International Palate: Trendy Restaurants In Barcelona

A journey through the cuisine of a colorful and youthful city: Barcelona!

Welcome to International Palate, Bar Stools Furniture bi-weekly signature that takes you on a journey across the world through the best restaurants and bars to enjoy the best of cuisine and nightlife. This week, we’re taking you all the way to Barcelona, Spain, to a city of culture and cuisine, ready to discover some of the trendiest restaurants this charming location has to offer!


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SOFIA Be So Gastronomic Restaurant

Be So specializes in haute version of hotel-dining-room classics like steak tartare and oysters. With a unique wine selection, this restaurant takes its visitors by storm. However, it’s not only the great food and incredible wine that wins people over, but also the interior design, a mix of white and elegant tones of gold.

Cocina Hermanos Torres

Located in a nearly 9,000-square-foot industrial warehouse, this restaurant is a personal project of celebrity-chef brothers Sergio and Javier Torres. It doesn’t just impress in terms of cuisine, and delicious menu, but also when it comes to architecture and interior design. Their incredible dishes are a homage to the recipes of their mother and grandmother, such as sunflower-seed ice cream and a a faux “rice” with vegetables.

Os Cinco

Located in a former nightclub venue, El Cinco is chef Josep Armenteros’s Barcelona debut. The menu is full of seasonal dishes with deliciously fresh ingredients, drawing much inspiration from working with Michelin-starred chef Carles Gaig. The boneless duck with pears and millet, the partridge with cabbage, and the menorquin de ensaimada (a typical brioche from Balear Islands) with sobrassada (Majorcan sausage) and cheese, is all part of this amazing menu that is heavy on vegetables and desserts. Definitely a must visit!

RICE! by Sánchez Romera

Sánchez Romera left his career as a neurologist to follow his dream of becoming a chef, and followed an unconventional path when opening Rice!, a colorful restaurant based around… well, rice!  Multi-textured rice varieties are the star of unique dishes like black rice with curry prawns, cuttlefish, and kombu velouté, and the Barcelona roll — six maki rolls made with different rices and filled with an array of vegetables and seafood. If you’re a rice lover, this restaurant is unmissable!

Plata Bistro

The chefs at Plata Bistro strive to keep the dishes simple. Very simple. In fact, the dishes are low on the number of ingredients, yet still keep the immense flavor that makes this such an amazing restaurant. Through clever techniques and seasonal ingredients, the minimalist dishes have mass appeal. The menu changes continually and is projected on the wall of the restaurant, giving a unique touch to the experience. The dishes are made with ingredients sourced from the local farmers market. Think chanterelles with a fried egg, chicken with Swiss chard and foie gras, or fresh strawberries with mascarpone and balsamic.


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