Real Club Naútico de Barcelona

Restaurante RCNB

Un balcón priviligiado al mar, an exclusive space for members.

More than 500 m² of exclusive facilities with unbeatable views of the port of Barcelona. Different spaces where you can enjoy the comfort of the facilities, a good service and a menu with the best Mediterranean cuisine.

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Top quality dishes

The Restaurant has an extensive varied menu with the best seasonal products that are always present on it.

New menu available with news and a menu (also half menu) every day of the week. We have an extensive list of wines, wineries and liquors.

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The restaurant has a large dining room which is ideal for any kind of meals:

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Metopas Room (equipped with a projector and has a small private terrasse).

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Sehr gutes Fischrestaurant am toller Terrase und super Service. Umfangreiche Karte und sehr nettes Ambiente mit Blick in die Küche. Sehr guter Service, freundlich, zuvorkommend und schnell. Dieses Restaurant ist auch gut für grosse Gruppen geeignet, oder für Geschäftsessen. Das Restaurant hat mehere Ebene und einen Parkservice.

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Tolles Lokal am Hafen von Barcelona. Das Restaurant ist sicher eine der besten Addressen in der Stadt und wohl auch ständig voll (Unbedingt reservieren). Riesiege Auswahl an frischem Fisch in sehr ansprechender Zubereitung. Große Auswahl an guten Weinen. Auf der Terasse schöner Blick über den Hafen. Interessant: die offene Küche

Das Restaurant liegr direkt am Yachthafen von Barcelona mit einer extrem großer Terasse für lange Abendessen im Sommer. Als Spezialität empfehle ich einen Seefisch der unter einen dicken Salzkruste gebacken wird. Das Aroma des Salzes wird beim Backvorgang vom Fisch aufgenommen. Simple Zubereitung, aber sehr schön im Geschmack. Dazu wird Ihnen eine reichhaltige Auswahl an hochwertigen spanischen Weinen geboten.

Sehr gute katalonische Küche bei sehr schönem Ambiente. Die Küche ist offen gestaltet. Man hat je nach Tisch einen guten Einblick. Man kann im Innenraum sowie auf der Terrasse sitzen. Von der Terrasse aus hat man einen wunderschönen Blick auf den Yachthafen und am Horizont auf den Tibidabo. Zu empfehlen ist besonders der Fisch im Salzmantel! Wenn man nicht warten möchte, sollte man den Tisch vorbestellen.

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Minerva 6, baixos 08006 Barcelona

LUNCH Fridays at 2:15PM

DINER Monday to Thursday First seating at 7:15PM until 9:30PM Second seating at 9:45PM until closure Fridays First seating at 7:30PM until 9:45PM Second seating at 10:00PM until closure

SPECIAL DAYS Saturdays April 6th, April 27th and May 18th we will be open for diner –  first seating at 7:30PM until 9:45PM and second seating at 10:00PM until closure Monday April 22nd and Tuesday April 23rd we will remain closed for maintenance

RESERVATIONS Tables of 6 is the máximum. For groups or private events, contact us at [email protected]

*If not present 15 minutes past your reservation time, we will consider your table available for the next guest. Our dinner service requires your punctuality. Please arrive on time with respect for our staff and other guests.

A credit card will be requested both to secure a reservation or take a place on the waiting list. This is a hold, not a charge. Once you secure your table, cancellations made within 6 hours of the reservation time or no-shows might be charged a due amount per person.

We cannot accomodate vegan guests.

Because we are a restaurant and not a picnic site, for certain requests we have some fees: – €24/bottle corkage fee – €3.50 p.p. for any cake/dessert service brought from outside The candles and choral singing are provided by the house! We pay our salaries, bills and weekend champagne by selling dishes, wine, and desserts. Thanks for understanding!

And please, respect Frederic Savart, Antoine Bouvet and Jean-Philippe Trousset and restrain from wearing cologne or perfume.

Last but not least, for the consideration of other guests, we request that children who dine at Berbena are over the age of 12. Due to the compact size and layout of our dining room, we do not allow strollers or prams in the restaurant, and we are unable to offer high chairs, booster seats, or special children’s menus.

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If no tables are available, join the waiting list. You might get lucky! Call us after 5PM just in case we had a last minute cancellations. 

BOOKING AGENCIES & TRAVEL OPERATORS Berbena requires a credit card to book on behalf of a third party. A due amount per person will be charged if the booking is not re-confirmed or canceled at least 6 hours prior to the reservation time. Please, to avoid adverse charges and unpleasant circumstances, provide direct contact information for the reservation holder so that we may contact guests directly and ensure their attendance.

CONTACT [email protected]

FOR EVERYTHING ELSE For calls: +34 93 801 59 87 Whatsapp: +34 691 95 77 97 Our contact hours are: 5PM till 10PM Tuesday to Saturday.

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The 38 Essential Barcelona Restaurants

Blowtorched wagyu tartare at a buzzy steakhouse, truffle tortillas at a nostalgic bar, Iberian pork loin katsu at a creative Northeast Asian wine bar, sea urchin toast at a popular asador, and more of Barcelona’s best meals

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From Barcelona’s towering churches and bustling avenues to the sun-drenched beaches and idyllic plazas, it’s obvious why this city captures visitors’ hearts and refuses to let go. As befits the city’s Mediterranean lifestyle, you can eat incredibly well here, and often for not very much money (though Barcelona loves a pricey tasting menu , too). But it’s also too easy to have a downright disappointing meal if you settle for any old paella-slinging bar along Les Rambles (known in Spanish as La Rambla) or La Barceloneta.

Get yourself some classic tapas and paella (both great but neither entirely Catalan), but be sure to also seek out local gems serving bitter sweet vermouth, seasonal seafood, and homestyle Catalan cuisine. Save room as well for Calabrese paninis, Northeast Asian sharing plates with natural wines, towering fried chicken sandwiches, local craft beer, dry-aged steaks, sea urchin toasts, south Indian fish stews, and Catalan nose-to-tail yakitori — and that’s just the tip of the iceberg. The city simmers with an astounding variety of food at all prices, from opulent old-world fine dining at the city’s original Ritz hotel to a sensory adventure through the young and ever-evolving international food scene.

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Sartoria Panatieri

The team at pizzeria Sartoria Panatieri focuses on seasonality, artisan production, and ingredient provenance, taking the pies to a whole other level and making this one of the hottest spots in the city. This self-described “farm to pizza” restaurant meticulously selects every ingredient that graces its creative pizzas or goes into its exceptional house-made salumi. Tender crust from local, organic flour is the base for toppings like sobrasada, Mahón cheese, wild fennel, honey, and mozzarella, or Cantabrian anchovy with escarole and Kalamata olive puree. For their most popular classic pizzas, head to the location in Gràcia on Carrer Encarnació. As of April 2024 the flagship location on Carrer Provença will have a more modern menu with a constant rotation of new, seasonal pizza creations.

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Chef Ryuta Sato built a name for himself at popular restaurant Sato i Tanaka before opening this tiny sushi bar with just eight seats specializing in omakase servings of super-premium sushi. With so few seats, you’ll need to score a reservation well in advance, but it’s worth the wait. Choose from either the long or short menu, and savor each bite straight from chef Sato’s expert hands.

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Ramen-Ya Hiro

Long considered the best ramen in Barcelona, Ramen-Ya Hiro used to command massive lines of diners on Carrer Girona, until the restaurant delighted loyal customers in 2023 by finally accepting reservations after more than a decade of service. Now, hungry patrons no longer have to fight over tables to taste chef Hiroki Yoshiyki’s deeply flavorful and nuanced broths. The menu is fairly simple, with just three choices of hot ramen — soy ramen with a combination pork-chicken-seafood broth, miso ramen with a pork and chicken broth, and seafood ramen with baby clams, mackerel broth, and local seafood garnish — and two cold ramens: tsukemen (chilled noodles dusted with dry mackerel powder and lime, served with a soy yuzu dipping sauce) and hiyashi chuka (cold noodles with roast char siu pork, cucumber, bean sprouts, and egg, served with a light vinaigrette). Try to reserve a table at least a week ahead of time, though the restaurant does still save space for walk-ins each night.

