Restaurant Feroz, Barcelona - Review
Updated: Sep 4
Overall rating ★★★★│Mediterranean - Spanish│Avg. 60-80 Euros pp│Eixample, Barcelona
Service: ★│Food: ★★★★│Location: ★★★★│Price: ★★★│Portions: ★★★★
Barcelona, like all big cities, always stands out for having a cutting-edge restaurant that is in fashion. Right now, this is Restaurant Feroz, without a doubt.
For those who do not know it, the restaurant Feroz in Barcelona is located in what was the old Tuset restaurant that had been around for a long time in Barcelona. The decoration at restaurant Feroz is spectacular.
The kitchen has the seal of the Olivé Group (L'Olivé, Paco Meralgo, BarcelonaMilano, Barceloneta, Cañete) and its offer goes beyond exquisite dishes and magnificent decoration, and here is the key to its success at night at Feroz, in the cocktail offer and live disc jockey sessions from Wednesday to Saturday until 3 in the morning. It is what it touches in an area where nightlife rules, and a lot.
The pampering of the product and the commitment to dishes without excessive frills include salads, rice dishes, fish, meat, tartars...
Appetizers that Set the Stage:
The fine toasted bread with tomato was a simple yet divine treat, bursting with the flavors of fresh Mediterranean tomatoes. Accompanying it was the hand-cut bellota cured ham, a delicate delicacy that melted in my mouth, leaving a delightful aftertaste.
Next, the Cantabrian anchovies with virgin oil offered a burst of flavors that transported me to the coastal beauty of northern Spain. The chicken and ham croquettes were a delightful surprise, offering a crispy exterior and a creamy, flavorful filling. Not to be outdone were the fish and seafood croquettes, a delicious medley of seafood goodness that left me wanting more.
One dish that truly stood out was the zucchini flower stuffed with mozzarella and anchovies cream. It was a culinary masterpiece, beautifully presented and bursting with harmonious flavors. The Russian salad with tuna and bread was a comforting dish that reminded me of home-cooked meals with a touch of sophistication.
Feroz Main Courses:
The grilled sole with vegetables was a light and satisfying option, while the grilled octopus with parmentier, algae, and paprika elevated the seafood experience to a whole new level.
For meat lovers, the wild chicken breast with "parmigiano reggiano" and rucola was a delightful choice, tender and rich in flavors. The grilled beef fillet was cooked to perfection, while the "Almadraba" tuna tataki was a tantalizing treat that celebrated the freshness of the sea.
A Sweet Finale:
To end this extraordinary culinary journey on a sweet note, I indulged in a selection of delightful desserts.
In addition to the gastronomic offer, Feroz also offers a wide variety of cocktails. Hence, on their website they make it clear that they are "silent by day" and that they roar at night. The restaurant Feroz is open every day of the week, from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. Saturdays and Sundays they close at three in the morning. The evenings at Restaurant Feroz Barcelona are enlivened by its resident DJ's.
The best... after dinner... music and drinks until late. Lots of atmosphere!!!
Price-wise, Feroz is on the higher side, but the overall experience is worth the cost (around 50€ per person). The restaurant's decor is simply spectacular, and the atmosphere is lively, especially during evenings when the resident DJs play music, turning it into a bar and dance venue.
Restaurant Feroz Website: https://www.ferozbcn.com/home/
Restaurant Feroz Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ferozbcn/?hl=en
Restaurant Feroz Address: Carrer de Tuset, 27, 08006 Barcelona