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If you’re looking for a sophisticated lunch or dinner in Madrid, look no further than Cilantro Gastrobar. We stopped by for lunch one day after reading a little bit about the place on Conde Nast and of course, they were spot on. This place serves some really nice food that makes for pretty pictures and a satisfied belly.
Can Paixano Barcelona (Xampanyeria) is not for the weak-kneed or faint of heart. It’s the real deal. It’s a loud, crowded, rowdy, messy, salty, drunken experience not to be missed. Located on a narrow side street in the Barceloneta neighborhood of Barcelona, Can Paixano is safely hidden from the unwashed masses of tourists plaguing nearby La Rambla.
After boarding our flight, we finally got our meals … Just kidding. We wanted to let readers know that both Alex and I will be doing some traveling this summer so you can expect to see international food reviews on the blog very soon. I will be going to Taiwan and Singapore and eating my heart out – as the food is incredibly cheap in Asia – whether it be street food or night markets, while Alex will be traveling to Vancouver and San Francisco eating in a slightly more civilized manner (as opposed to gobbling up everything in sight, like I will). Stay tuned!