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Ultramarinos Marin

Don’t be deceived by the old-school appearance and simple menu at Ultramarinos Marín. Seats at chef Borja García’s open kitchen are among the most sought-after in the city, and for good reason. This humble-looking asador (grill-centric restaurant), only open for breakfast and lunch, is a temple of product-driven Catalan cooking, dedicated to holding classic recipes to the highest standard. Through his training at the iconic Etxebarri and Noma, García works magic with minimal ingredients, a hot plancha, and a smoldering wood-fire oven. The myriad in-house preparations include grilled langoustines, braised pork shanks, mackerel in escabeche, stewed snails, massive steaks, smoked beef tongue, funky garum, and briny sea urchin toast. Don’t miss the house-cured fish charcuterie or the simple yet extraordinary grilled smashed potatoes with garlic alioli.

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Berbena is a popular addition to the blossoming world of chef-driven, modern Catalan cuisine in Barcelona. Grab one of the handful of tables, and begin your meal with hearty chunks of house-made sourdough smeared with rich, smoked butter. Then dive into the assortment of seasonal small plates featuring whatever is fresh that day, from grilled sea bass collar with preserved lemon to an omelet of wild mushrooms with roasted onions. Shellfish and other seafood are always in abundance, and vibrant vegetables often play a starring role in the nightly specials. The cheese selection is impressive, as are the small-production wines from local vineyards. Linger over dessert as you enjoy excellent coffee from nearby SlowMov specialty roasters and espresso from the gleaming La Marzocco machine.

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Rooq makes the herb breading, tangy marinade, fermented pickles, pillowy brioche buns, and every other component of its famous fried chicken sandwiches in-house. The menu is minimal: chicken nuggets, vegan jackfruit nuggets, two salads, and three sandwich options (regular, spicy, and grilled), all made with juicy, corn-fed Catalan chicken breasts. Pick your main course and round out the meal with twice-cooked fries tossed in the house spice blend and a side of coleslaw (vinegar- or mayonnaise-based). There’s also a wide selection of craft beers, seven house-made dipping sauces, and a chocolate brownie topped with stout caramel and a scoop of ice cream.

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Funky Bakers Eatery

Seyma Ozkaya Erpul is originally from Turkey but has called Barcelona home for over a decade. She left her previous career as an engineer and marketing professional to pursue her passion for great food and design, opening the first Funky Bakers in the heart of El Born. While that location remains a popular takeaway coffee shop, the full Funky Bakers experience can be had at the Eatery and Deli location in Eixample. One side is a highly curated gourmet grocery, gift, and coffee shop, while the other is an all-day bistrot serving colorful and creative dishes from around Northern Europe and the Mediterranean, all paired with natural wines.

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An exciting addition to the Barcelona dining scene, this wine bar opened in April 2023 serving what the team calls Northeast Asian cuisine. The project, created together with partners Woody Wang and Arthur Holland Michel, is an evolution of various businesses — private dinners, a lunchbox delivery service, homemade chili crisp — that chef Dan Jin (who goes by Tan) developed at the start of the pandemic. Chef Tan has a particular passion for the dishes of her native region of Northern China, but she also loves the flavors of Japan and Korea. Mikan is a bargain for lunch, when a fixed price menu includes a variety of dishes, soup, and dessert (including vegan and vegetarian options). In the evenings, the exciting a la carte menu is perfect for sharing. Dishes like grilled koji-cured mackerel with green onion oil, daikon, and shiso, spicy beef salad with cilantro and chile, or Iberian pork loin katsu are paired expertly with an eclectic selection of natural wines, all from small European producers. On Saturdays, the bar features rotating local DJs starting at 11 p.m.

A bowl of dumplings in red chili sauce topped with cilantro.

Little Andaman

Named for a tiny island nearly 800 miles off the coast of India in the Bay of Bengal, the cuisine of Little Andaman is light and vibrant, with coconuts, fresh herbs, seafood, and vegetables playing the starring roles in many plates. The restaurant space is chic and inviting, equally suited for a lunch with friends as it is for an intimate date night. While many dishes are inspired by the flavors of Little Andaman, the menu also features an ample array of small plates from coastal regions all across India, like mustard and five spice-seasoned shrimp skewers, tamarind fish stew, and Goa-style spiced lamb sorpotel with poi bread. The menu is extremely veggie/vegan friendly, with plenty of gluten-free options as well. There is a weekly prix fixe lunch menu Monday through Friday and three different tasting menus in the evenings (short and long tapas menus, and a vegetarian menu with vegan options), allowing diners to sample the widest variety of dishes.

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La Balabusta

Barcelona’s brunch scene and design aesthetic meet the fragrant streets of Tel Aviv at Balabusta, which serves up fresh-baked challah, bone-in braised beef ribs, fired-roasted beets with creamy labneh, chicken and cauliflower shawarma with fresh pita, eggplant bunyols (like beignets), and a whole slew of bold, colorful, and vegetable-forward dishes. Check out the weekday fixed price lunch menu (popular with the local working crowd), or get in line for the weekend brunch when you can enjoy a simmering crock of hearty shakshuka. 

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Amar Barcelona

Rafa Zafra, former head chef at El Bulli, who has come to be known for his elegant and simplistic approach to seafood at Estimar, launched Amar inside the emblematic Palace hotel in spring 2022. The hotel, which first opened as the original Ritz Barcelona in 1919, still dazzles with opulent, old-world decor, making it a perfect stage for Zafra’s homage to classic fine dining. Amar serves a section of dishes from the original Ritz hotel restaurant menu, as well as top-quality seafood, nine dishes highlighting caviar, a handful of modern Catalan mains, whole grilled fish, vegetable sides, and Mediterranean tapas.

Sea urchin, shrimp, and caviar presented in an urchin shell.

Born in Uruguay and trained in Basque, Spain — both centers for meat in their own right — chef Joaquín Ignacio Sánchez is at the helm of Carnal, a Barcelona boho take on the traditional Spanish steakhouse. At this buzzy spot, hefty cuts of dry-aged beef are charred over oak embers, served medium-rare, and finished at the table on a searing-hot stone slab, allowing diners to dial in their preferred doneness. The steaks on offer come from around the globe and are aged in-house between 45 and 150 days, with prices that range from accessible to wildly extravagant; the menu’s most luxurious item is the 120-day-aged, 2-pound ox chuletón (bone-in rib-eye) from the legendary Bodega El Capricho near León, Spain. Before the main event, warm up with some American black angus beef cheek croquettes, flame-grilled maitake mushrooms, or A5 wagyu tartare kissed with a blowtorch and served over a caveman-esque length of roasted bone marrow. For those who don’t partake in red meat, there is a decent selection of seafood, poultry, and vegetable dishes, providing some welcome balance.

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Chef Rafa Peña’s passion for food is as great as his disregard for formality and fine dining accolades. A favorite among the city’s chefs, Gresca is a must-visit for lovers of nose-to-tail cooking who want to experience the best of seasonal Catalan cuisine without the stuffy service and delicate portions of some Michelin-starred restaurants. The menu can change from day to day, but there are some mainstays that every first-timer at Gresca should experience, such as the roasted chicken with fines herbes, the calf’s brain with butter and lemon, the pan-roasted sweetbreads, and the grilled quail.

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In an antique bar space with over 100 years of history, on a coveted corner in one of the trendiest parts of the Eixample, Soma opened in 2021 to instant accolades from the gourmands of Barcelona. Cozy decor and a Parisian-style terrace set the stage for a menu of Catalan tapas with a strong Italian character and hints of France. Look for duck a l’orange, galetes de socarrat de risotto (a risotto cooked until compact and crispy like the bottom of a classic paella), marinated mackerel with strawberries, and ragu-stuffed rigatoni.

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Besta’s two chefs, Carles Ramon and Manu Núñez, focus on offering exceptional products from their home regions of Catalunya and Galicia, respectively. They precisely plate vibrant dishes like pickled mussels with pumpkin, tomato salad with cured blue fish, and Galician seaweed pancakes with wine-braised wild boar — though the experience of eating at Besta is generally a more casual affair than all that makes it sound. There are always a few meat dishes on the menu, but seafood is the star here; don’t miss out on the grilled zamburiña scallops and the oyster- and seaweed-infused gin tonics.

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Gringa all day.

