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Guests can partake of Cruz's singular cuisine: Options may include pigeon stuffed with foie gras and porcini mushrooms, milk-fed lamb infused with vanilla, and eel with Iberian ham ravioli.
The chic and intimate ABaC sits on the Tibidabo hill at the north end of the city, on a street lined with fantastic (and fantastical) modernist mansions. Full review →
At the foot of Tibidabo mountain, Abac offers French-Mediterranean cuisine prepared by award-winning chef, Xavier Pellicer.
The tasting menu is the only reasonable choice here: trust this chef to give you the best he has. Full review →
This is the showcase of a personality chef, Xavier Pellicer, who creates a self-termed cuisine d'auteur, meaning a menu of completely original dishes. Full review →
Chef Jordi Cruz serves contemporary cuisine in an oasis of peace and tranquility in Zona Alta. Full review →Be sure to anticipate the dulce delights.
Want to experience Barcelona's avant-garde food scene first-hand? Check into ABaC Restaurant & Hotel Full review →
This minimalist designer den continues to stun the critics. Full review →
A memorable gastronomic experience awaits at Abac, which occupies a contemporary building in the upper section of the city. Full review →
Jordi Cruz has regained Àbac’s second Michelin star, making his restaurant once again the essential haute cuisine establishment in Barcelona. Full review →
I love the Begonia’s Pink Panther made with fresh strawberries, the chocolate “rocks,” and the incredible cheese selection, but try the Irish ice cream. Full review →
“Exceptional”, “imaginative” food by chef Jordi Cruz dazzles diners at this “unique” upper Sant Gervasi Catalan with a “chic”, “tranquil” hotel setting. Full review →