November 1, 2013

After years at the pinnacle of fashion, among those setting the pace for nightlife in Barcelona, Shôko has been born anew. Completely refurbished, without compromising the Asian philosophy inherited in its décor, the redesign came just in time for diners and clubgoers to enjoy the space’s ample outdoor terrace area over the summer.


Passeig Marítim de la Barceloneta 36, 08003, Barcelona


93 225 92 00

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kitchen: daily 1pm–4pm, 8pm–12am; terrace: 1pm-6am; nightclub: 12am–6am

    In the kitchen, Shôko continues to whip up star fusion cuisine, bringing together Asian and Mediterranean flavors. Starters range from classic goat cheese on a bed of lettuce with honey vinaigrette to a beef carpaccio, foie, Parmesan and rocket salad. For main dishes there are a range of wok dishes including shrimp in coconut sauce and kangaroo with seasonal vegetables. Fish and meat plates include hake with hummus and pistachio, and a traditional duck magret with pear comfit, while a selection of sushi is available for those with lighter appetites. Desserts include homemade ice-cream, sorbets and a devilishly delicious chocolate brownie with yukimi daifuku r-ice cream. Diners can enjoy these dishes on the stylish beachside terrace. When night falls, the restaurant transforms into a club with international DJs spinning the latest tracks from the coolest clubs in New York, Berlin and London.

    Organized beautifully around a Feng Shui concept, the seaside spot has hosted parties for MTV Sound System, Premios Laureus, Bread and Butter, Pink is Punk,Club Tropicana and Metal magazine among others. With an exclusive VIP area, bamboo zone, chill-out area and beachside terrace, it’s also ideal for corporate or special occasions that demand the utmost in style and presentation—just leave yourself in the capable hands of Shôko’s personal event planners.

    If you’re in Madrid, get into the groove at their chic location on Toledo street.

    November 1, 2013

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