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By Jordi Campo 29.10.13

The well loved ‘Pepito’ (meat sandwich) has been adopted as the culinary ambassador for this new eponymous restaurant located on Pasaje de Domingo, 3 bis just a stone’s throw from Passeig de Gracia in Barcelona’s Eixample neighbourhood. Focusing on the excellence and quality of its raw materials Pepito is a contemporary and stylish Brasserie with a varied culinary offering.

For starters the menu includes a range of traditional tapas ‘Pica Pepito’ exquisitely prepared and presented with originality including the Anchovies in Ceviche with Sweet Potato, Coriander oil, Leche de Tigre and canchitas (Peruvian un-popped popcorn). The ‘Pepitos Gourmets’ are also worth mentioning, presented in a variety of flavours including the ‘Pepito Dupont’ made from Padrón Peppers, Foie and Seasonal Mushrooms. Log fired grilled meats, burgers and a range of tatares are also featured on the menu. Pepito’s desserts do not disappoint, there is a great homemade Crème Catalan Foam as well as the Red Berry Cheesecake. Finishing on a high note the cocktail bar is a beautiful traditional bar counter serving a variety of sophisticated and fresh drinks.

  • Pepito Dupont; Foie Gras, Mushrooms and Padrón Peppers

  • La Tana Salad; Red Spinach and Rockett, Burrata, Fresh Tomato, Basil Sprouts, Balsamic Vinegar, Pine Nuts and Honey

    The interior design is cozy, friendly and charming. A combination of several different spaces; the restaurant features retro, classic and industrial influences. The original wrought-iron beams from the early twentieth century have been refurbished, Modernisme style mirrors, wallpaper from London, antique lamps and a large Chester from an antique shop in Paris combined in surprising ways.

  • Cheesecake with Forest Fruits

  • Creme Catalan Foam

  • Pepito
  • Pasaje Domingo, 3 bis
  • 08007 Barcelona
  • T. +34 93 2506725