This author’s restaurant is a good example that the Poble-Sec neighborhood is unstoppable in gastronomic matters. A contemporary creative cuisine, fresh, surprising, without labels, has taken over a neighborhood whose offer goes far beyond the low cost pintxos of Blai Street. Its architect, Bernat Bermudo, boasts an impeccable career in various kitchens in Spain and Peru, training in Hoffman and an always intrepid spirit, transgressor and away from any gastronomic flag.
With its contemporary aesthetics and its open kitchen, Mano Rota has a bar and a small dining room where a series of always surprising and unclassifiable dishes come together.
Carrer de la Creu dels Molers, 4, 08004 Barcelona, Spania