Upon entering Rebelot, the newest ecological choice for a bite to eat in Barceloneta, you come face-to-face with the cheerful kitchen staff, energetically concocting menu items in the open kitchen to the right of the doorway. The mismatched tables and chairs, turquoise-tiled bar and soft breeze blowing in through the open doors on one side of the restaurant add to the relaxed atmosphere. Rebelot is all about slowfood—a gastronomic culture based on healthy, clean, fair food—and KM0 plates. They work only with local farmers and fishermen, meaning all their ingredients come from less than 100 km around Barcelona. They also pay close attention to the details of each dish. “It’s the details that matter, that set a restaurant apart,” said Kiko, one of Rebelot’s three owners. He also believes word of mouth is the best form of PR. “We let the quality and honest prices of our food speak for themselves. Then our satisfied customers speak for us.”
Rebelot. Baluard 58.