In Barcelona restaurants under the “wing” of Tragaluz Group are renowned for their quality in terms of food and service, as well as the design of their restaurants located throughout the city. From ShBarcelona we want to invite you to know deeply especially one, the Bar Lobo in the Raval neighbourhood, near the Rambla. Don’t be put off by the preconceptions that have restaurants or bars that are close to this popular and tourist avenue, here you will not find paellas with dyes or giant glasses of sangria for 20 euros. Here you have some “gourmet tapas” with oriental touches made with quality ingredients and with incomparable results.
Address: Pintor Fortuny No. 3.
Phone: 934 81 53 46
Time: Monday through Thursday from 12:30h to 24:00h / Friday open until 14:30 h / Saturday and Sunday from 11:00 to 24:30h / Thursday, Friday and Saturday until 2:00 am.
What do you have to try at Bar Lobo?
On the first floor you will find a bar in which no “tapa” or dish will disappoint you. Everything is delicious and prepared with the freshest seasonal produce. They say the grilled artichokes with slivers of ham are a good choice, for example, but that the “padrón” peppers are not far behind, traditional “patatas bravas” prepared with a mild sauce, or tempura asparagus with romesco sauce, the fried eggplant with honey, the mushroom toast, sausage and truffle, or the tuna tataki with guacamole. If this previous list doesn’t make you go there, wait to get to Bar Lobo and read the menu or smell the dishes that are going to other tables.
Besides the tapas, you can also enjoy some “snacks” and salads of all kinds or carpaccio beef with parmesan. If you are more hungry there is also a good supply of dishes for you: rigatoni with pesto and fresh tomato, seafood rice, a traditional fried eggs with potatoes and ham, chicken fajitas with guacamole, etc. And don’t forget the desserts… If you want to eat something sweet you have several to choose from: lemon pie, brownie, thin apple tart, crème brûlée, ice creams of various flavors, etc.
On the top floor you’ll find a Japanese tavern lovingly decorated where they serve miso soup, Japanese dumplings, noodles, yakisoba, wok-fried with mushrooms and ginger rice, and many more oriental dishes you must try.