Osmosis is established in a small building in the Carrer de Aribau, Barcelona, Spain. It has a rather dark, modern, interior on the down floor and a lighter interior on the first floor. The restaurant has private rooms available as well for groups starting from 6 people.
There is no information available on the website about the chef.
The restaurant advertises its food as “market cuisine, constantly looking for the best product and always respecting origin and quality. We had a 5 course menu at a very attractive price (I believe it was around 30 Euros) and enjoyed honest dishes with local ingredients, presented in a contemporary way without adding too much “fuss”.
Please find our menu for the 22nd of June 2010 underneath:
I did not take photos of this dinner, so once again I “stole” some of the internet. I know, I’m bad.
For your information, here’s another example menu “Testing Menu” in English. This menu changes every week.
Foie Micuit With Vainilla Apple
Potatoes Cream With Olive Oil,Sprouts And Soya
Warm Tuna With Onion,Tomato,Garlic And Chicory
Mushrooms Rice With Oranje Quince And Foie
Lamb With Lentils,Cuttlefish And Spinach
Canneloni Of Pineapple And Mango,Flambe With Cinnamon And Cointreau
à this menu comes at 42€ (12/2012)
The restaurant has an extensive wine list with many Spanish wines at very reasonable prices. Have a look at their price list here.
We enjoyed a refreshing bottle of Spanish cava and a good old bottle of red Rioja, our favorite wine region in Spain.
The “Belgian Taste Buds” Experience
We had a pleasant evening in Osmosis, and would return for the price/quality ratio. However, don’t expect any surprising or elevated dishes here.
Belgian Taste Buds:
– Food Buds 7/10
– Wine Pairing Buds 6/10
– Price/Quality Buds 9/10*
– Experience Buds 7/10
*Compared to Belgian restaurants.
C/ ARIBAU, 100, 08036
+34 934 54 52 01