The Catalan brothers, who are among the best chefs in the world, reveal their favorite addresses in Barcelona
Albert Adrià recommends
The Catalan chef and his brother Ferran co-own six restaurants located in the same area in Barcelona: the neighborhoods of El Poble-Sec and Sant Antoni.
Escribà Gran Via Corts Catalanes, 546 Haute cuisine from award-winning chef Xavier Pellicer.
Céleri Passatge Marimón, 5 Traditional Catalan cuisine from young chef Toni Romero.
Suculent Rambla del Raval, 43 Traditional Catalan cuisine from young chef Toni Romero.
Quimet Quimet Poeta Cabanyes, 25 A tiny bar perfect for drinking vermouth.
La Cañota (photo) Lleida, 7 A tapas bar with “a great cost/benefit ratio,” according to Albert Adrià
El Nacional Passeig de Gràcia, 24 Bis Beautiful culinary complex with several restaurants and bars.
EL Xampanyet Montcada, 22 A Barcelona institution for vermouth.
Ferran Adrià recommends
The Catalan chef ran elBulli, the restaurant that revolutionized haute cuisine until it closed, in 2011. elBulli was selected as the best restaurant in the world by the British publication Restaurant five times.