Sited within Barcelona’s trendy Borne district, a stone’s throw from the storied Gothic quarter, new eaterie Sabor is not a tapas bar, but a restaurant that eschews the traditional three-course meal for a selection of plates to share. Established by chef Iker Eraukin and entrepreneur Eva Baonza, it serves up a traditional Mediterranean menu with a twist: think foie burgers, beef stews, ceviche and the ever-present paella. Housed in a building that previously occupied two restaurants, the new project was designed by interior architect trio Juan Carlos Fernández, Reyes Castellano and Adam Bresnick, who have created a clean, fresh space in muted grey tones, with sharp splashes of lemon yellow.