At Catacroquet in Poblenou things are quite simple: you can choose from the menu either croquettes or “no croquetables”. My … Continue Reading The Tapas Plan | at Catacroquet
Since I’ve been here in Barcelona, it seems that the midday vermouth is the official start of the weekend. With … Continue Reading Vermouth, the Official Start of the Weekend
For cheese lovers, Barcelona is simply heaven. All across Catalunya there are plenty of local producers that create their cheese … Continue Reading Mas d’Eroles | Artesan’s Raw Cheese
The inviting setup of suspended hammock seats in the Eixample is a no WiFi zone for relaxing and having vegan … Continue Reading Vegan Brunch at Hammock
Last evening, looking for a place for a tapa and a glass of wine, we stopped at La Rubia. This casual … Continue Reading The Tapas Plan | La Rubia
Vegetarian, vegan, raw-vegan, eco, of origin, unprocessed and healthy ideas to know, to stop, to taste, to take away, to enjoy and talk about. Blue Project Café, Teresa’s Stairway and Petit Brot.
In Barcelona, you can pair pretty much everything with cycling. Here are 3 of my favorite experiences, so far.
Breakfast at Amatller. Brunch at Fàbrica Moritz, Lunch at Mercat de Santa Caterina. Modernist and Contemporary. City style. Puig i Cadafalch. Jean Nouvel. EMBT. Catalan gourmet taste.
Some pintxos with a twist, in Poble Sec.
Tortilla is the diminutive form of torta, cake. This dish is called tortilla de patatas or tortilla española to distinguish … Continue Reading Tortilla de Patatas | Parlament, Cuina de Barri
Also called patatas a la brava or papas bravas, patatas bravas are a dish native to Spain. The name literally … Continue Reading Patatas Bravas | Fàbrica Moritz
A tapa (plural tapas) is just one of the ways you can get your food here, around the Iberian peninsula. Usually, … Continue Reading Stories on Tapas
Story is a tapas bar with fresh Mediterranean flavors, nice wines, surprising cocktails and crafted beer, live jazz music every … Continue Reading Stories at the Story Bar
Moritz is the oldest and still active beers of Spain. It started on Catalan ground, brought here by an Alsacian, and became a part of the history of the entire country.
Tan-ta-ran-ta-na. Carrer d’en Tarantana. A nice and quiet street, off the tourist mainstream, still very close to many well known … Continue Reading Tantarantana | a Street in El Born
Right in the middle of the most crowded place in Barcelona, las Ramblas, there’s an even more crowded place – … Continue Reading Quim de la Boqueria | Market Kitchen