TRIED & TESTED: SABOC BARCELONA

November 13th, 2013

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Most striking feature:

The way of cooking. At Saboc they’ve compiled a menu based on four ways of cooking: raw, low temperature, with stoves and griddles. No big plates, but small, simple dishes with an unique taste. At the square where Mercat del Born recently opened its doors after years of renovation, Saboc opened the doors in the same week. They are in good company because Cafe Kafka and Big Fish are to be found on the same square. The modern yellow chairs are really striking, just like the wooden desk and the cork coasters as a funny detail. Fortunately, they keep the original details. The beautiful floor, stone walls and the view from the toilet to the restaurant (not on the toilet itself, but in the space where you can wash your hands). Open for lunch and dinner.

Check out: www.saboc.es

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Copyright pictures: www.petitepassport.com – made with my Canon EOS M

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2 Responses to “TRIED & TESTED: SABOC BARCELONA”

  1. aline says:

    Is Lazarro Violan the designer? Gorgeous! Thanks for the tip, I will try it when I go!

  2. nienke says:

    Great spot, good food and don’t forget to walk in after 21.30 as that is wehn the crowds come in! thanks for the tip! XN

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