About Foodie in Barcelona
I’m not a greedy person but I am a curious person. “Curious about food, culture and what other people put in their mouth” as my blog says.
I write about where to eat in Barcelona.
For me, eating out is the best way to get to know a city. I often go alone. I peek into the kitchen, I eavesdrop on the servers’ conversations, and I watch the people eating around me. I feel my way along the afternoon until I pick up the faint pulse of a narrative.
And the food of course! I like to eat. (Quality not quantity). I like to contemplate a plate of food: flavour, composition, and seasonality are all clues to the eventual story that I will relate to you.
In my thirties, I re-trained as a chef at Leiths School of Food and Wine. I worked in various kitchens in London. It was during this stint that I learned what a hard graft people in the food industry have.
Despite the challenging aspects of working with food, I was hooked. It’s been my portal into exploring Barcelona.
About Foodie in Barcelona…
I try to eat at a range of places: low, middle and high end.
This is a personal blog. It illustrates my likes and dislikes – it is an entirely subjective thing so you may find your taste is entirely different from mine.
I pay for my own meals. If I do accept an invitation for lunch – this will be clearly marked at the bottom of the blog post.
There are no hidden advertorials on my blog.
Lastly – if you have a favourite place you think I should visit send me an email at info(at)foodieinbarcelona.com
Work with me?
New York magazine recommended my blog as essential reading for Barcelona. I’ve contributed to the local guide: Miniguide. Also, 2021’s Where to Eat in Barcelona’s Tourist Heavy Old Quarter and How the Pandemic Changed Barcelona’s Restaurant Scene.
I am the main writer for Eat Like a Local Barcelona – Published by Bloomsbury 27 of June 2019.
I am available for public speaking, custom tours, and trend scouting.
If you would like me to write for you – just drop me an email
Download the Foodie BCN App on iTunes for an easy to use, carefully curated guide!
Download the Voicemap “A Culinary Tour of El Born” for a guided audio tour with me as your guide!
In the city for a weekend or a short trip and just find it all overwhelming. Read my Barcelona: Where to Eat City Guide for a quick reference to what you shouldn’t miss.
Thanks for reading!