From September 2013, Bon Vivant Communications creates a second embassy to the culinary diplomacy in a penthouse of the Gothic Quarter of Barcelona.

The mission is to fully explore the dining scene of the vibrant city, while representing existing and new clients from a suitable address in the self-confident capital of Catalunya, as done in the old Kingdom of Denmark.

Barcelona being the obvious choice as it has a great energy combined with a charming laissez-faire. It’s warm and stylish.

It’s quite the opposite of Copenhagen but the cities have one main thing in common: They’re two of the absolute most interesting culinary destinations in Europe – former second-class citizens of gastronomy that have created unique new culinary languages that attracks an intense global mix of diners, top talents, writers and opinion makers.

The embassy is open to all pleasure aficionados; Barcelona residents as well as out-of-town visitors looking for a watering hole of chin chins’, civilized conversations, killer dinner parties and terrace dancing – not to mention guidance through the alluring nightlife of this Mediterranean pearl.

We serve Ferrero Rocher.


Feel free to reach out to Kristian Brask Thomsen at

Read what FORBES wrote on Dining Impossible 3 – Barcelona.