The word Ugot is translated from Hebrew as “cake”. And this is one of the best institutions for brunch in Barcelona. Homemade cake, which guests of this cafe indulge in abundantly, is prepared by Israeli Adi, and her creations are simply space! Every day, about ten cakes are exhibited in the cafe window, each of which is a real masterpiece, beautiful, like lemon pie, and gluten-free cake with chocolate and nuts, a delicate fruit cake with berries and other pleasures that blow your head. Adi loves not only to bake cakes, but also to look for beautiful vintage dishes and decorations for his cafe in flea markets and busbars around the world. You will surely like the Ugot entourage if you like handmade porcelain and nice details from the past. Adi calls his establishment “branche”, because besides sweets in Ugot you can taste one of the most delicious shakshuk of Barcelona. Shakshuka is a dish of Jewish cuisine based on eggs and tomatoes, which is not only very tasty, but also helps to recover from a stormy night. Adi adds to the classic recipe eggplant and brie cheese, which makes the dish unforgettable. The menu has a lot of salads, omelets, burgers, sandwiches. The kitchen is open non-stop from 8:30 to 20:30. But it is better to come early, or at an unpopular time, otherwise you will have a full house and have to wait a long time in anticipation of the vacant table.