Ernst B.

Ernst B.

Johannesburg, Gauteng

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Cocktail Bar
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Gay Club
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Dive Bar
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Vietnamese Restaurant
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Landmark / Plaza
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Recent Reviews and Comments

  • Cat Bar

    Barcelona
    Bar / Restaurant
    Cat Bar - Bar | Restaurant in Barcelona.
    Jan 12, 2013 Great vegetarian food at Cat Bar. "As far as eccentric places go, Cat Bar in La Ribera takes the cake. A very vegan, organic one that is. Though not the cheapest place in Barcelona (granted, vegan ingredients aren’t the easiest nor the cheapest to come by), Cat Bar is certainly one of the quaintest, most welcoming places I’ve been to in a long while. Filled with people from a more avant-garde, artsy inclination you don’t have any excuses to walk out of there without having made at least one friend. We met a very bubbly couple from California who were quite happy to educate my English friend and I on American politics and all matters Green Peace. Whilst sipping on €2.50 San Miguel draught beer, we eagerly watched the place fill up with other non-mainstream bohemians settling in against a backdrop of all things cat – chilling, chatting and cherishing each others eccentricities. Though, understandably they have a ‘no pet’ policy, Cat Bar is covered from top to bottom in feline memorabilia, whether it be the art on the walls, books and magazines on various types of cats or the trinkets on the old upright piano in the corner – which might or might not be used in their Tuesday night line-up of live musicians. Besides the myriad of ‘cattributes’, they also offer a feast of vegan treats, including some of the yummiest brownies that is sure to make you roar with delight. Cat Bar is one of the strangest and coolest cafes in La Ribera, and one of the few vegan spots in the greater Barcelona. " hide
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  • Bó de B

    Barcelona
    Café / Restaurant
    Bó de B - Café | Restaurant in Barcelona.
    Jan 12, 2013 Brilliant Bo De B! "Bo de B in Ciutat Vella is the best cafe to visit for either lining your stomach for a night of heavy drinking or curing you of the worst hangover imaginable. The vibe is chilled and easy-going, making it easy to lounge about at one of the 4 comfy tables or grabbing some healthy grub before a session at Barceloneta beach which is all of 3 minutes away. Geared towards the budget-conscious Bo De B is consistent in delivering high volume good quality food all through the day. A massive plate with salad, feta cheese, veggies, rice, coleslaw, lentils and chicken will cost you €6.50 whilst a chicken roll with pretty much all the above mentioned ingredients will set you back a mere€3.50. All the food is prepared in front of you and they use only the freshest of ingredients. Simply point to something and nod and they will include it in your meal – making sure that you don’t end up with an unwanted nasty that usually gives you the heebie jeebies. The chances of getting a table inside are slim, but if you are lucky enough to get a seat, take some time and park there for a while – it offers a great big glass window for people watching (where the outside crew order their meals). And it being a budget-friendly kind of place catering to a more alternative, studenty market the characters that pull in are something to write home about. Though their intention was never to set a world record with the interior design, there are some cool prints, posters and magazines scattered about to offer some visual stimulation. And with some cool tunes from funky soul to ambient electronic bopping over the stereo Bo De B has been and will continue to be one of the coolest, busiest and cheapest cafe’s in Ciutat Vella. " hide
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  • Akashi Gallery

    Barcelona
    Art Gallery / Asian Restaurant / Japanese Restaurant / Tea House
    Akashi Gallery - Art Gallery | Asian Restaurant | Japanese Restaurant | Tea House in Barcelona.
    Jan 12, 2013 Awesome Japanese experience at Akashi. "Akashi Gallery is a brand new traditional Japanese bar in Eixample that caters for a more niche clientele. If you are a lover of the ancient Japanese culture then this place is perfect. The two owners are both professional photographers and went on a year-long photography expedition, travelling some 42 000 miles through Japan to collect material for their book titled “JAPAN/日本” Whilst doing this they encountered a multitude of Japanese tea houses, and in turn learning the ancient art of making tea and Japanese cuisine. The owners’ work is displayed on the walls and are for sale to those interested. My initial thought when I ordered the organic green chai latte was that who in their right mind would pay close to €4 for a tea?! But when as soon as I took my first sip I had my wax-on/ wax-off moment, it all made sense. It was the most delicious thing I’d ever tasted – rich and creamy yet I could feel the toxins seep out of me. Next I had a sticky rice ball stuffed with a tuna/mayo filling. Once again it was the most delicious thing I’d ever had. Before the third course I shared a pot of herbal tea with my Japanese friend, who used a lot of big words in trying to explain to me the properties and healing qualities it contained. What struck me most was the absolute precision in which the tea was served: the waitress was armed with a timer that counted the exact amount of seconds in which the water was to come in contact with the tea, then pouring it into the cup with such focus and technique I was almost too scared to drink it. By the time we had dessert (a waffle type pancake in the form of a fish, filled with sweet red beans) the place was packed with young artsy, affluent types coming to see what all the fuss was about. Traditional Japanese music soothed the respectfully controlled noise level as some people gawked at the up and coming origami workshops. Go and check it out as Akashi is soon becoming the place to be in Eixample. " hide
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