It seems that every week there are new and exciting bar and restaurant openings in Barcelona. So we decided to round up some of the best here in our blog. This week we bring you Le Petit Brot and Imprfecto.
Le Petit Brot
The warm intimacy of Le Petit Brot gives you the sensation of being in a country kitchen, but in the centre of the Raval.
Le Petit Brot is a vegan juice and smoothy bar serving ‘living juices and foods’ with shelves lined with fresh wheatgrass and bean sprouts, it is clear that the produce here is fresh as well as organic. The organic ethos also influences the design of the space, which has been constructed and designed using recycled materials and natural paints.
A selection of daily dishes, homemade raw food snacks such as kale chips, sprout salads and even raw vegan cheesecake are also on offer.
Le Petit Brot. Doctor Dou 10.
Imprfcto is one of the most original new openings in a long time. A favela-inspired bar, with tables made from repurposed washing machines, a toilet door constructed from a British red telephone box as you enter the toilets, and a toilet used as cdecoration inside the bar.
It could havebeen designer by Renée Magritte so no surprise that the owner is Belgian artist Maxence Dopchie, who considered 20 different cities before he finally decided on setting up in Barcelona.
All beers are imported from Belgium, including Hoegaarden, Leffe and Trappist. The menu is also Belgian, with mussels, waffles, fries and sauces on offer.
This highly original Sant Antoni bar is an experience not to be missed.
Imprfcto. Paral•lel 104.