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Korean Cuisine | Kamasot

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“Are you the owner,” I ask. “Sí.” “I’m originally from Los Angeles,” I tell her. “There are thousands and thousands of Koreans in L.A.” “Sí, lo sé.” “We have a…

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Pan A Mà {Suscriptor}

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Una panadería de toda la vida. Tanto que lleva ahí desde 1868, y Laurent & Alejandra la han hecho suya desde abril 2015 para seguir trabajando con métodos e ingredientes…

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B de Barcelona {Suscriptor}

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Ubicado en una de las rutas modernistas más bellas y visitadas de la ciudad, se encuentra B de Barcelona. Un pequeño comercio en el que puedes encontrar una elegante alternativa…

Arco Iris Vegetarian Restaurant Barcelona

Arco Iris

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We cross Diagonal towards a cluster of people waiting outside Arc Iris. Inside, a clean-shaven man with snow-white hair receives us with an almost absurd Buddha-like calm. If we become…

La Taqueria {CAS}

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Click here to read in english. ¡Al fin tenemos una taquería de verdad! No un restaurante, pero sí una auténtica taquería en Barcelona. ¡Aleluya! Sólo podría ser mejor si hubiera…

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La Taquería {ENG}

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Click aquí para leer en castellano. We finally have a real taquería. Not a restaurant, but an authentic taquería in Barcelona. Hallelujah! It could only be better if it were…

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Skating Club

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The presence of a higher power is often signaled (in films and such) by rays of light bursting forth from the heavens and choral voices singing a holy and extended…

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Can Siscu

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“Foodie” is all well and good, but someone has to filter through countless, nameless manolos not designed by architects or ex-ad-agency-types where ye olde “food” still reigns. Can Siscu is…

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Fogó

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If recent Eat Street hubbub has you fired up and in the mood for more quality street food served in oddly-shaped cardboard containers, look no further than Fogó. While located…

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Turismo claustrofóbico

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Ideas para fomentar el turismo claustrofóbico • La entrada del Museu del Clavegueram, construcción de una planta de aspecto tenebroso, está en el paseo de San Juan, próxima a la…

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La Nueva Gigamesh

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El viernes por la tarde encontramos a Alejo Cuervo (o Papa Alejo I, si preferís), director de la tienda, librería y editorial Gigamesh en la calle Riera Alta. Aquí, en…

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Makers of Barcelona (MOB)

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Hood // Arc de Triomf. Good // 500 m2 is a lot of space. In fact, it’s enough for 24 co-working desks (200€ /month), another dozen mobile desks for shorter-term…

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Chilam Balam

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This is not Mexican food, but Aztec and Mayan pre-Colombian cult cuisine. Or at least that’s how they’re selling it up at Chilam Balam just off of Avinguda de Gaudí…

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On Café

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No one is reinventing the wheel here. On Café is neither Scandinavian design innovation nor is it gastro-anything, thank god. But they do a wicked tortilla de patata. The café…

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Paprika

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And here you were, thinking the Spanish were the pimentón leaders of the world. Fool! These Hungarians are out of control. There’s so much paprika in here you’d think the…

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Krakoviak

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For some – not including anyone of Polish origin – going into Krakoviak is a giant WTF!? No clue in here, whatsoever. I mean, I can tell that beer is…

Hungaryto Barcelona Hungarian restaurant

Hungaryto

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It’s very unlikely the Hungarian woman who made the artifacts that grace Hungaryto’s walls knew her wares would end up in Barcelona in her son’s new (-ish at this point)…