Onna – Barcelona (ES)

One of the city’s earliest specialty coffee pioneers still works exclusively with Costa Rican coffees, expertly showcasing the country’s finest coffees

  • wifi:
    Yes
  • urls:
    Facebook
  • price check:
    Espresso: €1,50 / Flat White: €2,30 / Filter: from €3
  • coffees on offer:
    various Costa Rican coffees

Many coffee bars and coffee roasters across the Western world usually go out and pick the best seasonal coffees that they can find, not necessarily giving a particular preference to any set origin. But, when one of the founders of a modern roastery hails from a coffee producing country, it is not a crazy idea that they may focus their attention on that nation.

The bar

The bar

This is exactly what the guys at Barcelona-based coffee roasters Onna do. Anahí Páez, who hails from Costa Rica, initially set up her coffee shop in Poblenou, with a more recent relocation that saw them move to Gracía some time ago. The cozy and welcoming shop doesn’t just serve the finest Costa Rican coffees, they also tell you the story behind each coffee and why it was picked.

Info about Costa Rican coffee

Info about Costa Rican coffee

Being used to drinking coffees from all kinds of origins may make you feel like you’re only being offered a small slice of the global coffee pie, but what Onna does great is to act as a real ambassador of Costa Rican coffee culture to Barcelona and its many visitors.

Seating at the back

Seating at the back

While Onna serves all classic coffee beverages like your flat white or pour over, they also offer refreshing cold brews and a decent selection of pastries.


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