Street food from around the world. Spain: churros, bocadillos, patatas bravas

Sweet or savoury, Spanish street food knows how to conquer everyone. There are many specialties to try, from pancakes to sandwiches, but here we have gathered only three: here’s how these delicious recipes were born.

How will the GOe, "Gastronomy Open ecosystem" of San Sebastián be, designed by Bjarke Ingels Group

Bjarke Ingels Group won the competition for the GOe project, the Gastronomy Open Ecosystem in San Sebastián, the new structure of the Basque Culinary Centre that will open in 2024

Dabiz Muñoz opens RavioXO in Madrid. Ravioli, dim sum, gyoza and more

Gyoza, ravioli, dim sum and other pastas, preferably filled: while waiting to move his DiverXO out of town, Dabiz Muñoz opens RavioXO in Madrid

Malaga’s tropical soul

A little-known aspect outside Spanish borders – and discovered at the Salón de Innovación en Hostelería in Malaga last February – is the production of tropical fruits in Malaga and hinterland, the other flagships of agri-food industry in southern Andalusia....

Pa de Kilo, the quality bakery in Barcelona

With a wide selection of bread types, pastries and viennoiserie, the corner for the sale of gastronomic specialties to open also a coffee spot: here is the new bakery in Barcelona that has made a name for itself.

Barcelona: the elBarri group is undone. Farewell to Albert Adrià's Tickets (and other restaurants)

One of the most solid Spanish restaurant groups, which in Barcelona, in the last ten years, has marked the gastronomic scene, attracting interest from all over the world, comes under the slash of bankruptcy. Tickets, Hoja Santa, Bodega 1900, Pakta...

The manifesto of Spanish chefs in a TV commercial inviting resistance, and doing our best

42 Spanish chefs gathered in Cala Montjoi to shoot the Estrella Damm commercial, which gave them the opportunity to launch a message of resistance in the face of the crisis opened by the pandemic. The core message is, we keep...

Michelin Guide Spain and Portugal 2021: 3 new Two Stars, but no Three Stars

The presentations of the Michelin guide continue and it's the turn of Spain and Portugal: here are the results.

Beyond Tapas: Catalan Cuisine as Food Heritage

The culture of tapas is well known around the world, and very popular in Barcelona, the city with most tourists in Spain. But Catalan cuisine has much more to offer.

Competition. And finally, a Spanish Prosecco, produced by Freixnet

Sooner or later, it was bound to happen. Freixenet, the Catalan winery, one of the top 10 producers in the world and leader in exports of Cava to over 150 countries, recently addedProsecco DOC and Prosecco Superiore DOCG to its...
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