Peruvian street food restaurant in the Poble Nou neighborhood.Warike was one of the new restaurants we tried on our last trip to Barcelona, and let us tell you, it was also one of our favorite restaurants of the trip. The food is inspired by the everyday dishes of Perú, most of them new to us, and after tasting them, we want to visit Perú even more than before. The food looks simple, and it is, like the chicken for example, but it’s just perfectly cooked, and this applies to every dish.Focusing on what we had, our dishes were the following:* Cebiche carretillero.* Mackerel causa.* Pork belly “al cilindro”.* Veal sweetbreads anticucho.* Grilled corn.* Chicken “al cilindro”.We enjoyed every dish, the cebiche had it’s personal twist and we enjoyed a lot the crunchy contrast, but what we enjoyed most was the pork belly “al cilindro”, it was just perfect. It reminded us of some char sius we’ve eaten in Hong Kong, and that’s not surprising given the Chinese influence in Perú up to the point where they have a kitchen style called chifa, which is a cross of Chinese and Peruvian cuisine.To sum up, this is one of the places we’ve most enjoyed in recent times in Barcelona and we highly recommend it.