Created by Priscilla Alfaro, a Mexican American woman who grew up in Los Angeles, with her partner Gaston Gabrielli and chef Nick Hosea, this is an excellent, modern American diner where the draw is simple: truly delicious food and bottomless filter coffee from specialty roaster Three Marks Coffee. The pancakes are fluffy, the bacon is crispy, the breakfast burrito is hearty, and the Nashville hot chicken sandwich is tongue-numbingly good. Too many brunch spots in Barcelona rely on Instagram-worthy visuals to compensate for mediocre flavors and cookery, but Gringa All Day is the real deal. Expect a line on the weekends, but the wait is worth it.

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It’s rare in Barcelona to see a classic trompo slowly, perfectly charring pork meat, but Xuba Tacos takes its tacos al pastor very seriously. The restaurant lovingly layers spiced pork on the spit, shaves it into thin slices, and serves it on supple, handmade blue corn tortillas. Alongside classics like al pastor and carne asada, there are also modern creations, like black beer-batter sea bass tacos with crispy leeks and sauteed lobster tail tacos with cilantro emulsion. Keep an eye out for seasonal specials, like wild mushroom and roasted chestnut tacos, and don’t miss the micheladas.

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Don’t let the prime location fool you; Batea is all about excellent quality seafood without the exorbitant prices you might expect so close to the Passeig de Gràcia. The menu features the best of the Atlantic and Mediterranean coasts, and the kitchen strives to be classic without falling into stale tropes of tradition. Begin your meal with a mini seafood tower from the raw bar, followed by tender fried monkfish tails, cockles in dashi broth, and the Betanzos-style omelet (a Galician specialty) topped with red prawn tartare or sauteed baby squid.

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Los Tortillez

An homage to the beloved tortilla (Spanish omelet), Los Tortillez gives off nostalgic 1980s airs — with red banquettes, popcorn stucco walls, retro crockery, and a tile-clad bar straight out of one of Pedro Almodóvar’s cult classics — but it’s actually a relatively recent addition to the beautified, newly pedestrianized Consell de Cent. First opened in late 2022, the restaurant has quickly become a point of reference in the city for some of the best al momento Spanish omelets. The menu includes 16 different, personal-sized tortilla variations; classic ingredients like chorizo and manchego rub shoulders with truffles, pesto, Thai curry, cilantro, bacon, and jalapenos. Round out your meal with some tapas like tender sauteed cod cheek pil pil, pork ribs braised in vermouth, and shrimp al ajillo swimming in a bath of blistering hot olive oil and sizzling garlic.

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With no signage or any identifying information visible from the street, the small Suru Bar makes meals in its intimate space feel like serendipity. A row of counter seating gives diners a view into the open kitchen, where chefs prepare star dishes like grilled chicken skin skewers with chilled shrimp tartar, vibrant spring peas with smoked chorizo and cured egg yolks, and a brochette of crunchy pig ear with charred chicken gizzard and tender squid. The cuisine is seasonal, thanks to the prime location just across the street from the famous Ninot market, and the dishes range from yakitori on a traditional Japanese grill to explorations of all things offal. Meals are rounded out with an extensive selection of local and international wines.

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Flax and Kale

The location of Flax and Kale just off the Pasaje de las Manufacturas is by far the brand’s best. It’s open all day, great for a weekend brunch, and the menu is distinct from the other locations, boasting the company’s astonishingly good wood-fired vegan pizzas (that also happen to be gluten-free). Chef Teresa Carles has been pioneering “flexitarian” food in Barcelona since 2014, and other highlights of her menu include bao stuffed with jackfruit “pulled pork,” house-made cilantro jalapeno kombucha, and vegan scrambles made with ackee. There are also some fish dishes, like miso-glazed Spanish mackerel with hibiscus dashi and yellowfin tuna bibimbap for those craving some extra omega-3s.

Two vegetable-laden pizzas sitting on a nice wooden table with a bottle of olive oil alongside them

Biercab has a rotating selection of draft beer flowing from 30 taps and an international bottle list so staggeringly extensive that it borders on intimidating, so there’s likely no better place in town for lovers of craft beer. As if the tremendous selection isn’t enough, the bar has a full kitchen, offering tapas, sandwiches, burgers, lighter plates, and main courses (a rarity in Barcelona, where many craft beer bars have a small menu of basic snacks). Try the extra-spicy potatoes or the grilled wagyu steak with a house-made, hop-spiked chimichurri.

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In front is a shop and wine bar called Can Cisa, and in the back you’ll find this full-service, wine-centric restaurant from twin Venetian chefs Max and Stefano Colombo. The menu combines Italian and Catalan cuisines, with an array of salty, sweet, rich, and acidic small plates, ranging from grilled octopus with pickles and beet puree to smoked sardines with apple relish. These aren’t your average tapas. All of the wine is natural, and many bottles are also biodynamic and organic. The well-trained waiters can guide any diner — from a wine novice to seasoned connoisseur — to a new, enlightened pairing for a meal.

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El Xampanyet

Dating back to the 1920s and brimming with character, from the tiled walls and vintage wine bottle collection to the boisterous crowds and taciturn barmen, El Xampanyet is well known with both locals and tourists as an excellent place for an aperitivo. It’s ideal for a glass of cava, some house­-cured salted anchovies, an assortment of conservas, and a sample of whatever hot dishes are on the day’s menu. Squeeze in the door and prepare for standing room only.

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El Chigre 1769

Asturias and Catalunya are starkly different in culture and landscape, but at El Chigre 1769, the two cuisines exist in sumptuous harmony. Part vermuteria (vermouth bar), part sidreria (cider bar), El Chigre is housed in an ancient stone building from 1769 and offers products of Asturian fame — from spanking-fresh Atlantic shellfish to cave-aged cabrales blue cheese — alongside beloved Catalan dishes like esqueixada (chilled bacalao salad) and charcoal-roasted Pyrenees pork knuckle for two. When merriment ensues and your cider misses the glass (as it’s known to do), not to fear; the floor is blanketed with sawdust, in classic fashion, to soak up every errant drop.

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Bar La Plata

This small corner bar just one block from the old port of Barcelona has been serving the same four dishes since 1945. Though the salted anchovies, fried sausage, and tomato salad are all delicious, the floured and fried boquerones (anchovies) are the true star. Now run by the grandson of the original founder, Bar La Plata sells over 85 pounds of the little fishes per week. The place is nearly always busy and only has a few tables, so do as the crowds do and eat standing up at the bar or even in the street if no seats are available.

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Compà Barceloneta

Plump pork meatballs braised in tomato sauce, creamy stracciatella cheese, grilled zucchini, and a dusting of grated ricotta salata come together in one of the newest sandwiches on the menu at Compà, a panini shop dedicated to the flavors of Calabria. In addition to the original location a few streets over from the Barceloneta beach, owner Vittorio Cicero has recently expanded with a new shop in the uptown neighborhood of Gràcia, giving the city two chances to try his irresistible creations like mortadella with burrata and pistachio pesto or Calabrese lardo with spicy ‘nduja spread, smoked provolone, and roasted potatoes. Choose from nearly a dozen sandwiches including rotating specials, all served on 48-hour slow-fermented focaccia, pressed and piping hot. For an extra kick, ask to add the bomba Calabrese chile relish. There are a few tables, but the sandwiches are meant as street food, so get yours to-go and head to the beach or the nearest plaza. Just don’t forget the napkins.

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Cova Fumada

One of the oldest restaurants in the beachside neighborhood of La Barceloneta, this is the birthplace of the famous “bomba de la Barceloneta,” a mouth­watering fried potato croquette stuffed with savory ground beef and topped with aioli and hot sauce, which now appears on menus all over the city. In addition to the bombas, try the calamars a la planxa (grilled squid) and grilled sardines (in summer). If you have a taste for offal, add a plate of cap i pota, an old-­school Catalan stew of tripe, veal trotters, and veal head in tomato.

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A longtime favorite for a mix of modern and classic tapas, Bar Cañete is a quintessential Barcelona dining experience. Tables in the bustling dining room can be reserved for groups of four or more, but otherwise it’s first come, first serve. The best seating is along the bar at the gleaming open kitchen, where diners get up-close views of chefs at work and white-jacketed servers darting back and forth with bottles of cava and artful plates of hand-cut jamón. The menu of tapas and larger plates changes with the seasons, but don’t miss house specialties like giant red prawns that arrive daily from the docks, sea anemones with cured Iberian pork belly, and runny potato omelets.

