Sants

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Restaurante: Fenicia

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What a surprise! A Barcelona winter day, mid-morning, we pass Plaça d’Osca heading towards Passeig de Sant Antoni, that large and unattractive street extending out…

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Bodega La General

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Curious fate found Gorka and Edgar hustling tapas together in the classic Bodega La Palma. They got along. Both knew their stuff, having logged countless…

Taberna La Parra {CAS}

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Click here to read in English. Cruzar el umbral de La Parra es como caminar por la casa más surtida (en términos culinarios) de un…

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Bloc Onze

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Can Batlló has been mentioned in these recycled paper pages before. Nos pone. Scha-wing! Formerly a giant textile complex, it’s so large that in 1976…

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Homo Sibaris

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It is said that in the 6th century in the Greek colony of Sybaris the citizens amassed great fortunes, slept on beds of rose petals…

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An-Car

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An-Car is the last of the mohicans. A family business named after two sisters (Ana and Carmen), this bastion of bookbinding is the last of…

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Taverna La Parra {ENG}

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Click aquí para leer en castellano. Crossing the threshold of La Parra is like walking into the most well-stocked (culinarily-speaking) hobbit house from Tolkien’s The Shire….

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La tapadera {reportaje}

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Hemos visitado el futuro. Para vuestra tranquilidad deciros que es barato y está de buen humor. Tras décadas complicándonos la vida, al final se impusieron…

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Bar el Capritxo

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Most of us can slap this one into our Barcelona classics list without reading another sentence. But for the rest, don’t bother if you’re A)…

Bangkok Café

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Phanaeng de puta madre. Tom yam kung in your mouth so sweet and savory. And 900 characters (with spaces) is simply not enough, so straight…

Plaça d’Osca

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Remember your impression of Plaça Reial the first time, back when you saw the buildings, the shape of the square, the fountain and the lamps…