultant, Javier Bonet has applied its good taste and culinary experience on projects such as the Musa Group at Sala de Despiece, a reinterpretation of the classic neighborhood bar with a modern air that is now all the rage. A very simple menu, quality ingredients and a wonderful decor are the keys […]

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