Caelis is a restaurant with tasting menus . We offer three menus, one of which is vegetarian. Plus, at midday from Wednesday to Saturday, we offer a lunch menu (Caelis Menu – €42 VAT included) that changes weekly.
The restaurant has two separate spaces: on one side, the dining room with space for up to 31 guests at tables of varying sizes. On the other, an open kitchen with a horseshoe-shaped bar and stools where 12 more guests can watch everything that goes on behind the scenes.
Romain Fornell opened Caelis in 2004 and earned a Michelin star the very next year. In 2014, Caelis was named one of the Gold Standard Restaurants 2014 by Condé Nast Traveler.
In 2017, Caelis moved to Hotel Ohla Barcelona. The move is also a turning point in the restaurant’s culinary offering and this new era will be more contemporary and less classical.
In November 2017, as part of the gala held by Michelin in Tenerife, Caelis confirmed the Michelin star received by chef Romain Fornell, after completing the move to the hotel Ohla Barcelona.
This Michelin star continues to light up our tables, and is synonymous with our renewed excitement.
Tuesday: 8 pm–10.30pm
Wednesday to Saturday: 1:30 pm–3:30 pm and 8 pm–10.30pm
Sundays and Mondays: closed
Caelis requires a smart dress code. Long trousers and closed shoes for men. No sportswear.