For some years, the ever-attractive Paseo San Juan has been mostly a residential area, a great place to run and pass by the Ciutadella. Now, the only place people are running is to lunch and dinner, and passing by for brunch. Café Búho sits on the corner of Paseo San Juan and Aragón and is continually adapting to fit the desires of the community it serves.
The kitchen uses fresh and simple ingredients and raw materials whenever possible. Búho aims to be the hub of great breakfast, essential weekend brunch (starring a New York style bagel and classic eggs benedict), delicious snacks, and dinners to share with friends. Búho hopes to be a place to gather, a place of life, and the same place you can share a glass of wine, a smoothie or tea.
The restaurant provides options to share with friends, like an assortment of French cheeses or hummus with toast. Between dishes, try salmon gravlax marinated with green salsa or mushroom and parmesan risotto. For brunch, enjoy a glass of champagne, a mimosa, fresh orange juice, coffee or hot chocolate; croissants and a plate of eggs benedict with hash browns, salad, and salmon or pastrami; and a pastry of your choice.
The owner, Stephane, has four other food businesses in France that share the same aesthetic: a warm and cozy place with plants separating the terrace from the street; a perfect space to pass the day during any season.