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Barcelona's Best New Restaurants

John Kernick Kobe-beef sliders at Cut

Photo: John Kernick

Barcelona's latest crop of eateries is embracing a simple, ingredient-based cuisine—and that ingredient is often seafood. Read the article

Destinations: Barcelona · Born-Ribera

Themes: Food + Drink

Inspired by: Best New Restaurants 2007 — by Anya von Bremzen, Published Mar. 2007

Restaurants (7)

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    Cuines Santa Caterina

    Housed in the renovated Santa Caterina Market, this casual eatery serves four types of cuisine: Asian, Mediterranean, Italian, and vegetarian. Echo

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    Evo

    Located 345 feet above ground, this Michelin one-starred restaurant is housed in a large glass dome atop the Hesperia Tower hotel, just five minute

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    Inopia

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    Lasarte

    Managed by acclaimed chef Martín Berasategui, this Michelin two-starred restaurant is located in the Hotel Condes de Barcelona, which comprises two

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    Mondo

    Overlooking the marina in Port Vell, Mondo is an upscale seafood restaurant by day and a laid-back dance club by night. Located on the top floor of

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    Tapaç 24

    Just off Passeig de Gracia, the city’s Art Nouveau shopping street, Tapaç 24 is great for a breakfast of bocadillos (sandwiches) and cafe con leche

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    Comerç 24

    The opening pun (comer, “to eat,” and Carrer Comerç) is fair warning that Carles Abellán is out to play with your mind and palate. At his sleek, re

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