What makes Catalan cuisine so diverse in such a small territory? Supported by the whims of the Mediterranean climate – ever changing from rainy to arid – and by a changing geography that, in a few kilometers, goes from the sea to the mountains through a plateau, the products that reach the Catalan pantry allow unimaginable combinations. Fresh and succulent fish, rice, sweet fruits and dried fruits, poultry meat, sausages, wines, oils, cheeses … The corners of this country hide everything you can imagine. If you then add to this the human footprint, the legacy of Iberians, Greeks, Romans and Arabs; the arrival of American and Asian ingredients; and the genius shared by so many artists from this country, you will understand why, here, meat and fish can be combined in the same pot, why the most delicious dishes are also the healthiest ones, or why an idea as simple as spreading a slice of bread with tomato has become the national dish. You can discover and taste it all at Palau Moja!
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Portaferrisa 1, Barcelona