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Cinc Sentits

Chef Jordi Artal and his team fill the seasonal tasting menus at two-Michelin-starred Cinc Sentits (Five Senses) with modern interpretations of Catalan cuisine. Spring might bring artichoke or venison presented with bits of molecular flair (a spherification here, a powder there). But while Artal’s dishes are undoubtedly intricate and delicately composed, they also aren’t wanting for bold flavor or heartiness. A restaurant at this level shouldn’t leave you hungry; this one doesn’t.

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Suculent isn’t defined by one genre of cuisine, but packs its tasting and a la carte menus with as many delicious dishes as possible. It’s a favorite among chefs for nose-to-tail cooking and fine dining makeovers of grandma’s Catalan comfort food (with influences from Asia and Latin America). Dishes change with the seasons, but don’t miss mainstays such as the beets with beurre blanc and smoked eel, the royal custard of porcini mushrooms with sea urchin, and the braised hare canelon with foie gras and Codium seaweed.

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Found on the restaurant-­rich street of Carrer del Parlament, this classic­-meets-­modern bodega stands out in the Sant Antoni neighborhood. Enjoy a glass of wine from the shop’s old barrels, which the business also sells “a granel” (by the liter), vermouth, and various craft beers; snack on tapas and Catalan dishes; or just browse the gourmet shop. There is a little something wonderful here for everyone.

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The creation of chef Victor Ródenas and brothers Ignasi and Marc García, this youthful take on a simple Catalan casa de menjars (house of food) combines the best parts of a traditional vermouth bar with the refined, seasonal Catalan cooking of a fine dining veteran. The lively yet casual atmosphere is the perfect place to enjoy the varied dishes: confit artichokes with spring peas, sunchoke puree, and romesco, escabeche oyster shooters with chicken jus, beef tendon stew with fried hake and pickled chile peppers, and mini paella with shrimp tartare and pig trotter carpaccio. This is a gathering place for neighborhood regulars first and foremost.

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Owner Badr Bennis and head chef Nicola Valle were inspired by the freedom they found in New York’s creative Italian restaurants. At the upscale yet informal Benzina (“Gasoline” in Italian), housed in a former auto repair shop, they serve a menu of updated Italian classics, incorporating international influences, non-traditional ingredients, and colorful presentations. The atmosphere is more akin to a rock and roll bar than your typical red sauce spot. The menu is refreshed every couple of months, with dishes like cacio e pepe risotto with fried squid and mandarin reduction, Roman-style gnocchi with slow-cooked rabbit and kale, balsamic-roasted pork loin with maitake mushrooms, and confit eggplant parmesan topped with basil sorbet.

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Teatro Kitchen & Bar

Tickets was one of the most sought-after reservations in Barcelona, treating diners to the style of Barcelona’s old theater district in its heyday. The restaurant’s closing made way for Teatro Kitchen Bar, a reimagined take on the same theme. The average cost per diner at Teatro is a third of what it was at Tickets, making the experience much more accessible while still offering up creative tapas cooked by a team with Michelin dining pedigrees. Teatro Kitchen is the main event, but there’s also Backstage, an adjoining cocktail bar that’s the perfect place to wrap up your night.

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A Japanese Mediterranean izakaya tavern, Alapar is located in the space previously inhabited by the Michelin-starred Pakta, where Jaume Marambio was head chef. After Pakta closed, Marambio joined together with partner Vicky Maccarone in early 2022 to revive the space, bringing a new vision of a casual but refined take on Japanese cuisine to the location. Marambio prepares the best seasonal products from the Mediterranean, treating them with subtlety and simplicity. Raw, pickled, marinated, grilled, and stewed preparations showcase the harmony between the flavor profiles of Japan and Catalunya.

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Tiberi Bar was born from the Tiberi Club, a popular organizer for creative events and pop-ups that fuse eating and art. Tucked away on a quiet street in Poble Sec, the minimalist, airy interior, with high ceilings and plenty of windows, is the perfect scene for a rotating roster of colorful sharing plates inspired by Catalan traditions and the flavors of the Mediterranean, paired with unique natural wines from small local producers. Duck terrine with pistachios, crunchy polenta with sage, smoked sardine with sour cream and whole grain mustard, and a pork confit sandwich with red cabbage play upon well-worn local staples with surprising flavors.

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There are plenty of places to try paella in Barcelona, but Martínez is the move. Perched on the side of Montjuïc with a panoramic view of the city and port, the restaurant is far removed from the hubbub of the beach district. To justify your journey to the table, dig into the famous rice dishes like the señorito paella — garnished with peeled and shelled seafood, which keeps fingers clean — and the decadent lobster rice, as well as classic tapas and the inviting oyster bar.

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Gastronomy is a fundamental aspect of the spirit of Barcelona and, thus, it is also a defining experience of anyone visiting the city.

David Andrés, the renowned Catalan Michelin-starred chef, shares this vision of gastronomy and has designed a menu specifically tailored to give guests a genuine local experience blended with distinctive international nuances: the joy of sharing tapas, discovering the best of the Mediterranean Sea and savoring what Catalan cuisine has to offer the world.

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Under the guide of the Michelin starred chef David Andrés you will enjoy a truly local gastronomic experience to discover the best of the Catalan cuisine.


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Jacqueline Barcelona | Open from Tuesday to Sunday, 13:00 - 3:00.

A Mediterranean feast in the heart of Barcelona.

Jacqueline embodies the love for the sea and the land . a cuisine inspired by seasonal products and the rich culture of the mediterranean., the art of celebrating.

Jacqueline Barcelona presents a variety of dining atmospheres where local culinary traditions come to life offering authentic flavors of regional products.

Enjoy a unique gastronomic experience at “El Comedor”, our Mediterranean restaurant specializing in fresh fish and seafood. Immerse yourself in a magical night with live music at “The Dinner Club”, experience the authenticity of Japanese cuisine at “Japanese Bar”, or indulge in the exquisite fusion of flavors at our signature cocktail bar, the “Champagne Bar”.

Jacqueline connects with the history of Barcelona, its architecture and art, fostering unique experiences of social hedonism. All this in a lively environment where convenience and customized service are at the center of attentions.

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The 35 Best Restaurants in Barcelona

By Isabelle Kliger and Gemma Askham

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What’s the first thing you think of when you hear “Barcelona?” For a lot of people, the Catalan capital conjures images of year-round sunshine, a hedonistic lifestyle, and Gaudí's splendid architecture. And they are not wrong—but something else makes Barcelona stand out even more: the food. It all began in the early 2000s with a certain chef, Ferran Adrià, whose legendary (now-closed) El Bulli placed Catalonia firmly on the map of the world's best dining destinations. These days, Barcelona is home to a new generation of chefs who can be found working their magic anywhere from the most modest of tapas bars and natural wine joints to multi-Michelin-starred temples of fine dining. Here are our picks of the best restaurants in Barcelona–from modest to magnificent, casual to swanky, and traditional to avant-garde–to make sure you never waste an eating opportunity in this city again.

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If you're in Barcelona, we'll hazard a guess that you're after seafood—ideally without paying an arm and a leg. Come to Batea for top-notch produce at a price point unrivaled in Central Barcelona. Like its sister restaurant Besta, Batea takes its mission seriously so you can be sure it will always be painstakingly fresh and prepared with just the right measure of love and creativity to make it pop without getting pretentious. Kick things off with a couple of Galician oysters and the seafood platter–or crustacean tower, as we like to call it–which, you'll be pleased to know, is just as grand as it sounds. Don’t miss the white prawn tartare roll, before moving onto mains like the vinegar-marinated mackerel escabeche, and the unmissable ultra-gooey Betanzos-style omelet, topped with either shrimp or baby squid, depending on what’s in season. Chef Manuel Núñez’s partner Marta Morales runs the front of house and is also responsible for mixing your cocktails and pairing your wine. Since she does this so flawlessly, our advice is to tell her what you like and leave it in her more-than-capable hands.

