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58 and its creative tapas: a little gastronomical star in Poblenou


Article updated 23 March, 2020. 0 comments

At no. 58 on the Poblenou Rambla you will find 58! If you like inventive tapas, get yourself through the door of this restaurant as you will simply love it!

58 salmon tartar

metro: Poblenou (L4)
Rambla del Poblenou 58


Closed Sunday evening and Monday
from 1:30pm to 11pm Tuesday to Saturday

How much?

between 20 and 40 euros à la carte
tapas between 1.75 and 10 euros
weekday set lunch menu less than 12 euros


for its creative cuisine

Poblenou continually attracts more and more visitors due to its authentic seaside atmosphere, despite its being located far from the city centre.

Located on the Rambla, its busiest tree-lined avenue, is 58: an establishment that’s well-known for its tapas and a great option for a pleasant and tasty break in an unusual setting.

Quirky decor at 58

58’s decor is pretty coherent with the rest of the venues in the area, with a bar completely covered in typical Barcelona ceramics, high ceilings, and aged painted brick, with faded red exposed in certain places.

Your eye will probably be drawn to a large red figure opposite the entrance, but be warned that this is not the last surprise you will encounter here. In the other rooms identical creatures share the space with feminine silhouettes hanging from the walls. The whole lot feels a little like a cartoon and it is bound to make an impression on everyone!

58 red silhouette hanging from wall

58’s huge variety of tapas

More surprises lie in store and they are very pleasant indeed!

Firstly, do not expect a paper menu! A huge slate listing the tapas will be presented to your table, and be prepared as it’s a long list!

58 slate

As everything is very tempting it can be difficult to choose. It makes the mouth water just thinking about it…

We ended up choosing the excellent croquettes, delicious aubergines cooked in honey and rosemary, very tasty skewers of prawns in sweet pepper, and a huge marinaded tuna salad offering a surprising combination of flavours and a lot of bang for your buck

aubergines and salad 58

We fell for the salmon tartar and its very original presentation (see first photo). Funny little detail: it’s up to the customer to add the mango vinaigrette, and also to shake the jar having properly checked that it is closed…

Following this we delighted our tastebuds with the fresh fried duck liver and its accompaniment of seasonal fruits and mushrooms.

Finally, we went crazy for the mouth watering scallops, hidden under an assortment of salads and served on a bed of celeriac and vanilla mash.


Clearly we weren’t starving when by the time we ordered dessert. However, our great sense of duty forced us to share a piña colada mousse, which was wonderful! The cocktail of textures and flavours was absolutely perfect! Sniff, it makes me emotional to talk about it…

58 dessert coconut

58 set lunch menu

We didn’t try it, but there is also a set lunch menu for 10.50 euros including bread, a drink and coffee. There are 2 or 3 starters to choose from, 2 main courses (generally meat or fish) and a dessert.

Useful information to chew on

  • Tapas prices vary between 1.75 and 9.50 euros, so it’s great value!
  • Amos Martínez is a passionate and inventive chef, and you can see the result in your plate!
  • 58’s kitchen is open continuously from 1:30pm to 11pm.
  • It is not possible to book a table in advance.
  • It is a popular venue so we advise you to get there around 1:30pm for lunch or 7-8pm for dinner. The earlier the better to avoid queuing. 

So have we managed to whet your appetite?

58: bar

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Valérie, the creator of Barcelona Top Travel Tips, loves discovering new places, finding the words to describe them, and coming up with little illustrations for the website. Her favourite thing in Barcelona is the unusual, curvy architectural features of some of the city’s buildings. Some say she’s a dreamer… in any case, a city full of works by Gaudí is a great place for her!