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Casa Perris: the world in a sack

26 abril, 2014 |

Here’s an example of our most traditional shops: Casa Perris (our neighbours in el Born), a place full of sacks: sacks of rice, sacks of cereals and sacks of pulses, from the most basic to the most exotic, in Casa

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Fleca Balmes, the everlasting passion for bread

20 marzo, 2014 |

Here’s another entry of our welovebread series! We can’t help ourselves from writing about it, because bakeries in Barcelona are a-ma-zing! Here’s one of the oldest in town, Fleca Balmes. Existing form 1908, it was opened by  Manuel Crespo, the

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Casa Gispert, roasted smell in Barcelona since 1851

15 febrero, 2014 |

Old style, tradition, knowledge and passion for what they do are the main ingredients in Casa Gispert. A Nut-roasting venue that exists since 1851…Read more 

Colmados, ultramarinos and pieces of history in town

5 febrero, 2014 |

Here’s one of our best advices every time some people comes to bcnKITCHEN to a cooking workshop: try to visit some colmado, the spanish old name for epicérie or the local old…Read more 

Brunells, a corner for history and sweets

21 junio, 2013 |

Entering in Brunells chocolaterie is like travelling back in the times where the families had a cake on sundays and nobody had heard about the television: oldstyle lettering, antique pictures, traditional furniture…Read more 

Can Culleretes, the historic restaurant

26 abril, 2013 |

Barcelona’s oldest restaurant, and the second restaurant appeared in Spain, Can Culleretes was opened in 1786. Good Catalan cooking at very reasonable prices, notably their cannelloni with cod, or “escudella i carn d’olla”, the most typical dish…Read more 

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