September 30th, October 1rst and 2nd 2022 • Plaça Pla de Palau (Born)

We meet again at the 10th edition of the foodie party par excellence with 16 top restaurants, gastronomic novelties and local DJs selected by Fred Guzzo, at street level, in Pla de Palau Square.

Some of the city’s best chefs will meet up again. Joan Bagur, standard-bearer of the best Mexican cuisine in Barcelona at Oaxaca Cuina Mexicana, the international Viñaspre brothers and their legendary Sagardi Basque grill – who have just attended the Meatopia festival in London, an international benchmark for fire cooking – and Dani Rueda with his creative tapas at Tapeo Born. Eva Vila, the great expert in cheeses from La Teca de Vila Viniteca and the wine pairing of the specialist Quim Vila, the rice dishes cooked over orange wood from Restaurant Cadaqués, or one of the great novelties of the city: the Japanese tavern Ikoya Izakaya, which will delight us with its robata, Japanese grill. As representatives of the Argentinean grill, Claudio and Yoel Vainberg from El Foro Restaurante, the historic fish rice dishes of La Barra del 7 Portes, and the magnificent Marc Villà‘s pasta from Bronzo Bar e Cuina.

Three days to enjoy the best showcookings with seasonal products, cooked on the street, by the chefs of Barcelona Born Gourmet.

A huge gastronomic festival

Grills, casseroles, fresh products and plenty of show cooking are featured in this huge gastronomic celebration of the Born. At BORN Street Food, you can sample some of the best dishes from the chefs in the Born prepared on the spot using premium-quality, seasonal ingredients.

Live cooking!

A must for those who want to enjoy a festive and, of course, gourmet city once again. Born Street Food will be held on Friday and Saturday from 12 noon to midnight and on Sunday until 10 pm.

And, as always, the showcookings will be accompanied by music throughout the day by different local DJs. You can’t miss out on Barcelona’s most gastronomic plan.

Admission should not be reserved in advance.
You can access the festival on Friday and Saturday from noon to midnight, and on Sundays from noon to 10pm.

Admission is free, but a minimum consumption of 3 tickets will be required.