Bo de Bernat
Catalan cuisine on a budget!
Just a stone's throw from Barcelona's Sant Antoni Market, Bo de Bernat is more than just a restaurant - it's a celebration of authentic, affordable Catalan cuisine. Founded by Bernat Dalisay, a Filipino chef with over two decades of culinary experience in Barcelona, this little gastronomic nugget offers an unforgettable culinary experience without breaking the bank.
Bo de Bernat, Catalan market cuisine at an affordable price!
A former member of the Gelida bodega, Bernat has launched his own restaurant, located just a short distance from his old workplace. This culinary handover is palpable in the warm family atmosphere of the place. Bo de Bernat is first and foremost a story of passion and dedication, and you can feel it in every dish served.
The main attraction here? A menu that is an ode to Catalan tradition. Expect to be seduced by dishes such as the legendary carrilleras de cerdo - melting pork cheeks with a crispy crust - and homemade creations such as fricandó croquettes, a treat for the taste buds.
And the best part? No dish costs more than ten euros, with the exception of a 350-gram chuletón, offering a top-of-the-range culinary experience at an affordable price.
Bo de BernatCarrer del Comte d'Urgell, 27, 08011 Barcelona, Spain
Area: El Raval
Website: Bo de Bernat - Barcelona
Opening hours: 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. Tuesday to Saturday/ 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday/ closed on Mondays
Metro/Bus: Sant Antoni
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