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Comment on Me by joshtalmud Tue, 07 Oct 2014 18:05:14 +0000 Hey Suzy, how things going? I’m setting up a 2 week pop-up brunch restaurant called Tahini in London, recreating some of the great breakfasts we had on our travels last year. Have a look at the new blog I started. Hope all is well with you.

Comment on Me by Catherine & Fabian Thu, 02 Oct 2014 11:27:03 +0000 Awesome blog! Will definitely refer to your blog upon future travels! Food is the best part of traveling. Glad I stumbled upon your blog.

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Comment on Me by Brian Fri, 25 Jul 2014 18:01:08 +0000 Thanks for the suggestions… I just put my restaurants and activities in an excel spreadsheet and will be plotting them on a map. I have Tickets on my dream list.. and I was told if I just show up they may put me at the bar. Unfortunately, they are completely booked online :(. I do have a foodie walking tour printed out.. just need to get info about the specific places on the tour. What are your thoughts on La Bocqueria?

Comment on Me by Suzy Fri, 25 Jul 2014 09:55:19 +0000 Hi Brian –
Well, you don’t have any of the Albert Adria places. Of which the best experience (imo) is Tickets but I don’t suppose they will have a space. You could always try on the off chance that they have a spare place.
I also like Tapas 24 from Carles Abellan (a lot more than his michelin place in fact) it is off the Passeo de Gracia. Go at slightly off peak times (like early for lunch e.g. 12:30) so you don’t have to waste your time waiting in line and try to get a seat at the bar.
I would also suggest you group your restaurants by area because getting from one of the end of Barcelona to the other takes some time.
There are also some food tours around but I haven’t tried them yet so I can really recommend one.
Hope that helps you somewhat.

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Comment on Me by Brian Wed, 23 Jul 2014 01:45:05 +0000 Hi there!

Stumbled upon your blog as I was doing research for my eating agenda when I am in Barcelona. I have to say that my head is spinning with all the different reviews that one can read online. I was wondering if you have any suggestions for restaurants/food related activities that I might be able to do myself. I have never been to Barcelona and I will be landing on the 31st and will be by myself until the afternoon on the 1st. I am staying at the Melia Serra and will be doing some sight seeing the day I land. I have written down a few places like La Pepita, Quimet & Quimet, El Quim, La Taberna del Clinic, Tapeo, anem de tapas… And the list goes on and on. If you only had one day in Barcelona… and love to eat a lot (6 times a day) and everything… how would you spend it? I have a tour from 11-1:30 to familiarize myself a little… but free that afternoon/night and the following morning.

Any advice you would have for me would be awesome. Maybe I can get about the business I should be tending too rather then writing restaurants down like a crazy person.

Much thanks!


Comment on Me by Suzy Tue, 22 Jul 2014 22:43:30 +0000 Hi Nir –
Thanks for your comment. I know Onna, it’s fantastic and they do great one off events too. I am waiting to go back and get better pictures because when I first went they didn’t have their full menu up and running.
And I love Skye. I wrote about it. And also about the great pop up brunch they did a while back with the guys from CloudStreet bakery who I understand used to have the Federal coffee shop in Barcelona before they sold it off.

Comment on Me by Sugar & Spice bakery, Amsterdam Tue, 15 Jul 2014 13:03:06 +0000 Hi Suzy

First of all I would like to thank you for your recommendations and posts, its been very helpful!

On our stroll today in poble nou district we found two coffee places that i think you should visit & perhaps review. The first one is called onna coffee that are roasting their beans ( costa rica ) and giving cupping and tastings workshops. Amazing coffee and latte art . Its in the valkiri hub building. The other place is called sky coffee

Maybe you already reviewd the places i just thought its worth tipping you

Have a great day :)

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