Top 7 new dining destinations in Barcelona

Check out some of Barcelona’s newest and most acclaimed restaurants. Here we have compiled for you a list of the newest and best restaurant suggestions, each specializing in mouth-watering menu items that will have you booking your reservations before you can finish this article!

1. Robadora

Specializing in tapas, this Gastrobar was created with the intention of being a great meeting spot that just happens to serve excellent food. With an artsy and well lit atmosphere, this destination is perfect for both a quick drink and extended dinner. With its intriguing teriyaki octopus and steak tartare served French style, you’ll be sure to have an authentic dining experience. Head over to El Raval and find out why this new dining destination has become so popular.

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2. Solomillo

Fresh off the press is Solomillo, an elegant, classic Spanish restaurant. If you’re a meat lover, you’ll be excited to learn about Solomillo’s charcuterie boards, stacked with cheeses that prepare you for the restaurant’s vast selection beef dishes. You have the power to select your own cut and weight of Salers, Black Angus, Nebraska or Friesian beef. The décor of Solomillo is designed by Spanish interior experts, reminding customers of the Spanish roots that this restaurant originates from.

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3. Bellavista del Jardín del Norte

For a new and unique dining experience, make a reservation at Bellavista del Jardín del Norte. What makes this destination special is that its décor is designed to resemble a miniature town. You can eat near the flower shop, the soccer field, the butcher or even the barber. And if the interior design doesn’t impress you, the food surely will. From specialty cheeses to Chinese pork dumplings to grilled prawns and with perfect wines to match, this restaurant is bound to satisfy any of your cravings, as it prides itself on its inclusion of cuisines and cultures from around the world.

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4. Kappo Barcelona

If you’re in the mood for Asian cuisine, be sure to check out Carlos Coca’s new restaurant. Specializing in everything from Indian Tikka Masala to Japanese Tonkatsu, Kappo appeals to all tastebuds. With a small and manageable list of dishes, this restaurant is perfect for those who’d like to taste-test the entire menu. The dishes are beautiful to say the least, but they taste even better.

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5. El Bullí

Gear up for the late 2017 opening of Ferran Adrià’s new restaurant, El Bullí. This upcoming dining experience will be inspired by the art of innovation, as the chefs and designers of the restaurant are prioritizing creativity in the foundation of this restaurant. In addition, the design of the restaurant itself is based on Salvador Dalí’s Portlligat in Girona. Get excited for this culinary adventure and aesthetic masterpiece!

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6. Coco Vail Beer Hall

This revamped 18th century factory puts a modern twist on a classic beer hall. Coco Vail Beer Hall specializes in its selection of locally brewed beer, alongside legendary chicken wings, burgers and pizzacookies. Both Catalan and American, this restaurant is a favorite amongst locals and tourists alike. Pop in for a casual dinner with exquisite food, or a classic beer with friends.

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7. El Fumet de Letamendi

For a traditional Spanish and Catalan meal, book a table at El Fumet de Letamendi. Specializing in fresh meats and paella, this authentic meal is the perfect way to spend a night in Barcelona. The atmosphere alone will make you feel like a real Spaniard, and the exquisite food that accompanies this architectural gem makes it well worth the visit. Take a detour from the tourist-packed streets of Las Ramblas and head over to Eixample for an unforgettable dinner.

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Sandra Roig is Marketing Director at Apartment Barcelona.

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  1. Great post! Barcelona is one of my favorite cities in the world and not as expensive as Paris, for example. Loved the tips!

  2. shelley says:

    What a wonderful list of top restaurants! Just added them to my to my itinerary. Not sure I will be able to try them all out, but will give it a go. Thanks!

  3. DeniseM says:

    El Altar (in the Boquería) and Marea Alta (with a view!) are brand new as well! I mentioned them in my latest blog with restaurants in Catalonia.

  4. Jane says:

    Really liked this post. Are there any new restaurants opening up on the back of the independence drive??

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