Just like the roads into the neighbourhood area where La Guarida is situated, the staircases up to the third floor are not exactly what you’d expect. When we were there, the first and second floor were going through some renovations, so after you’ve been let in by the bouncer at the entrance you’ll most likely think you’re in the wrong place. There are no signs and no nice carpets with “La Guarida” printed on them leading up to the right place, just the instructions from the doorman to go two stairs up. Instead there are scaffolding, protective wrapping and stairs that have seen better days. However, the experience of walking through this section only adds to the positive surprise of actually entering La Guarida on the third floor.
About Jessica LångbergJessica is the co-founder of Never Grow Up Mag. She has a professional background within legal where she works with privacy and data protection, but secretly loves the exquisite things in life, such as cooking. She has attempted several of Heston Blumenthals "takes more than a day to cook"-recipes and loves a good baking challenge every now and then.
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