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Kahiki

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Gran Via de las Corts Catalanes, 581
Barcelona, Spain
Opened in 1977
Sun-Thu 6:30pm-3am
Fri & Sat 6:30pm-4:30am
93 323 18 83

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Kahiki

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Decor 4.7
Drink Quality 5.3
Drink Selection 8
Food Quality 2
Food Selection 2.1
Mood 6.1
Music 1.9
Service 6.4
Tikiness 5.5
Tilt 4.3
Vibe 5.3

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Paella747
Paella747 has visited Kahiki.
August 2, 2013, 12:51 AM
Stopped in since it's a block away from my favorite Korean restaurant in Barcelona. I liked it. The gentlemen working there were very friendly, and service was a bit better than at Kahala. Sure, the Tiki vibe wasn't as great, but there was still plenty to look at. The bamboo factor was off the charts! Cool little enclaves to sit in and enjoy the drinks. I liked it.
californialife
californialife has visited Kahiki.
October 21, 2012, 3:40 PM
Hasn't changed a bit form the other photos I've seen; that's a good thing. Stumbled across this by accident while driving through Barcelona. Distinctly Indonesian decor mixed with Polynesian and other. Just funky enough to make it unique and different. Very friendly and low key when we were there, but it was early evening (about 8PM or so). Spanish speaking only, but just a little Spanish goes a long ways. Really glad we stopped in. Had a couple drinks, bought some mugs, enjoyed the stay.
hoho
hoho has visited Kahiki.
July 18, 2010, 8:40 AM
Well, the tiki environment isn't thick, but I do like this bar - particularly the weird murals on the walls. The drinks are not as tasty as Kahala's, but much better than Aloha's. Seems to be a younger environment in the back with a local "old man" feel at the front bar. If you're staying in the Ramblas area, this is probably the closest tiki bar/easiest to walk to. Worth a visit.