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Restaurants and tapas

Hipster restaurants in Barcelona

Written by Miguel

Barcelona is full of young people, and where’s there’s youth, there are hipsters. That means vintage barbershops, gourmet libraries, post-modern coffee shops, any kind of establishment that you can prefix with “boutique” and, of course, hipster restaurants.

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Say what you want about hipsters, but who doesn’t like to eat in a place with nice, minimal decoration and, perhaps most importantly, very instagrammable dishes? Hipster restaurants are modern, with attentive service and a relaxed atmosphere. Plus, due to this subculture’s obsession with healthy, fresh and local ingredients, the food is great too. One bite and you’ll be wondering if society hasn’t been unfair to these guys this whole time. Maybe hipsters were the best thing to ever happen to us. Why don’t we celebrate it with a meal at one of these Barcelona restaurants?

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Flax & Kale

If you’re looking for a trendy vegetarian or vegan restaurant in Barcelona, Flax & Kale is the place to go. Decorated like a country club but with the cool vibe of an urban bar, this Raval restaurant presents you with a varied menu that promises to delight your taste buds. Highlights amongst the offered wonders are the Flatbread Eggplant Sardine or the Avocado Toast. For dessert, try their awesomely hipster vegan ice cream.

Address: C. Tallers, 74 bis (C. de Gravina)

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Right in the heart of Raval and with an urban chic decoration, Robadora has become the place to go for young people looking for a good meal in a relaxed setting. Amongst the many Spanish and Mediterranean dishes offered on the menu, there’s also space for more adventurous flavours, such as those of their excellent Octopus with Teriyaki. In case you’re feeling more like local, they have some of the best tapas in town, including gigantic patatas bravas. Accompany everything with one of the quality wines on the list and you’ll soon be recommending this fantastic hipster restaurant to all your friends.

Address: Robador 18 | Sant Rafael 7.

That’s it. Embrace our new hipster overlords, and they will reward you with chill places and amazing food. Which one of these hipster restaurants are you going to try first? Let us know using the comment box below. Que vagi de gust!

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About the author


Miguel is a freelance writer and copywriter who believes that words can really take you places - so hop on his words and dare to discover the wonders of Barcelona with him.

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