Food & Wine

Ovnew: a GALACTIC food experience

Chefs Giraldo and Lieberman, from Spoonik, open a new restaurant devoted to sensory dining in the glass dome of the Hesperia Tower hotel in Hospitalet de Llobregat

Wine cellar. ANNA VICENS

Wine route through Pla de Bages

In the morning:Heretat Oller del Mas (Manresa)The Oller del Mas winery is to be found in a privileged area amid the mountains of Montserrat and the Sant Llorenç de Munt i l’Obac natural park, located...

Wine cellar. ANNA VICENS

Wine route through DO Empordà

In the morning:La Vinyeta (Mollet de Peralada, Alt Empordà)This young project in Alt Empordà was set up by oenologist Josep Serra and his wife in 2002. It all began with the purchase of an old vineyard,...

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Cardedeu’s borregos

Legend has it that a baker first made the hard, sweet biscuits by accident

Direkte Boqueria
(Barcelona)

Catalan cuisine with an Asian touch

We’re back with a look at another restaurant that delivers signature cuisine — or cuina d’autor in Catalan — to Barcelona, lucky us! This time it’s Arnau Muñió’s tiny establishment on a corner...

Wine cellar. ANNA VICENS

Wine route through Alt Penedès

In the morning:Celler Vilarnau (Sant Sadurní d’Anoia)The Vilarnau winery is located in exceptional surroundings. The care taken over production, which shows rigorous respect for the environment, and...

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Llavaneres peas

The pèsol garrofal is sweeter and smaller than its more conventional brethren

FISH & CHIPS in BCN

In our latest visit to one of Barcelona’s fine eateries, we stumble upon a version of an old British favourite

January food programme
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A cornucopia of delicacies for the new year

Food fairs and festivals all over Catalonia will be welcoming 2019 with celebrations devoted to a varied range of local specialities, from truffles and edible sea urchins to calçots , green beans and olive oil

Festive dining traditions

“What’s for dinner?” It’s a question we love to ask, but one that often becomes redundant on December 25, given that in so many places the traditional Christmas lunch always consists of the same fare. We take a look at Christmas eating traditions in different parts of the world