A tried-and-tested guide to eating out in Barcelona for those with food allergies and intolerances.
Photo by Sam Zucker.
Discovering the artisanal process alive and well in the traditional sweet shops of Barcelona.
Photo by German Parga
The city’s latest obsession shows no sign of putting on the brakes, but is there more to the street food trend than just a slick set of wheels?
The Juice House
Faced with meat-centric menus across town, vegetarians have never had it easy here, but barcelona is finally embracing its herbivore inhabitants.
Photo by Nit Victorio Segura
Social Dining: A new way to eat out in Barcelona.
There are dozens of places to get your fill of tapas in Barcelona, from 100-year old eateries and market stalls that serve up top-notch classic tapas, to gourmet bars where every dish is a creative feat. Here are some of our favourites.
Take a trip to Tokyo courtesy of Iki's twice-weekly all-you-can-eat sushi bar, complete with Lost in Translation soundtrack.
Barcelona has plenty of colourful markets and a greengrocers on every corner. But what’s organic and what’s not?
Treat yourself to a long, leisurely brunch this weekend, at one of our favourite brunch spots in Barcelona.
The third wave of coffee culture is breaking over Barcelona.
Address: Carrer Duc 6, Pral 1ª - 08002 Barcelona
2016 The Noise Lab S.L. All Rights Reserved.
Telephone +34 93 451 44 86
2016 The Noise Lab SL. All Rights Reserved.