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    Mediterranean | Eixample

    Amar Barcelona is chef Raza Zafra’s restaurant at the Palace Barcelona. It specialises in seafood and takes its name from its love for Barcelona. It is the embodiment of the sea, the Mediterranean, and the city’s culture and traditions.

    Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes, 668, 08010, Barcelona | Tel:931 039 988 | Email: | Web:

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    2 | BALMES 103

    Catalan | Eixample

    A pioneering, dynamic restaurant with a seasonal menu. Clearly inspired by Mediterranean cuisine combined with international dishes and a philosophy that seeks to reflect the city’s cosmopolitan nature.

    Balmes, 103-105. Hotel Barcelona Center, 08008, Barcelona | Tel:932 730 000 | Email: | Web:


    3 | CAELIS

    Signature | Ciutat Vella

    Chef Romain Fornell has held a Michelin star at his restaurant Caelis since 2005. Its three tasting and wine-pairing menus, one of them vegetarian, are particularly recommended. It also has a set lunch menu at a very competitive price.

    Via Laietana, 49. Hotel Ohla Barcelona, 08003, Barcelona | Tel:935 101 205 | Email: | Web:


    4 | CENTONZE

    Market-fresh | Ciutat Vella

    You’ll find CentOnze (the number 111 in Catalan) restaurant just 111 steps from the city's most iconic food market, the Boqueria, from where it sources the produce used in its dishes. They are made with fresh, local ingredients packed with Mediterranean flavours in keeping with its “from market to table” philosophy.

    La Rambla, 111. Hotel Le Méridien Barcelona, 08002, Barcelona | Tel:933 164 660 | Email: | Web:



    Signature | Eixample

    Lasarte is Barcelona’s temple to the cuisine of Martín Berasategui, the chef with the most Michelin stars in Spain. With “chef of emotions” Paolo Casagrande at the helm, Lasarte serves haute cuisine with surprising artistic touches in a modern, light and airy, state-of-the-art interior. The chef’s table, on a glass-walled mezzanine above the kitchen, seats eight people and provides a close up view of the dishes being made.

    Mallorca, 259. Hotel Monument, 08008, Barcelona | Tel:934 453 242 | Email: | Web:



    Market-fresh | Sants - Montjuïc

    Victor Torres, the youngest Spanish chef to earn a Michelin star, is at the helm of Quirat, the restaurant at Barcelona’s Hotel InterContinental. The dishes are inspired by the produce of the land. Two tasting menus that change with the seasons.

    Avinguda Rius i Taulet, 1-3, 08004, Barcelona | Tel:934262223 | Email: | Web:



    Signature | Eixample

    Virens is Almanac Barcelona hotel’s restaurant, led by Michelin-starred chef Rodrigo de la Calle. His cuisine is focused on vegetables, followed by a selection of rices, as well as top-quality meat and fish. We focus on sustainability and product quality, using local, orgànic and Km-0 products. Green haute cuisine has made Virens the favourite place for culinary innovation and sustainable gastronomy lovers. Our restaurant also has a menu of natural wines, craft beers and kombuchas that perfectly complement the food.

    Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes, 619, 08007, Barcelona | Tel:930 187 451 | Email: | Web:



    Signature | Eixample

    You can enjoy the most traditional dishes from the Terres de l’Ebre at the restaurant Xerta in Barcelona. Chef Fran López creates signature dishes with innovative twists from local, quality, seasonal produce. The food markets in the Ebro Delta and Barcelona are the source of ingredients from around the world that are used in the culinary techniques that respect the essence of the dishes.

    Còrsega, 289, 08008, Barcelona | Tel:937 379 080 | Email: | Web:

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