This new place in the city fits in the category ‘Kitchen and Coffee’, offering continuous opening hours and 100% artisanal food which are suitable for any time of the day.
The products are handmade and use seasonal ingredients which are locally sourced.
On the brunch menu you’ll find original ideas with a slightly british touch – like Kedgeree, a typical dish which consists mainly of smoked fish, boiled rice, egg, butter and curry spices.
La Esquina is another restaurant that cares about people with intolerances or allergies and for that reason the menu indicates the ingredients in each dish which may be “problematic”.
You can also enjoy an excellent mocha here, and all the coffees are prepared by expert baristas playing with the queen of all coffee machines, La Marzocco.
The atmosphere and decoration of the restaurant are magnificent and I adored the ladies’ bathroom! The open space allows you to reserve a table for large groups, or come with a pram.
You can enjoy this brunch around plaza Cataluña on Saturdays and Sundays from 10am to 6pm.
Book your table now to save time and money.
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