Poncelet Cheese Bar — Barcelona, Spain

A restaurant with a long decorated table, blue chairs, patterned rug, a pendant light and a large window.
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Spanish cheese master Poncelet has expanded its enterprise to launch a new cheese bar in Barcelona. Like its sister restaurant in Madrid, this outpost serves up a traditional Spanish menu, accented of course, with produce from its own state-of-the-art ripening centre. Designed by Valencian studio EstudiHac, the colourful eatery includes an impressive vertical garden, library area and cheese cave. And with more than 140 varieties to choose from, the company have made it effortless, by categorising its produce according to country, animal and intensity - a tactic that builds on its goal to educate consumers on the diversity of Spanish cheeses.

A restaurant with decorated tables, chairs, potted plants, dark marble flooring, a decorated ceiling and large windows.

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A restaurant with decorated tables, chairs, a bar counter and a large plant feature.

(Image credit: TBC)

A restaurant with decorated tables, chairs, a pendant light, a food serving counter and a wood and glass cabinet with baked goods inside.

(Image credit: TBC)

A restaurant with a long white marble counter with a variety of cheese on it and chairs in front of the counter and shelving behind.

(Image credit: TBC)

ADDRESS

Avinguda de Sarrià 50
Barcelona
Spain

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