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A minimalist design with plant dividers give Koku Kitchen Buns a trendy look. The sister restaurant of Koku Kitchen Ramen and Koku Kitchen Ramen & Gyoza Bar, this place is among the top of the lot in the culinary map of the city for Asian street food. Elevating the humble buns to a creative version, they are prepared daily. These fluffy and light steam buns come with a variety of delicious fillings. These include the likes of Angry Chicken Bao, How Now Cow and Rou Jia Mou. You can also try their Asian tapas which are equally delicious. Tipple on craft beer or cocktail.
After tapas and paella, churro represent Spain's food culture in a nutshell. A delicious, deep-fried pastry that has become a part of people's everyday life, churro are sold across the city, but Xurreria J. Argiles stands as a local favorite. Open around the clock on weekends, this is the place to devour this traditional sweet snack with a hot cup of gooey chocolate while soaking in the city's beauty. Explored by tired travelers for a sweet detour during the day and by party goers for a mid-night binge, Xurreria J. Argiles is the city's sweet spot that one must not miss.
Chivuo's aims to delight you with the American staple, and does in style. This is a chain restaurant with three locations in the city, and its Carrer del Torrent de l'Olla branch is explored by locals and travelers alike. Known for their sheer size, the burgers created here come most recommended for those with a voracious appetite. Moderately priced, Chivuo's specials come stacked with a succulent patty, tones of toppings and sauces dripping over, and they are worth the messy affair. They also serve robust craft beers to complete your burger bliss.