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Torres twins Sergio and Javier made their names with Michelin-starred Dos Cielos restaurant at the Meliá Barcelona Sky Hotel . Riskier and more avant garde, Hermanos Torres, impressively garnered two coveted stars within two years of opening. Playing with juxtaposition—from wildly contrasting textures and temperatures, to ultra-modern takes on Catalan “grandma” dishes, and unexpected flavor pairings. Speaking of pairings, wine pairings at tasting menu restaurants don't always give you your money's worth. That is not the case here. Go for the splurge.

Barcelona Restaurant Alkimia

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Despite its Michelin-starred status, Alkimia has magically managed to stay under the radar—lucky us. Chef Jordi Vila’s tasting menus are made up of a balanced series of dishes whose flavors and textures blend together seamlessly. He has a particular affection for the sea, and it shows in dishes like the razor clam, hazelnut hollandaise, and sherry suquet  (or Catalan seafood stew).


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Besta is the brainchild of Carles Ramón from Catalonia and Manu Núñez from Galicia. Together, they have invented a gastronomic style like none other: blending the finest in-season produce from their respective regions. It's a match made in heaven and the result is positively ethereal. Ramón and Núñez are not afraid to take risks, especially when it comes to mixing unorthodox ingredients from the sea and the land. Surf 'n' turf (or mar i muntanya) is a mainstay of Catalan cuisine. Combinations like chicken and shrimp or meatballs and squid abound on menus here, but Besta takes it to another level, serving Galician oyster with thinly sliced dry-aged beef, or market-fresh octopus with a suckling pig's ear. The wines are mainly sourced from small producers and divided by color and region. It's own in-house branded gin is distilled with algae and oysters.

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Albert Raurich earned a Michelin star for the masterful tasting menus at this small tapas restaurant in El Raval , which blend Japanese ingredients with Spanish panache. Dishes like homemade sweet corn tofu, cold pho with chicken, and passion fruit mochi with licorice might well force you out of your comfort zone, but just go with it. A small number of guests, all seated around an open central kitchen, makes for a chummy, intimate atmosphere for all involved, including the staff.


At Aurt, the tasting-menu-only restaurant in the lobby of the Hilton Diagonal Mar from Artur Martínez, the seasonally changing menu is picture-perfect, with each course bidding for your love. This spot is for laid-back foodies with laid-back afternoon schedules; after all, it takes a while to get through 15 courses. On a recent visit the cuttlefish tarar(a), was a knockout, the cuttlefish tender, and perfectly balanced. The onion royale is good enough to change your opinion of onion forever, and there's a long, elegant, and accessible wine list courtesy of sommelier Mara Fanni, who's eager to guide your choice.

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A great option for indecisive diners, Aleia offers one tasting menu, that's it. It costs €110 at lunch time and €150 at dinner. Your only decision will be whether to go for the long or the short wine pairing—to avoid being overwhelmed (by which I mean drunk), we’d recommend going short.  What you will get is a series of dishes so beautiful, so thoughtful, that you will leave here feeling like you’ve just experienced a moment of magic. From the cuttlefish and hollandaise inky brioche, to the superb flourless hake croquette, or the chawanmushi—a Japanese take on egg custard—with Iberian pork consommé and squid tartare —that sounds like it shouldn’t work but totally does, everything is perfect. Even the desserts are surprisingly refreshing and leave you feeling not too full (quite a feat after 15-courses).

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Despite featuring in pretty much every guide to Barcelona tapas ever written, Bar Cañete has deservedly maintained its reputation as a local joint. If you come early, you may be surrounded by tourists, but at Spanish dinner time (10 p.m.), most of your fellow diners will be speaking Catalan. Tapas are the thing to order here, in as great a quantity as your stomach and wallet will allow (all washed down with a local bottle from the extensive wine list).

Barcelona Restaurant Solomillo

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Indulge all your darkest carnivorous desires at this meat-lovers’ paradise, where the name of the restaurant is the same as your order (solomillo means “sirloin steak”). This is the best steak in Barcelona and the menu is customizable to your liking: Pick your type of beef, weight, and how you want it cooked, plus optional sauces and accompaniments. If you're overwhelmed by the choices, go with the Frisian beef, cooked medium rare, with Café de Paris sauce, and sides of dauphinois potatoes and browned carrots with cumin. You're welcome.

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A foodie favorite for years, Mont Bar has slowly been making its name as one of the standouts in Barcelona’s gastro-tapas-bar movement. Last year, the people at Michelin finally awarded it the star it deserved. Back in the day, this space used to be quite rowdy, and very cramped. The tables may be more spaced out these days and the vibe is more buttoned up than it used to be–but only slightly. It still feels like a tapas bar, just a smarter version. With the Michelin star comes a tasting menu: in this case one consisting of 15 dishes, and priced at $135. The good news here is that Mont Bar still offers an à la carte option, with bites from as little as $5. The menu changes with the seasons, but mainstays like the chicken skin and squid canapé and the oyster with truffle and pancetta will make you cry with joy year-round. From there, just go with whatever your server recommends.

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Located inside the Sir Victor Hotel , Mr. Porter is everything you’d expect from its fashionable address and has become a favorite among the It crowd. It may be billed as a steakhouse, but its wood-fired oven also serves up some superb veggie and seafood dishes. Menu highlights include the roasted whole leek, the smooth-as-sin beef carpaccio and the succulent Japanese Wagyu steak, although the dish that’ll have you fighting over the last bite is the sweet-but-spicy jumbo shrimp salad with corn and avocado. The cocktail game is on point, too. The Miyazaki is a refreshing choice, made with Roku gin, sake, bergamot, kalamansi, green tea, and ginger beer.

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The bright-white dining room has a distinct air of sophistication. Everything is impeccable, from the pristine white tablecloths, to the spacious table setup and the staff in their immaculate uniforms. Chef Paco Pérez is an El Bulli alum, one who took off from the Adrià universe and went off earn six Michelin stars in his own right. His love of “mar i muntanya” (Catalan for surf ‘n’ turf) is present in so many of his dishes, which include some delightfully unorthodox blends like, say, cuttlefish and truffle, or crab and mushroom, or elaborate dishes like sea bass cooked with wild mushrooms, mussels, and a pork reduction. 

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Tourists are par for the course in any beachfront paella joint like this one overlooking Bogatell Beach, but what sets Can Fisher apart is the high ratio of locals—giving it the Barcelona stamp of credibility. Fishy treats come in all shapes and sizes, from the delectable red shrimp carpaccio, to freshly shucked oysters, anchovies dripping in olive oil, steamed mussels and the salt-baked fresh turbot. But, again, the real highlight here is the wide range of paellas. From the finger-licking soupy rice with lobster, to the pre-peeled young gentleman’s rice, or Arroz del Señorito—especially designed for the young gentleman who prefers not to get his dainty hands dirty—to the black squid-ink rice with baby squid, Padrón peppers and alioli, the selection is so good it’s almost impossible to choose just one.

Barcelona Restaurant Green Spot

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Billed as the vegetarian restaurant that is “veggie for non-veggies,” the Green Spot does indeed manage to please vegetarians and carnivores alike—ideal if you’ve tucked into a few too many plates of fried croquettes and calamari while in town. The menu showcases hearty comfort foods, like fried cauliflower with mint and tamarind sauce and four-cheese pizza with zucchini flowers, but also lighter, healthier options, like grilled vegetable salads. If you have a beard or a full tattoo sleeve, you’ll fit right in with the young, trendy, beach-bound crowd.

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A small, unassuming-looking space in an even less noteworthy street, this isn't a place you'd walk into by accident–which is probably a good thing since it’s almost always fully booked. Alapar calls itself a Mediterranean-Japanese Izakaya (or Japanese tavern). That means you can expect lots of Japanese-style dishes–like sashimi, nigiris and gyozas, but all made using top-notch locally sourced Mediterranean produce. Highlights include the “montadito”—a Spanish word referring to a small, open sandwich—of squid tartare and Iberian pancetta, the gyoza with Catalan butifarra sausage and fava beans, and the “suquet,” or Catalan fish stew, of red mullet and foie gras.

