Oma Bistró

Barcelona | | 07/02/2018

A haven away from the buzz of Barcelona, this homely bistro offers great food, a warm atmosphere and friendly service in equal measure.

‘Oma’, which means ‘grandmother’ in German, brings to mind feelings of comfort and warmth, and big dishes of homemade, heartening food. This sense of cosiness is reflected in this light and airy bistro, which boasts an extensive menu of local, seasonal products for every time of day.

The interior of Oma recalls a hipster-esque vibe, with exposed brick walls, glass vases of single flowers, mismatched, distressed chairs and, most surprisingly, randomly placed bicycles. However, the style seems more effortless than forced and serves to create a warming, cosy atmosphere – like the inside of a mountainous log cabin. The vast range of diners also reflects the unassuming feel and sincerity of Oma, with solo readers enjoying their morning espresso alongside family get togethers and students catching up over brunch alike.

There is a range of coffees for the caffeine-addict as well as fresh orange juice, milkshakes with chantilly cream, fruit smoothies and beer on tap. Whilst I went for classic scrambled eggs on toast with smoked salmon, my friend opted for the French toast with cream and fresh fruit. Both dishes were fresh and delicious and beautifully presented in simple, white bowls.

Oma has something for everyone, for every time of day. Located on a seemingly quiet corner on the streets of Barcelona, it is an oasis of calm and comfort within the bustle of the city.


227 Consell de Cent
08011 Barcelona

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