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Restaurant Celerí Barcelona

Restaurant Celerí Barcelona

Restaurant Celerí Barcelona

Address Below Woki Organic Market, Passatge Marimon 5; 08021 Barcelona
between Diagonal and Travessera de Gràcia
Neighbourhood Sant Gervasi – Plaça Francesc Macià | See on map
Metro Francesc Macià [T1, T2, T3], Hospital Clínic [L5]
Telephone +34 93 252 9594
Website http://www.tribuwoki.com/en/restaurante/celeri/
Price EUR 40-60. Lunch menu EUR 22
Hours Mon-Sat 13:30-16, 20:30-23:30

You’d better be a fan of open kitchens if you’re heading to Celerí in this poncy part of Barcelona. You aren’t just given a look into the kitchen, you’re eating right where the food is being prepared; the communal long tables are literally extensions of the worktops. Still, this little party trick doesn’t overshadow the food.

As in the restaurant’s name, fresh produce – all of it from organic or biodynamic growers – takes centre stage. The menu is focused around a handful of vegetables, each of which takes primacy of three interpretations: a vegan, a vegetarian and an omnivore version, the latter with fish or meat.

Showing off the flair that earned him multiple Michelin stars, chef Xavier Pellicer makes every variant a real culinary feast. There’s also a number of excellent starters (both the chicken terrine and the roasted kale are musts) and hardcore carnivores will be comforted by a selection of meat-centric dishes.

It’s a bit pricey – there’s a cheaper, more casual menu to be had in the diner of Woki Organic Market through which you enter Celerí – but it’s a wonderful showcase of sustainable, veggies-first gastronomy. (Note that the wine menu is also all natural.) Booking highly advised.


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