Barcelona Restaurant Disfrutar

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A meal at Disfrutar is like a performance: There's fire, ice, smoke, and lots of flavor and color. What started as an exciting new project by three ex-chefs from the late, great El Bulli has evolved into one of the best restaurants in the world—officially (Disfrutar ranked third in the latest edition of The World’s 50 Best Restaurants). The tasting menus that are playful, unpredictable, often surprising us by telling our eyes one thing but sending our taste buds a completely different message. Top dishes include the crispy egg yolk with mushrooms and the chocolate peppers with oil and salt, but at this two-Michelin-starred gem, it’s all good. There's an extensive wine list that includes anything from reasonably priced glasses, to a mind-boggling selection of bottles, or a wine pairing to go with your tasting menu, priced at $130.

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Locals reign supreme here. Few tourists have heard of Berbena and even fewer venture off the beaten track to the posh end of town above Avenida Diagonal. Inside, there daily batches of home-baked bread that smell like your grandma’s kitchen, comfort food like hearty beef with wine stew and gooey slices of Spanish omelet, platters of locally sourced cheese and charcuteries—all made for sharing. We'd like to imagine that you'll probably stumble in here for a quick bite. You'll find a table by the window. One thing will lead to another and, before you know it, it’ll be midnight, and you'll realize you’ve spent hours snacking and sipping and chatting. And you won’t regret a single second of it

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There are no bells and whistles at Cinc Sentits, but you wouldn’t blame Catalan-Canadian chef Jordi Artal if there were; after 10 years as a marketing director in Silicon Valley, he not only taught himself how to cook, but he earned a first Michelin star for it in 2009 and a second in 2021. But bragging is not Artal’s way. He’s sweet, gentle, and modest; he works alongside his sister; his mother sometimes helps him serve. Their restaurant, recently relocated and refreshed in Eixample, is fittingly understated, with simple wooden chairs, white walls, and zero fuss. You'll argue over the stars of the tasting menu with your dinner mates, but take it from us: The pan-seared scallop—accompanied by a jamón chip—is next level, as is the pork tenderloin, which comes with crispy garlic crumbs, smoked ribs, padrón peppers and tangy romesco .

Barcelona Restaurant Lluritu

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Pretend you’re a Barcelonan and check out this local, informal, and affordable seafood bar that bears no resemblance to the tourist traps on Las Ramblas. Lluritu is quickly becoming a favorite in the neighborhood of Gràcia and looks more like a fish shop than a restaurant, with informal seating and a traditional tiled floor. Your best bet is to order a bit of everything to share. Musts include the grilled sardines, grilled squid, and, last but not least, the steamed clams. If in doubt, just order the seafood platter—a steal at only $35.

Barcelona Restaurant Picnic

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From the regulars who come every week to the hipster tourists who wander in on a whim, Picnic seems to have a rare kind of universal appeal—the popularity just never wanes at this little piece of Brooklyn dropped down in Barcelona. The American-Chilean-fusion menu is the stuff of brunch dreams: the quinoa hash browns, fried green tomatoes with salty cheese and salsa, and pulled-pork chilaquiles with guacamole and a poached egg are non-negotiable.

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Parking Pizza's name doesn’t lie: Yes, this is a car park. And apart from a giant pizza oven pumping doughy aromas from the back left corner, little’s changed from its former incarnation. On top of the concrete floor, still demarcated with the white paint of parking lots, there are vast communal dining tables and cardboard-box seats with removable lids to stash your stuff. It’s edgy, it’s hipster, and it’s packed—and it's the best pizza in Barcelona. (Is it as good as a New York slice ? That's up to you). Of the menu's 13 choices, number 11 is the signature: a cheesy, tomato-free circle of gooey joy, with Fior di Latte mozzarella, fontina, parmesan, egg, and truffle.

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Any food lover worth their salt knows the unassuming former market food stall, Direkte Boqueria, is a must-visit on a trip to Barcelona. Bookings disappear so fast it can make your head spin. The formula is simple: two tasting menus, nine dishes for $60, or 12 for $75. And it doesn't take long to appreciate why chef Arnau Muñío was named Chef of the Year 2018 at the prestigious Gastronomic Forum of Girona. His style is Catalan-Asian fusion, and there's no mistaking it as the delicately balanced umami of the oyster gyoza dumpling with its "capipota" sauce explodes in your mouth (capipota translates as "head and hoof" and refers to a rustic Catalan stew made from veal head and hocks). Although the real showstopper is the ultra-gooey matcha cheesecake.

Barcelona Restaurant Estimar

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If you are a fan of all things fish, look no further than Estimar, hidden down one of the tiniest alleyways in Barcelona's El Born 'hood. Chef Rafa Zafra is an El Bulli alum, but these days, he’s less about molecular gastronomy and more about conveying his passion for the sea. The shrimp carpaccio is a standout dish, as are the razor clams, the grilled Cap de Creus shrimp, and the whole grilled sole. Portions are small but expensive, so be prepared to order generously and pay accordingly.

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Some come to this former mechanic's garage just for the cocktails. The entrance and left side are packed with glammed-up stool-perchers lapping up social lubrication and listening to a thumping soundtrack of classic rock before they head onto more formal dinners. But the bulk of attendees are here to hunker down with comforting, unstuffy Italian food. Treat the appetizers like tapas: Mix juicy mouthfuls of smoked burrata with onions foam and peas with rich gulps of eggplant alla parmigiana served with parmesan ice cream. For mains, it's all about carb-loading: ravioli with a new take on the Roman classic cacio e pepe with mushrooms, hazelnuts and black garlic; perfectly balanced dishes of risotto and gnocchi; even an old-school carbonara, all eggy and sticky and arguably the best in town. If the tunes in the background make you burst into song, who cares? And if you burst out of your jeans—well, chef Nicola Valle has done his job.

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Suculent wouldn't strike you as a gastronomic temple from the outside, however, the inside is rustic-chic, with wooden tables and wicker chairs. Books, plants, and jars fill the shelves that line the walls, creating a homey feel. Chef Toni Romero isn't afraid to push the boundaries. His dishes are unconventional, creative and utterly decadent, so leave the diet at the door and prepare to indulge your inner gourmand. Adventurous eaters will be blown away by combinations like steak tartare served on bone marrow, or beetroot with beurre blanc and smoked eel while those of a more squeamish disposition might baulk at the sight of the glazed cockerel's crest. 

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There are plenty of Mexican joints in Barcelona but there's nothing like COME, which was awarded a well-deserved Michelin star within a year of opening. This Mexican fine-dining joint pops with bright colors on its walls and mosaic tabletops, and the refined elements are strictly reserved for the food. The rest of the ambiance is all about that famously warm and easy Mexican hospitality. You won't have many decisions to make. There are two tasting menus, the only difference being the choice of main course (the more expensive one comes with either lobster or steak, the other has pork, veal, and vegetarian options). It doesn't really matter which one you pick because the real stars of the show here are the 13 lip-smackingly delicious appetizers (like the Wagyu beef tostada and the seasonal mole). Mexican flavors and techniques and blended with Spanish produce to create a sublime mix of fresh ingredients and punchy taste sensations that will have you hooked from the first bite.

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Albé means “my heart” in Lebanese and the team, expertly led by owner-come-maître d’Joey Attieh genuinely love what they do. You’ll see what we mean when you come. Albé is one of a kind. Come here when you're ready for some different flavors and a new approach to cooking local produce—croaker fish tiradito that comes with a Lebanese leche de tigre, savory baklava topped with red prawns from Blanes, a maitake mushroom with cashew cream and tabbouleh gel. The newly introduced, beautifully balanced tasting menu is a great way to try all the classics at once—and it’s a steal at €50 for nine dishes. As for drinks, try your first Lebanese wine and pair your dessert with their cardamom and orange blossom-infused take on the espresso martini.

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This under-the-radar local foodie favorite is flying well above it these days, since the people from Michelin awarded it its first well-deserved star. When booking, request one of the the six stools at the kitchen counter, which are positioned at the same height as the chefs—a metaphor, perhaps, to the restaurant's ethos: take everything you traditionally associate with tasting menus and stick a finger up at it. Head chef Francesc Beltri spent time traveling and living in Bali and Singapore, and brings those influences into the kitchen here, along with Mexican, Mediterranean, and Peruvian flavors. Dinner will be full of risks, whack-you-in-the-mouth flavors, and beautiful raw materials.

