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Petit Comité – Barcelona

When in Barcelona, consider a visit to the informal restaurant of Michelin stared chef Nandu Jubany . You can learn more about Jubany as he is a member of the “Science & Cooking” talks at Harvard University.

The restaurant itself is of modern design, with clean lines and a general air of significance. A combination of formality and professionalism abound.

Our amuse bouche was a calamari salad and potato pillows

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Les Cols – Olot

In the remote town of Olot in la Garrotxa, a volcanic area in the north of Catalonia; chef Fina Puigdevall – with the help of RCR Architects – put forth Les Cols; a stunning two star Michelin restaurant; voted most beautiful in the world by a handful of publications.

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Santa Caterina Market – Barcelona

Santa Caterina Market, is the oldest covered food market in Barcelona. It is much less touristic then the Boqueria and the wares are pure Cataluña, with fresh seafood in all its forms.

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Cuines Sta Caterina – Barcelona

Inside the Santa Caterina Market, one of the less touristic food market in Barcelona, is Cuines Sta Caterina. Yes, it appears slightly touristic at a glance, but don’t let that keep you away. It is a quality restaurant with real food, outdoor dining and a few different ways to eat; from standard tables to styled dining bars.

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Cornelia & Co – Barcelona

Cornelia and Co is a stylish deli style coffee shop/wine bar/ bakery designed by GCA architects. A lovely interior made up of decoupage chairs and rustic elements provide a nice backdrop for the best coffee we had during our Barcelona trip.