Born Street Food means stoves in the street, the best kitchens in the Born and live music. The foodie festival of the year in Barcelona is held in Pla de Palau square. It will be three days of fresh and local products, casseroles, grills and stoves in the street for the best chefs of the Born to prepare before your eyes delicious gastronomic proposals. All accompanied by a selection of wines and beers, and wrapped in music throughout the day. This gastronomic festival, organized by the Barcelona Born Gourmet association, has attracted more than 15,000 people in its last editions.
About the 2023 edition of Born Street Food
In this year's edition you will be able to delight yourself with the latest gastronomic novelties from 18 top restaurants. Plaza Pla de Palau will bring together some of the city's best chefs, such as Joan Bagur, renowned for his excellent Mexican cuisine at Oaxaca Cuina Mexicana. Also present will be the Viñaspre brothers, famous for their emblematic Basque grill at Sagardi. In addition, we will count on the creativity of Dani Rueda and his innovative tapas at Tapeo Born.
Eva Vila, expert in cheeses from Vila Viniteca's Teca, will offer us her knowledge in wine pairing, while Restaurant Cadaqués will surprise us with its rice dishes cooked over orange tree wood. You can also enjoy the renowned Japanese tavern Ikoya Izakaya and its exquisite robata, a Japanese grill. Claudio and Yoel Vainberg from Foro Restaurant will be representing the Argentinean grill. We cannot forget the historic fish rice dishes of Barra del 7 Portes, nor the magnificent pasta of Marc Villà at Bronzo Bar e Cuina.
Among the great novelties, you will find Jon Cake, who will captivate you with his famous artisan cheesecakes. Also present will be the restaurant Llamber, which highlights the flavors of Asturian and Catalan cuisine.
Admission is free, but they ask for a minimum consumption of 3 tickets.
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