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Barcelona Hidden Factory – Hidden Restaurants

Barcelona Hidden Factory
Written by Michael

There are many wonderful restaurants to be found throughout Barcelona. But there is none quite like Hidden Factory. You’ll find this establishment located in the area of the city known as “El Raval”. For many years this neighborhood was considered to be somewhat unsavory due to criminality and uncleanliness but that all changed when home restaurants began opening up. It has brought a completely new vibe to this part of the city, offering visitors really amazing Barcelona gastronomy.

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All about “Hidden Factory”

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The owners of Hidden Factory want to offer a more personalized dining experience to their guests, sharing their passion for cooking with everyone. In fact, chef Javier Morón and his partner, Sergi Salguero, are now offering a dining experience like no other in the form of clandestine restaurants.

Each time one appears it is like no other, as inspiration for the decor as well as the food depend on where the restaurant is situated. Dining at a hidden restaurant every day is completely different, making the whole experience feel totally magical.

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A visit to Hidden Factory is a must

A visit to Hidden Factory is a must when visiting Barcelona. However, if you are staying in the city for a larger length of time, then you might want to learn more about the supper clubs that take place there which have become very much part of the hidden restaurant movement in Barcelona. These supper clubs are run by local hosts from their own homes and some home restaurants allow their hosts to showcase the kind of food they enjoy eating and cooking to complete strangers.

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is like nothing else you will experience. The industrial space in which the restaurant is located, on Joaquín Costa street, has been renovated to show off some of its amazing original features such as the vintage hardwood floors. The large space is able to comfortably receive numerous customers who come to try out some of the venue’s delicious meals.

You won’t find this restaurant being advertised in magazines or newspapers. The only way most have found out about this establishment was through word of mouth.

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About the author

Michael

Michael is a vegetarian, dog-loving, kindle-clutching, sunshine-seeking, adventure-obsessed, responsibility-dodging gypsy who has spent much of the last five years exploring Spain and parts of Europe.

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