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  • Jamie Oliver - Regina Rodríguez Sirvent

    Interview Jamie Oliver

    Sí, vaig entrevistar a Jamie Oliver i va ser un dels moments més èpics de la meva vida. Aquest és el testimoni: “Em prens el pèl o què? M’agrada tot de Barcelona! Sempre estic…

    May 23, 2016
  • rodriguez and co_breakfast in barcelona-barcelona -team


      The walls are covered by austere wood; simple tables and vintage, uneven mirrors makes the ambiance look like if we were in an isolated bar in Arizona. But fresh flowers in every table,…

    July 21, 2015
  • breakfast in barcelona - La Isabela - Hotel 1898

    Terrace La Isabela – Hotel 1898

    Terrace La Isabela – Hotel 1898 – Breakfast in Barcelona The hall is always cool and smells of figs and vanilla. There is a lot of black and white, dark woods and chesters with capitoné.…

    June 8, 2015
  • Breakfast in Barcelona - Hotel Mirror

    Hotel Mirror Barcelona

      It’s getting really hard to put the legs into the pool; the water is freezing. Half way between the croissant and the coffee, I gather the creppe’s crumbs at the end of my finger.…

    May 15, 2015
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    Zuckerhaus or the sugar house

      Her name is Manuela but she is from Germany. She moved to Barcelona three years ago, and when she went to work every day, from Poble sec towards the center, she passed by…

    April 20, 2015
  • breakfast-in-barcelona-bar

    ‘Croissant’ by Oriol Balaguer

      Those who know about croissants say that the best ones fall apart into crams at the first bite. Crunchy in the outside, buttery smells in the inside, and this is very important: very…

    February 21, 2015
  • breakfast-in-barcelona-regina-rodriguez-sirvent-3

    The good ‘Tarannà’

      Josechu is an architect, he has one of those beards and he says that his bar has helped him be less shy. Apparently it was pretty bad before. One day he arrived in…

    December 7, 2014
  • Breakfast in barcelona - esmorzar i flors a gràcia, barcelona

    De-Goma: Walls talking

      Back then, the street lights were lit by hand. The plaza was illuminated at sunset when the “gas man”, dressed up in a brown-velvet uniform and a flat hat, set up the flame while standing at the top of a stairs. Women…

    July 16, 2014