Kailani Ice Tea

Sirvent

Discover Sirvent, this multigastronomic and multigenerational space where elegance and quality meet for the greatest delight of all.

Location: Ronda de San Pau, 67 – Barcelona

Type of food: Cakes, homemade ice cream, croissants, sandwiches, tapas, brunch, healthy ice teas and much more. With so many options, it will be difficult for you to choose.

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The Must-Try: Depending on the time of day and the desire of the moment, you would have to try different things: coconut croissant, brunch with pancakes and smashed eggs, waffle with Nutella and lemon slush. Want to try?

The special touch: For five generations now, Sirvent spreads the authentic and familiar spirit of the family of craftsmen and the know-how of the world of horchatería and artisan gelato.

Crowd: Happiness seeker. 

Dress Code: A bowler hat and a mustache from the 50’s. 

The best table: The closest possible to the ice creams. 

Good for: Family lazy Sundays. 

33/45

The place to be in Raval if you want a cool atmosphere, alternative music and amazing art works, discover this Kailani Place: 33/45

Location: Carrer de Joaquín Costa, 4, 08001 Barcelona (Raval)

Kind of drinks: Cocktail bar – From healthy and delicious ice tea to bottled artesanal beer, pints of Moritz and other Gin Tonic and co.

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The Must-Try: If you’re up to a long night, better get some energy first with those delicious nachos of theirs. Big enough to share with friends or to satisfy a big hunger.

The special touch: The art gallery that takes place in the second room of 33/45 will let you discover new cool expositions every month, while comfortably seated on their sofas.

Crowd: Beautiful hipsters from all around the world.

Dress Code: Show your style in 33/45. No one is going to judge you.

The best table: Go for the sofas in the second room, they’re prized and hard to get. So once you have it, never let it go!

Good for: An afterwork with friends before a late night.

Frankie Gallo Cha Cha Cha

Take a look inside one of the most carefree, wild and delicious pizza places in Raval and probably in all Barcelona, Frankie Gallo Cha Cha Cha. 

Location: C/ Marqués de Barberá, 15 – 08001 Barcelona (Raval)

Price: €€

Kind of food: Bio wholemeal pizzas, burrata mozzarella, porchetta…

The Must-Try: The gorgeous large and creamy burrata, porchetta with tuna and honey dip, and basically any of their fabulous wholemeal pizza with their light dough, freshest ingredients and made by the best pizzaiolos in town.

The special touch: Music, disco ball, red light and a wild atmosphere are waiting for you at Frankie Gallo Cha Cha Cha, the only place in Barcelona where you can feel free to dance on the tables once you’re done filling your stomach.

Crowd: Pizza & music lover, and good vibe hunters.

Dress Code: Italian moustache and arm tattoos.

The best table: Tough choice as any of their hidden corners are perfect to have a good time but one of the best ones would be the ones near by the open kitchen, just to be able to watch the pizzaiolos in action.

Good for: Everything, any occasion, any day of the year.

Demasié

Discover the magic world of Demasié where you will be surrounded by colour, positivity and the best cinnamon rolls in town. Will you be able to resist? 

Location: C/ de la Princesa, 28 – 08003 Barcelona

Kind of food: Rolls, cupcakes, cookies and delicious ice tea.

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The Must-Try: It is not home of the cinnamon roll for nothing! So go ahead and try it, you won’t be disappointed. But don’t hesitate to come back soon after to try one of their many other delicious flavours: chocolate, dulce de leche, Oreo, Baklava…

The special touch: The unfailing good cheer of Marc, the owner of Demasié, and the incredible combined smell of the pastries coming out of the oven.

Crowd: Curious and regulars that followed their heart.

Dress Code: A loose t-shirt to be able to eat a lot without any complex.

The best table: Near by the rolls.

Good for: Cheering up after a bad day.

Zed

Have a look inside Zed, the welcoming French restaurant near by La Sagrada Familia where you can refresh yourself with our healthy ice tea. 

Location: Calle de València, 399 – Eixample,

Kind of food: Fusion of French, Mediterranean and Spanish food.

Price: €€-€€

The Must-Try: The homemade bread, the tasty and wide collection of natural wines and the delicious French desserts will make you travel to Paris without even leaving Barcelona.

The Special Touch:  From another time and modern at the same time, the welcoming atmosphere and the friendly staff of the cozy restaurant are the soul of this beautiful place, renowned for its impeccable service.

Crowd: Families and couples have made this hidden gem home.

Dress Code: A beret, a sailor shirt and a moustache.

The best table: The table on the little terrace outside the entrance to sip a glass of wine while enjoying the friendly neighbourhood.

