Casa de les Punxes
Puig i Cadafalch’s Casa Terrades is better known as the Casa de les Punxes (House of Spikes) because of its pointed turrets. This...
Església de les Saleses
A singular neo-Gothic effort, this church is interesting because it was designed by Joan Martorell i Montells (1833–1906), Gaudí’s...
La Cigale is a very civilised place for a cocktail, with oil paintings on the walls, gilded mirrors and leatherbound volumes scattered...
Enthusiastic young chefs turn out beautifully presented dishes in this bright, Scandinavian-style setting. Indulge perhaps in raviolis...
Carrer del Rosselló 325 · interesting places nearby
Can Kenji information
If you want to go Japanese in Barcelona, this is the place. The chef of this understated little izakaya (the Japanese version of a tavern) gets his ingredients fresh from the city's markets, with traditional Japanese recipes receiving a Mediterranean touch. This is fusion at its very best.
Choices include sardine tempura with an aubergine, miso and anchovy purée, or tataki (lightly grilled meat) of bonito (tuna) with salmorejo (a Cordoban cold tomato and bread soup).