Via Veneto enjoys a long and illustrious presence in Barcelona's world of fine dining. Since 1967, the distinguished restaurant has belonged to the city's most select gastronomic establishments, offering classic elegance and a contemporary culinary philosophy.
Via Veneto is one of Barcelona's iconic restaurants, which is reflected in its exceptional history. The service is top-notch, the cuisine boasts a Michelin star, and the wine cellar is extraordinary—located six metres below ground, this enological gem comprises ten thousand wines.
Just the Belle Époque interiors, which evoke the city's Modernista tradition, are worth a visit. And so is the possibility of reserving what was once Salvador Dalí's favourite table.
Headed by José Monje and his son Pedro, with chef Sergio Humada working the kitchen, Via Veneto serves distinctive and familiar flavours prepared with avant-garde flair. This approach yields the likes of tagliolini with slow-cooked Calaf eggs and Graus black truffle confit; citrus-infused pilpil-style cod confit with periwinkles; and roast duck in its own à la presse juice.
Awards & Recognitions: Michelin Star, 3 Repsol Soles, best restaurant in Barcelona (Macarfi guide)