With the motto of 'good food, good mood’, which is proclaimed on a poster adorning this contemporary and cosmopolitan café, Rodríguez & Co’s philosophy is healthy (and, they say, fun) cooking, based on four elements: juices, smoothies, sandwiches and salads. Among the latter you'll find creations such as the Asilah (couscous, chickpeas, vegetables, almonds and raisins, with yoghurt dressing), and one with spinach, poached egg, sun-dried tomatoes, apple and dried fruits.
Eating salad at a restaurant in Barcelona may sound like a boring choice compared to all of the gastronomic classics the city has to offer, but hear us out. These eight locations aren't just offering your regular old greens: their takes on healthy meals are creative, interesting, and far from blah. If you've been noshing on nothing but heavy fried tapas or had one plate of paella too many, these are the spots to hit for a delicious reset.