Good for: Impressing your crush on a first date.

Museu del Disseny

Inside the Museu del Disseny of Barcelona you can enjoy the Cafeteria Sauleda where creativity and design meet gastronomy in a bright and relaxed space.

Location: Museu del Disseny de Barcelona – Plaça de les Glòries Catalanes, 37 – 08018 Barcelona

Kind of food: Fast quality restoration, sandwiches, cakes, soft drinks and coffee.

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The Must-Try: The philosophy of each one of Sauleda’s cafeteria is based on making every dish and cake with the greatest care and the best ingredients. So we recommend you to let yourself be amazed by what they offer and we guarantee that you will not be disappointed.

The special touch: Besides being located at the heart of Barcelona’s artistic creation, the cafeteria space has been designed to provide the best light at any time of the day and for each visitor to feel at home. On one side, the shelving bar, on the other side, two large design benches, as nice as they are comfortable, allow you to take full advantage of the space.

Crowd: Designers and curious creatives.

Dress code: Multicoloured clothes and two open eyes.

The best table: On one of the design benches just near by the window.

Good for: Quenching your creative thirst in a cozy environment.

Lukumas

Fresh, handmade and unique, discover Lukumas’ Greek doughnuts in its two beautiful and delicious shops. 

Location: C/ Valldonzella, 36 – Raval

C/ del Torrent de l’Olla, 169 – Gracia

Kind of food: Greek doughnuts  and other kind of pastries, bagels, juices, coffee and Kailani.

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The Must-Try: The “Lukumas” obviously, classic iced doughnut on which you can chose to add the toping that you prefer. Black chocolate, white chocolate, dulce de leche, the possibilities are endless.

The special touch: The founder Petro, former graphic designer in Greece, continues now the “Lukumas” family tradition in Barcelona. Quality raw material, his doughnuts are handmade daily with the greatest care to ensure a unique flavour. Moreover, the two shops in Raval and Gracia are beautiful. A mix of vintage pieces and fresh colours invite you to stay all afternoon long to eat Lukumas’ delicacies.

Crowd: Sweet teeth hipsters.

Dress Code: A moustache and a belly.

The best table: Hidden in a corner to eat all of the doughnuts with ease.

Good for: Ending your diet.

Bendita Helena

We invite you to Bendita Helena, home of the Comfort Food, where food is not only made with the best organic ingredients but also with lot of love. 

Its concept already convinced honest food lovers and it seems to appeal to more and more curious people looking for authentic and simple food. 

Location: C/ Morales, 27 – Les Corts

Kind of food: Salads, toast, cakes. Always vegetarian, flexitarian and gluten-free.

Price: €-€€

The must-try: Everyday, they offer us a combination of the best products. Quinoa, tomatoes, crusty bread, avocado, homemade cakes and bread… The most difficult part, choosing!

So, we recommend you to allow yourself to be surprised by all the delicacies offered by Bendita Helena, but do try the fantastic Bendita Carrot Cake!

The special touch: Bendita Helena is one of those places where you immediately feel like home. Its atmosphere, just like its employees, is welcoming, and its elegance from another time.

Crowd: Bendita Helena lovers are all different but we can meet many young creatives amongst the most loyal clients.

Dress code: Glasses, a book and good vibes.

The best table: The table that lets you have a look at the gastronomic incubator COOCIO and their chefs always working on the latest delicacies.

Good for: Enjoying a brunch with friends.

Ulabox

An irresistible urge to refresh yourself with Kailani but not feeling in the mood to go out? Fortunately for you, we collaborate with the online supermarket Ulabox where you can order Kailani per unit, 6 bottles or 24 bottles.

Chivuo’s

Discover Chivuo’s, one of the best street food restaurants in Barcelona. Famous for its authentic sandwiches, home made chips and original craft beer. 

Location: Fortunately for us, we can enjoy Chivuo’s burgers throughout Barcelona. Raval, Gracia or Eixample, the toughest part is choosing.

Kind of food: Using their own words, we could say that the kind of food is « Slow Street Food ».

Price: €€

The Must-Try: Although we like them all, our favourite one is the « Chivuo’s » burger. The original recipe combines perfectly with the home made chips and the delicious barbacoa sauce. Then, you’ll only need to refresh yourself with a Kailani and enjoy the moment.

The Special Touch: The jam jars they use as glasses for the craft beer and the old glass bottles that contain the home made sauces give an authentic and friendly touch to all three restaurants.

Crowd: Young people from all around the world who share a passion for quality street food.

Dress Code: Jeans, a beard and Dr Martens.

The best table: The bigger the better so you can order more.

Good for: A Sunday night to finish the weekend as you deserve.