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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Eixample


L’EGGS has at least three key ingredients to become our favourite restaurant this month. The first is that it is at a stone’s throw from our office, in the M Diagonal exit. The second is that it is the first restaurant whose menu is based on a very simple yet versatile and tasty ingredient: eggs. The […]

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/ Hotspots / Madrid / Cortes-Atocha

Mr. Frank

Mr Frank is right next to the Cortes, in Madrid, and has quickly become the place to be. The head of this project Paco Ramos, also known as Frank, who after spending many years working in the high-end restaurants in cities like New York and Miami, returned to Madrid to open a space combining tradition and […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Zona alta

Muy Mío Plaza

Many of you already know Muy Mío on Santaló, 11, a nice place to stop and eat something simple but tasty and healthy at any time of the day. The Muy Mío owners have decided to give a twist to an already tasty deal with Muy Mío Plaza, a new version with more sophisticated food to enjoy […]

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/ Hotspots / Madrid / Gran vía-Plaza de España


Very close to Plaza de España, in a street full of restaurants, we found one that stands out among the others for its quality and style the Treze restaurant serves updated traditional food made with excellent raw material and very well presented. A personal and professional project with lots of attention to detail, professionalism and good […]

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/ Hotspots / Madrid / Chueca-Malasaña


Forget the classic concept of starter, main course and dessert. The XS gastronomy is here thanks to the 80º restaurant, where you can eat all the dishes you need to satiate your hunger.

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Eixample

El ‘Bar’

Barcelona’s gastronomy continues to give pleasant surprises. This time around the good news comes from El ‘Bar’, a restaurant with a flexible schedule located in an area with many interesting places (a few meters away you’ll find our beloved Morro Fi, and the vintage furniture store Déjà Vu Concept, to name two examples). The place […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Born

La Vietnamita

The legendary Santa, a restaurant that marked a before and an after in Barcelona’s astronomical scene, has a new substitute. It’s called La Vietnamita and it’s backed by its homonymous predecessor located in Gracia. Loyal to the same South-East Asia-style street food formula that so well has worked so far, La Vietnamita is true to the principle […]

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/ Hotspots / Madrid / Others

Pipa & Co

On Paseo de la Habana we discovered Pipa & Co, a new restaurant with an elegant design that has become a must. The place is tiny but very cosy. Its highlight is a small patio surrounded by trees.

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Others


The best time to visit the Costa Brava is any month except for August. The warm temperatures of spring and fall, far from summer’s sweltering temperatures, are the perfect allys to visit the area and enjoy the sun, the breeze and the sand at their best. If you have planned a getaway to northern Catalonia, […]

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