It’s easy to see why Yubi has quickly become one of the hottest spots in town—everything from the Eixample location, to the gorgeous space filled with teal tiles and plush velvet sofas, to the excellent food, is done extremely well. 

The restaurant has two different places to eat: the Japanese ryokan-inspired dining room and a more informal tapas and cocktail bar. Both sides are great, but if you’re serious about your food (and we’re assuming you are if you’re reading this guide), the dining room is the place to be. Once you’ve had your fill of Japanese-French-Catalan bites like spring rolls filled with Catalan butifarra sausage, stop by the bar for a cocktail. We like the Osaka made with Japanese Roku gin, lychee, sugar, and egg white.