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Bar Lobo is a funky haunt which can is a café, restaurant and even a late-night bar depending on when one visits it. A minimalistic décor of stainless steel bar stools and low couches combined with a laid-back ambiance add to the charm of this place. Guests can enjoy the pleasant weather seated in the spacious terrace while experimenting with the menu which boasts of sandwiches, pasta, salads and rice dishes. This place is quite a favorite with party people in their 20s and 30s who enjoy the music by the in-house DJ who spins Spanish favorites and a lot of U2. A must-visit for its sheer versatility.
Located in the heart of Barcelona, Espai Mescladís is one of the best places in the city to savor the diverse flavors of the Mediterranean coast in an alfresco setting. The restaurant has a casual and rustic vibe, making guests feel right at home. A great location for a meal with friends, the food is primarily Spanish, but also serve a variety of dishes that are inspired by cuisines from around the globe, making your dining experience an international affair. Sit back in their breezy outdoor setting and savor the delicious fare.
For all you tapas fiends, Chef Sergi Arola brings you an innovative and modern tapas menu for grazing. Settle into any of the foam white chairs or comfortable sofas primped with brightly colored cushions, and order your wine. Let the friendly staff at the Arola help with the choice in case the extensive list baffles you. Designer nibbles include crisp patatas bravas with spicy tomato sauce, fresh salt cod salad with a twist of tapenade and pil-pil of peas, partridge gelée with pickled mushrooms, wood-smoked sardines, and tuna carpaccio. A lot of tasty surprises are also in store everyday. Much care and attention goes into the preparation of every dish, which sets this place apart from other tapas joints. DJ evenings add to your dining experience at this stylish and contemporary eating place. Check the website for exact timings.
Surrounded by gardens, trees and an artificial lake, Anfiteatro welcomes guests to a sumptuous Mediterranean treat in a tranquil and gentle setting. Choose to dine indoors or by the lake, and pick from the diverse range of specialties available - stuffed rabbit, foie gras with pumpkin and orange puree, and lobster with saffron sauce. The dessert menu includes a wide variety of country cheeses and ice creams. If you are looking for a romantic lakeside dining experience, reserve your table now.
Right at the outset, Dos Cielos, perched on the 24th level of the cutting-edge Melia Barcelona Sky, will take your breath away. Having garnered widespread acclaim and awards for the contemporary techniques, the celebrated chef duo of Sergio and Javier Torres bring their signature style to the kitchen. Some of the delightful menu offerings include Gastrovac Cod, Octopus and Seaweed salad and Scallops with Prat Artichokes. The restaurant's obsession with quality ingredients is reflected in their organic herb garden on the hotel's rooftop. The open kitchen offers an excellent opportunity to watch your dishes being crafted, though you might find it difficult to look away from the spectacular city views in the first place. Settle down on the outdoor terrace for a breathtaking experience of floating over the city as you dine.
Vivanda prides itself on using only the freshest ingredients, and that freshness truly comes through in their meals. The restaurant itself is quiet and romantic. The menu changes seasonally depending on what is available.
If you need to impress your date, this is just the place to go! The pretty terrace garden sports festive lights, decorative plants and a charming setting for a memorable dining experience. Chef Isidre Soler puts his skills to the test, artfully serving up the best Catalan-French cuisine from his kitchen to each of his distinguished patrons. Dishes worth a mention include the Pheasant Consommé with foie gras and truffle, sea bass lasagne with seasonal mushrooms and white rosemary butter, and the unique caramelized poached egg with Port. If open-air dining is not your style, the private dining rooms on the lower level provide an intimate option.
Can Travi Nou is nestled in a mythical mansion that dates back to the 17th Century. This Spanish castle is adorned with a vertical floral garden and fairly lights, with earthy tones and charming furnishing on the inside. The menu represents Catalan gastronomy with a hint of contemporary Mediterranean influence. Start off with spinach salad blended with bacon, pine nuts, Roquefort cheese and ice cream, and savor mains like Codfish Timbale au Graten, and Duck Confit served with decadent sides. They feature several dining spaces, each unique in design, that are available on hire for business luncheons, parties, weddings and events.