Girona's culinary talents morph into top-quality coffee and Catalan-inspired brunchy favourites starring local ingredients at this energetic German-Canadian–owned cycle-themed cafe. Pillowy artisan torrades (toasts) – perhaps topped with avocado, feta and peppers – arrive on wooden sliders, washed down with expertly poured brews made with beans sourced from ecoconscious suppliers.
Treasure-chest chairs and communal tables fill the stone-walled interior (an old carpenter's workshop), while a perfectly pretty plaça terrace sits out the front. It's popular with everyone from uberkeen cyclists to Girona brunchers. The team can also be found at coffee-focused Espresso Mafia.