This space is where gastronomy converges with history thanks to an extensive menu based on historical cuisine.
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Go around the world and return... where else? to El Born. It was just a matter of time until we found ourselves in one of the most charming neighborhoods of Barcelona and the heart of the tricentenary celebrations of the events of 1714. Moritz just had to be there and that’s why on September 11 (what other date could be more fitting in Catalan history?) we opened a new culinary space, El 300 del Born. You will find it inside El Born Centre Cultural, one of the most symbolic Catalan institutions of Barcelona.
Being responsible for designing the cuisine for this space is a thrilling challenge and one that coincides perfectly with Moritz’s raison d’être. Our culinary approach is centered on three main axes: historical cuisine in which we will revisit and revamp recipes from the past; historiated cuisine in which we will use the facts and legends to inspire new dishes with a touch of modernity; and market cuisine which we couldn’t have any other way given the history of the space we occupy as a market.
The best we can do is give you some age-old advice: Come on in dressed up as Julius Caesar so you can later say, “I came, I saw, I tasted”. The one who tells won’t be deemed a traitor. The culinary choices we offer are so powerful that no matter how you got here or what other people are doing, you might end up sticking around in El Born.