The Cotton House Hotel has a cosmopolitan Cocktail Bar & Restaurant called “Batuar”, offering something uncommon in the city: non-stop service on the whole appetizing menus from 7 a.m. until midnight

The ambience is a reflection of the spirit of the hotel: a certain colonial flavour, sophisticated, discreet, elegant and at the same time fresh. Enjoying some tapas and a drink in its lush, spacious terrace is a very tempting plan that cannot be missed.

The menu offers a wide range of local proposals, all made with market ingredients of the very highest quality typical of Mediterranean cuisine.

The Batuar experience is completed with its magnificent Bar, boasting a menu of exclusive cocktails, innovatively prepared by our master bartenders, winners of prestigious international awards. Among their vast array of exquisite creations, the unique 'Gossypium Cocktail' stands impressively out. Created especially for the Cotton House Hotel, it blends pisco, blue curaçao, gin, lime and spices inspired in the turquoise colour of Barcelona’s Mediterranean sea. In perfect harmony with its quintessential colonial style, our drinks menu offers over 30 different types of rum to sweep your senses on an authentic aromatic journey through the Antilles, as well as a selection of the finest gins, whiskies, vodkas, brandies, cognacs, tequillas…

The origin of the name “Batuar” is to be found in the machine that was responsible for pressing cotton to eliminate all its impurities.

You can make your reservation in Batuar through the web or by contacting the restaurant directly on +34 93 450 50 46 or through the address

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Eva de Gil, (Sabadell, Barcelona, 1993), discovered her passion for cooking at a very young age, starting her career in hospitality at the age of 14. Her career started in a small restaurant in the Pyrenees offering traditional Catalan cuisine called Cal Peritxola, then going on to continue her training in Cal Farragetes and Can Muxolí.

After these experiences, Eva decided to study at the prestigious Hoffmann Hospitality School. At the same time, she continued to develop her career at establishments such as Bar Carmel or the Princesa Market. When she completed her training at Hoffmann, she moved to San Sebastián where she spent a year at the Michelin 3-star restaurant Akelarre, completing her practical training.

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Eva de Gil, the chef of the Batuar restaurant at the Cotton House Hotel, invites you to design your own menu and enjoy it in an exclusive setting.

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