Barcelona Spain Restaurant Gresca

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A tiny wine bar with only a handful of tables on the left side of the Eixample district , Gresca Bar may not seem particularly stylish or eye-catching. But just let the well-priced food and wine do the talking. For a little more than $50, the “dishes to share” menu gets you seven unconventional dishes (like phyllo onion with crème fraîche), with an outstanding selection of natural wines to match. Get in now: Gresca Bar is still relatively unknown outside Barcelona, and attracts a mainly local crowd.

Barcelona Restaurant Ca L'Estevet

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Back in the day (way back—the restaurant opened in the 19th century), this El Raval restaurant was a favorite hangout for Barcelona’s artistic community, and the old-school bohemian decor has been well preserved: bad lighting, white tablecloths on dark wood, and walls adorned with old portraits and mosaics. The food is honest and delicious—top dishes include the cod fritters and meatballs with cuttlefish and prawns, made all the more delectable with a cheap beer pairing—and highly prized by locals, so come early in the day.

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What is perhaps most notable about Passadis del Pep is that there is no menu to read. Invite your server to take a seat at the table and explain to him or her what you want to eat, what you don’t want to eat, and what your budget is. What will follow is an expertly executed tasting menu using the finest seasonal produce, sourced from the market that same day and carefully adapted to your tastes, budget, and dietary requirements. Prices range from around $70 per person to whatever you are willing to spend. House specials including Iberian “Joselito” ham with tomato bread, grilled baby squid, and chicken and foie gras cannelloni.

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Lasarte is brought to us by Martín Berasategui, the chef who owns the most Michelin stars in Spain—twelve in all—and the third most Michelin-starred chef in the world overall. At present, seven of his restaurants boast 12 Michelin stars between them, Lasarte Restaurant in Barcelona has three. So it goes without saying the food here is going to be something out of the ordinary. You can tasting menu or a la carte (we recommend the full splurge on the tasting menu and wine pairing). Whichever you choose you'll find transcendent items like head chef Paolo Casagrande’s signature squid tartar with egg yolk, or Berasategui’s own mille feuille of smoked eel, foie gras, spring onion and green apple–served as a snack. And make sure to save space for pastry chef Xavi Donnay's cherry petits fours. Donnay took home best pastry chef honors at The Best Chef Awards 2020.

Barcelona Restaurant ABac

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Set within a small boutique hotel on the outskirts of Barcelona, ABaC is headed by Jordi Cruz, an immensely talented chef who earned his first Michelin star when he was only 24. He did it again, when ABaC was awarded its third star from the Michelin inspectors. When it comes to the main event (and, let’s face it, the food is why you’re here), ABaC offers very little choice. There is one tasting menu. It costs $315. It has to be served to the whole table. Cruz takes you on a journey that begins with some mind-boggling snacks such as his “Blood Mary on the Rocks,” through the grilled eel fried brioche with “all i oli” and fresh wasabi, the Guineafowl flame-roasted with corn, foie gras, sesame and black mole sauce, and countless other morsels and plates, before finishing things off with a suite of decadent desserts, like his “Globe” of lollipops with strawberry kakigori, milk chocolate, begonias and tonka beans.

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This hidden gastronomic gem attracts a food-loving following of locals who don’t want to blow a hundred bucks or more on a Michelin-starred meal. Cruix’s tasting menu concept seems almost too good to be true. Eight courses here will set you back $40. Yes, you read that right: Forty bucks for eight courses. Turns out the price tag is the only thing that’s cheap because the food looks and tastes like a million dollars. Serving tasty morsels like cod “churros”, to the delicate Iberian ham “nigiri” and crispy rice with dry-aged beef, as well as Thai-inspired Tom Kha Gai ice-cream. It's clear chef Miquel Pardo is certainly headed for great things.

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At Fismuler, a boisterous outfit right by the Arc de Triomf, ingredients change daily and execution is slick. Although some dishes are greatest hits from Madrid, where the restaurant began—the truffled chicken wings with egg yolk and sweet potato—most nod to Catalunya: peas from the Maresme, seasonal white asparagus, and oysters. The razor clams, hot with grill-crisped cheese, are delightful. The cheesecake dessert is Instagram-famous: a gooey, Camembert-style chunk that’s porn for purists, it ditches fruit toppings and oozes like a melting Raclette.


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Famed for its enchanting architecture, fabulous dining and bountiful culture, the seaside city of Barcelona is a superyacht stop-off you’ll never forget.

Barcelona’s location alone is idyllic, situated on the north-eastern coast of the Iberian Peninsula overlooking the blue of the Mediterranean Sea. It is watched over by the Serra de Collserola mountain range between the rivers Besòs and Llobregat with the towering 512 m (1,680 ft) high Tibidabo mountain providing an amazing backdrop as well as fantastic views over the city. If you need to escape the hustle and bustle of the city for a few hours then the peaks are engulfed by the beautiful Collserola Natural Park which is the biggest metropolitan park in the world.

As the capital of Catalonia and with colourful architectural treasures spanning more than 2,000 years, Barcelona is a city that needs no introduction but one where you can enjoy unlimited experiences. Magnificent temple columns allude to its ancient history while the winding lanes of its Gothic Quarter express its charismatic edge. Keep exploring and at every turn you’ll be greeted with the spectacular creations of the renowned Gaudi and his contemporaries, to make this a truly memorable yacht charter destination.

The beauty of Barcelona has long been an inspiration to artists the world over and it now hosts two museums dedicated to the works of Picasso and Joan Miró, both of whom fell in love with the city. Its masterpieces are not just confined to art and architecture however – the city’s gastronomic delights are just as celebrated and its restaurant scene is now one of the most talked about in the Mediterranean . From Galician seafood taverns, avant-garde Japanese restaurants, a full spectrum of fun and fine dining options will keep your time ashore packed full of flavour.

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These are the Italian restaurants in Barcelona that are worth a visit

In Barcelona you can find exclusive restaurants with high-end cuisine from all over the world. Today we present a selection of charming Italian cuisine restaurants that stand out for their high-quality raw materials ─elegant and exclusive spaces with a taste of Italy.

Bacaro, a Venetian flair in Barcelona’s city centre

Alfredo, Pablo and Mauri in the dining room and chef Marco Filipponi in the kitchen, lead this exclusive restaurant where its charming space will transport you to the incomparable city of canals. The menu changes according to the season and the chef’s creativity. At Bacaro you will find seafood cuisine with local produce, in a menu that offers the best Venetian recipes at very reasonable prices.

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Le Cucine Mandarosso, an authentic traditional cuisine

Its name honours the hundreds of recipes from friends and family that Pietro, the restaurant’s owner, collected to create his menu. Le Cucine is a charming place that reveals another of Pietro’s vocations, that of a decorator. Pietro also excels in the pastry making, in memory of his grandfather Crescenzo, who had a bakery. 

One of the most outstanding Italian dishes is the recipe for lasagne, which he borrowed from his mother Diana and which looks towards Naples: intense, red, with a long memory. On the other hand, the cannelloni stuffed with buttered cod is his own creation and belongs to the evening menu.

Xemei, Italian cuisine between Poble Sec and Montjuïc

Still related to Venice, we find the Xemei: for many, the best Italian restaurant in the city. The Xemei is a unique restaurant that transcends any kind of categorisation.

In its unique space, made up of two different premises joined by the kitchen, there is the possibility of tasting unusual recipes from the Veneto region, all of them prepared with a very sharp taste and clear ideas marked by a personality that dreams of food.

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Benzina, a space inspired by Italy and Brooklyn

Benzina is an Italian restaurant located in Barcelona’s Sant Antoni neighbourhood. Opened in 2018 in a former car workshop, it offers dishes inspired by Italian gastronomy in a setting that reminds us of the industrial premises of the 70s Brooklyn. Not surprisingly, another of Benzina’s main attractions is its New York-inspired cocktail bar, which combines classic cocktails with custom-made in-house creations. 

On the constantly evolving Benzina menu, timeless dishes such as steak tartar, aubergine parmigiana and risotto go hand in hand with more bold and original recipes created by the head chef Nicola Valle.

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In short, restaurants like those show it is possible to travel to the best Italy without leaving the lively city of Barcelona, which is an advantage to both locals and visitors.

