The Passeig de Gourmets Gastronomic Festival

The Passeig de Gourmets Gastronomic Festival

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The fourth edition of Passeig de Gourmets has just ended. The culinary wizards at the 18 participating restaurants have done their magic and treated their clients to very exciting dishes from 28 April to 8 May. See the official festival website for more details about the dishes and menus.

The Passeig de Gràcia gastronomic festival has served more than 14,000 dishes and 2,000 tasting menus in ten days.

The Tour of Dishes for €7 is a selection of larger-than-normal half portions, so that diners can taste all the flavours in snack format.

The Tasting Menus for €50 take the gastronomic experience a step further, and for the first time ever, this year, for an additional €15, the menus are available with a wine pairing option.

The participating businesses were:
1. Alma Barcelona (El Jardín del Alma)
2. Almanac Barcelona (Restaurante VIRENS)
3. Claris Hotel & Spa (La Terraza del Claris)
4. H10 Casa Mimosa
5. Hotel Casa Fuster (Cafè Vienés)
6. Hotel Royal Passeig de Gràcia (83.3 Terrace Bar)
7. Majestic Hotel & Spa Barcelona (SOLC)
8. Mandarin Oriental, Barcelona (Banker’s Bar and Blanc)
9. Monument Hotel (Terraza Verbena)
10. MR PORTER Barcelona
11. Restaurant Ametller Origen – CASA SEAT
12. Santa Eulalia (The Bistrot)
13. Sintonia
14. Solomillo
15. The One Barcelona (Somni Restaurant)
16. ME Barcelona (Belbo Terrenal and Belbo Fasto)

Brands that support Passeig de Gourmets

Estrella Damm and gastronomy are an inseparable pair. Brewed following an original recipe dating to 1876, from a blend of barley malt, rice, and hops, 100% natural ingredients, its link with gastronomy means it is passionately committed to the best national and international proposals. The Passeig de Gourmets wouldn’t be the same without it.

Royal Bliss, the premium range of mixers by Coca-Cola, is a contemporary brand that inspires consumers to enjoy diversity and mixes. Designed and developed by Coca-Cola in Spain, these mixers feature complex and nuanced flavours, in a total of ten varieties grouped in four segments: contemporary tonics, aromatic mixers, citrus mixers and classic mixers, including a “sugar free” version with clear citrus notes and slightly sweet taste.

The D.O. Cava was also part of this edition with pairings that demonstrate the tremendous versatility of cava and its infinite capacity to harmonise with gastronomic trends at participating restaurants. With more than 70% of export sales, Cava ranks top of the list of Spanish D.O. exports. It is produced on more than 38,000 hectares of vineyards tended by more than 6,800 winegrowers. The 370 associated wine producers are present in more than 100 countries. Cava, in universal harmony with gastronomy, is made using the traditional method with a commitment to origin, the land and sustainability.