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Av. de Mistral, 54, Barcelona
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This new Mexican spot has received non-stop buzz since they opened in 2022. It’s one of the few (if only) fine dining Mexican spots in Barcelona using staple spices and techniques from Mexico, but with top-notch Spanish ingredients. You won’t have to make many choices: there are two tasting menus, and the only difference between them is the what kind of main (one has dishes like Iberian pork or avocado with mol, the other includes steak or lobster). 

The great news is that every menu comes with scene-stealers like the seafood tostada, the tequila “cloud,” and the decadent triple pork bun. And while Come may take its food rather seriously, the dining room with its bright colors and clothless tables is all fun.

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