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Restaurant Arcano Barcelona

Located a few steps from via laietana and meters from some of the most important  tourist   points  in barcelona, arcano is a restaurant with a lot of history to tell. an old stable, with a beautiful romanesque imprint and historical heritage which preserves to this day the stone walls in the shape of an arch, original from the  17th century an emblematic restaurant  with a romantic, intimate and special atmosphere. mediterranean cuisine, specializing in grilled meat and fish., our menu arcano barcelona.

Specializing in premium grilled meats, the Arcano restaurant menu has a variety of dishes for all tastes and diets. 

The gastronomic journey begins with creations such as the famous roasted baby potatoes with smoked chili brava sauce and grilled octopus with potato parmentier, going through star dishes such as the  French rack of grilled lamb and the   Argentine angus sirloin, without neglecting fish dishes such as the  glazed  salmon  or Catalan-style cod with spinach cream and ending with a delicious offer of homemade desserts such as crunchy cheesecake, honey and mató and the elegant texture of citrus.

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Turn your events and celebrations into  unique and unforgettable  mo ments.

Very close to via Laietana, in the Born district, in the center of Barcelona. 

We have semi-privates rooms, and group menus.

Arcano Restaurant Barcelona is the ideal place for any type of event, whether business or private celebrations

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Iconic restaurant Arcano (Mercaders, 10), located in the heart of the Born neighborhood, is one of the most charming restaurants in Barcelona, thanks in part to its occupancy of exquisitely restored 17th-century stables, which give it a magical atmosphere. Historical Heritage.

Market cuisine based on the grill, paired with a selection of around forty wines from small wineries and winemakers with a story behind them.

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Mit seinen 1189 Liegeplätzen und 75 Unternehmen ist er der größte Yachthafen Spaniens für Liegeplatzvermietung und Wassersportdienstleistungen.


Port Ginesta ist ein Yachthafen, der 15 Minuten südlich von Barcelona im Herzen des Naturparks Garraf liegt.


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Er hat sich als wichtiger Referenzhafen für Katamarane in ganz Europa und als wichtigster Hafen in Spanien etabliert, mit einer beneidenswerten geografischen Lage im westlichen Mittelmeer, als obligatorischer Halt für Boote, die in den Gewässern von Katalonien, den Balearen und Frankreich fahren.


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08860 Les Botigues de Sitges Barcelona – Spain Tel.  +34 936 643 661 / +34 677 527 008 Fax. +34 936 650 166 [email protected]

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Barcelona, eine international bewunderte Stadt. Port Ginesta, im Naturpark Garraf-Massiv gelegen. In der Nähe der Stadt Castelldefels und ein paar Kilometer vom Zentrum von Sitges entfernt.

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El Nacional is the first restaurant in Barcelona with different areas where we can try traditional recipes from around the Iberian Peninsula, prepared with high quality produce in unique surroundings. Located at the heart of Passeig de Gràcia, it reflects Barcelona’s social and cultural life.

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Reviving classic Russian cuisine

Oct 19 2018.

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Roads & Kingdoms talks to Russian chef Vladimir Mukhin of Moscow’s super-restaurant, White Rabbit.

Still in his mid-30’s, Vladimir Mukhin is already one of Russia’s best known chefs and the leading culinary light of the White Rabbit Group, which has 16 restaurants around the country. The most well-known of these, Moscow’s  White Rabbit , was named one of the 50 best restaurants in the world last year. Roads & Kingdoms’ Nathan Thornburgh talked to Mukhin in Moscow about being a fifth-generation chef, reviving classic Russian cuisine, and finding good product in the age of embargoes.

Nathan Thornburgh: Tell me about White Rabbit, what is the food? What are you trying to accomplish there?

Vladimir Mukhin: The White Rabbit is a big restaurant. We’re trying to revive Russian cuisine. I’m a fifth-generation chef, so I’m passionate about the food we create. During the Soviet Union period, we killed Russian food. Classic Russian recipes became too simplified. For example, usually you drink tea, but if you want to be, just to be creative, want to make the tea with milk, you can’t. It would be like stealing milk from the government. People went to jail.

When I was growing up, I remember my grandfather coming to the kitchen and crying because he couldn’t experiment with his food.

Thornburgh: Wow. I remember this famous photo session with Che Guevara which came up with some of his best pictures, maybe two incredible iconic portraits came from an entire roll of film, and the photographer went to him and showed him this roll of film and Che said, What the hell are you doing? You wasted all of these images. You took 30 pictures to get one? That’s the government’s film. It’s a similar mentality.   So you’re telling the story of a kind of cuisine that was lost on the Soviet history and now you’re playing with this idea of finding it again. What does your process look like? Do you get as many grandmothers as you can round up and just kind of shake recipes out of them? How were you doing this?

Mukhin: I just try to work with as many local farmers and producers as I can, so we can use as many Russian ingredients as we can.

Thornburgh: So this is a close relationship.

Mukhin: Yes. I traveled throughout Russia—not just the big cities, but also the villages to talk with older people.

Thornburgh: You know I think people don’t understand the vastness of Russia, and how big it’s collection of cultures and languages and cuisines is. What parts of the country influences your food?

Mukhin: I’m inspired by the whole country. It’s a big territory, and sometimes it feels like it’s too big. I try and use different techniques and ingredients from all over the country, which I think makes my menus distinct.

We have an a la carte menu with about 50 dishes of classical Russian food. Everything looks modern because I’m a young chef. But if you close your eyes and try these dishes, you’ll taste 100% classic Russian flavors.

I want to highlight all aspects of Russian cuisine. Before the Olympic Games in Sochi, we opened a restaurant there, not just to make money, but to expose people visiting for the Olympics to Russian food. That’s why we opened The Red Fox restaurant. It’s all about Russian ingredients.

Thornburgh: Sochi, at least when I’ve been there, is like a Miami Beach. It’s like a place to get pizza and sushi, and go to the nightclubs.

Mukhin: You been?

Thornburgh: Yeah.

Mukhin: It’s crazy.

Thornburgh: It’s a little crazy, but it’s interesting to bring in Red Fox and sort of say okay, because people are coming out, let’s bring Russia to Sochi.

Mukhin: It was incredible. We had thousands of visitors at the restaurant.  

Thornburgh: So you really looked internally for inspiration. Did working outside of Russia motivate you to focus on Russian cuisine?

Mukhin: Yes. I spent time working in Avignon, France. I worked with Christian Etienne, and he would make a special Russian meal once a year.  It was crazy.

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Thornburgh: How was the food?

Mukhin: It was shit. I told him that I would cook real Russian food for him, and I did. I cooked borscht, blinis, and other classics. He liked it and said that once a year we should use my recipes, but with his influence. I agreed, and we went on to make amazing food. Eventually, I wanted to come back to my motherland. So I left and I started working on making White Rabbit a reality.

Thornburgh: When people go to White Rabbit, what are they going to find?

Mukhin: Someone once told me that there is a new Russian cuisine and an old Russian cuisine. I think Russian cuisine is going through an evolution. So I hope people will come and see evolution at White Rabbit.

Thornburgh: Great. Always good to end on an invite. Thank you.

Mukhin: Thank you so much.

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    Located in an incomparable setting, in the newly constructed pavilion with garden views, there is the high-end restaurant ABaC, awarded with 3 Michelin stars and nominated as the Best Restaurant in Catalonia 2011 by the Catalan Academy of Gastronomy and Nutrition. Chef Jordi Cruz's unique culinary vision has elevated technical skill ...

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    The Restaurant. Gastronomy is a fundamental aspect of the spirit of Barcelona and, thus, it is also a defining experience of anyone visiting the city. David Andrés, the renowned Catalan Michelin-starred chef, shares this vision of gastronomy and has designed a menu specifically tailored to give guests a genuine local experience blended with ...

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    Jacqueline connects with the history of Barcelona, its architecture and art, fostering unique experiences of social hedonism. All this in a lively environment where convenience and customized service are at the center of attentions. C/ Enric Granados, 66 | How to get to the restaurant. +34 930 46 75 11.

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    Located a few steps from Via Laietana and meters from some of the most important tourist points in Barcelona, Arcano is a restaurant with a lot of history to tell. An old stable, with a beautiful Romanesque imprint and historical heritage which preserves to this day the stone walls in the shape of an arch, original from the 17th century An emblematic restaurant with a romantic, intimate and ...

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