Moonraker Morsels

A Barcelona food blog


Making phyllo pastry is a fine art. The finest is as thin as tracing paper and is a familiar sight across the Balkan region in their pastries and desserts. One such pastry is the Bulgarian banitsa, typically stuffed with cheese and/or spinach. Banitsa is also the name of Mikhaela Mikhaylova’s small café and shop, where for the last five years she has brought Bulgaria to Barcelona and refined the pastries of her homeland with a modern look and contempo­rary flavors.

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Banitsa Barcelona miniguide, Claire Gledhill, food blog


One comment on “Banitsa

  1. foodieinberlin
    March 22, 2014

    I made phyllo pastry once in cooking school and never again but I like eating it! This place looks really special.

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