Akamon also incorporates local games into its portfolio any time it enters a really new market.
While as pointed out by Martí, the launch of Bingo Rider and 5 other games throughout 2013 is the first step to turn Akamon into a mobile first company and will allow Akamon to consolidate its position as a main player in social gaming throughout the company’s natural markets.
while maintaining around 80percent of the games originality. By the way, the geographical focus and specialization in traditional and casino games been key to achieving continual growth in the user base, CEO Vicenç Martí affirms. Having recently launched their first mobile game, Bingo Rider, Akamon hopes to strengthen their position in Latin America where mobile is predominantly used over Desktop. Barcelona’s Tech Startup Update is OUT NOW! Whenever localizing the games to adapt to local versions of the game dynamics, dominating the uthern European and Latin markets, Akamon offers its games through its own site, on Facebook and in addition partner sites. Topnotch’ seafood,rices and fideuas made to perfect, Can Sole has the admirable reputation of being one of a few restaurants in all of Barcelona.
While making it the perfect, soulful setting for a memorable paella in Barcelona, endless framed photographs line the walls of this whitish tablecloth, seaside restaurant.
The fathers of molecular gastronomy, expect to find a lot of foams, flames and edible flowers.
For true foodies and adventureseekers, so do not miss out on Ferran Adrià’s famous thematic tapas bar. Dating back to 1786, Can Culleretes is one of Barcelona’s oldest restaurants. With that said, this traditional Catalan restaurant is right in the heart of the old city, and quite the experience of Barcelona’s hidden past. You see, try one of their different casserole tasting menus for 50, 60 and 70 euros. Suculent, a tiny little tapas bar and restaurant in the Raval neighborhood, had been making waves in the modern tapas scene with dishes like steak tartar in bone marrow and identical rich, creative tapas.
Foodie in Barcelona recently published a handy list of her favorite spots in Barcelona, with a discerning palate and an eye for detail.
Restaurants, cafes, bars and identical gastronomy related experiences, so that’s an awesome intro to the latest and greatest happenings in the Barcelona food scene.
She’s also a big fan of good coffee, that means she’s checked out and favorited better coffeelover spots around. And now here’s the question. Is there any way you know what I am talking about and could give me the name of the place? For instance, I remember doing a daytime food ur with you in Gracia a year ago with a fiend.i´ve been doing best in order to remember the name of that local cafe where you brought us for a pastel de crema catalana but I can´t find it. Here’s one from the archives has an eye for beauty, as well known on her photo diary from a recent trip to Barcelona, as we mentioned above.
Original restaurant in Barcelona to bring countryside fare to the city, Taverna El Glop is a classic in La Vila de Gracia and a few other parts of the city. Fromcalçotades to hearty grilled sausage and white beans,El Glop will transport you to the rustic Catalan countryside in a blink of an eye. Just tell the waiter, perhaps even Pep himself, what you like, and they’ll handle the rest! Cal Pep is undoubtedly amidst the most classic traditional tapas bars in Barcelona. Eventually, there’s no menu, though you won’t need it. You see, with her as she peruses the many eyecatching stalls, explore the city’smost emblematic market, La Boqueria. Post includes some very useful tips and tricks to managing your way around. Oftentimes we know kiwiClaire for a while on a food ur with us while on visit to Barcelona!
Now look, a fantastic tapas bar, restaurant and cocktail bar, Lolita Taperia is the place to take classic Spanish tapas in a modern atmosphere.
Head there on Saturdays to join in on the aperitif hour of vermouth and light tapas. Calçotadas are winter barbecues where the calçot, a Catalan spring onion, is the protagonist. Calçot season is upon us and so if you’re visiting Barcelona between now and March, hurry up and add acalçotadato your priority list. Let the experts at Grantourismo show you how to do it right. While many who came through here on their travels and explorations throughout Spain, through 2014 we had the chance to meet lots of the local bloggers in and around Barcelona.