• Momo Barcelona
  • In the spirit of the owner’s reverence for history and tradition, this haven of tranquility can be found nestled in the heart of the old Jewish quarter within the Barri Gotic. When Kaori, the brains behind Momo (Japanese for "peach") first arrived in Barcelona 15 years ago, the frustration of eating Eastern food with only Western utensils eventually led her to source traditional crockery from Japan, Korea and Vietnam herself. Many of the… More info
    C/ Arc de St. Ramón del Call, 6, Barcelona, 08002
  • Ganiveteria roca Barcelona
  • For more than a century, Ganiveteria Roca has been furnishing Barcelona with knives, scissors, razors and every other imaginable cutting device. Master knifemaker Ramon Roca learned his trade in Solingen and Paris, the most famous knife-producing centres of their day, before bringing his expertise to Barcelona in 1911. Ganiveteria Roca moved to its current corner of Plaça del Pi in 1916 and Ramon died just two years later, leaving his… More info
    Plaça del Pi 3, Barcelona, 08002
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