Sitting right next to the Mercat del Born, Café Kafka fits right in with the hipster hub of Barcelona with its bohemian-esque character and quirky beauty.
Café Kafka’s cozy atmosphere, beautiful, warm interior, and shelves full of literary classics make it hard to tear yourself away from this vintage haven – but whilst ordered chaos may be the desired aesthetic when it comes to décor, the opposite is true when it comes the food. Offering up a delicious menu of wholesome, fresh, local dishes, which are executed with only the most dedicated precision and care, you’re guaranteed a great meal here. The beef tenderloin tartare and the Russian imperial crab salad are not to be missed by any gastro-phile…
Pop in for a drink, or stay for lunch or dinner, either way and for however long, Café Kafka is the ideal spot for a charming and completely unique pit stop while wandering the streets of Barcelona.