Telefèric Barcelona / Walnut Creek

1500 MT Diablo Blvd Walnut Creek 94596
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed 11:30 - 21:15
Thu, Fri, Sat 11:30 - 22:15

Our story begins in Sant Cugat on December 18th, 1993, although the origins are difficult to locate. Emotional ties to the Basque Country and Navarra have marked a path that has brought us here. Come from the world of art and culture, good taste and sensitive lovers of fine cuisine, opened the RONDES, a small 430 sq feet establishment in Sant Cugat del Valles. Seduced by the Basque cuisine, home cooking lovers, and limited by the space of that small place, we started our path between small tapas made with quality product, aware of being innovative at a time in which the culture of pintxos was just awaking at our house. After three years, on September 3rd, 1996, the RONDES became a little bigger. We inaugurated Teleferic, a modern and innovative establishment. More comfortable but true to our original concept. Backed by the loyalty of our customers and friends, and for a product more and more elaborated, our offer has grown, and our clients too, far beyond the town of Sant Cugat. Illustrious visitors, afternoon gatherings, cocktail nights and music to round up even more that kitchenette that gradually grew. Nineteen years after the start, Teleferic makes a new stop in Barcelona opening the doors to a new location with the same enthusiasm with which the RONDES was released. Located in the Plaza de Letamendi, the road and the project continues ...

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Critic Reviews @ Telefèric Barcelona
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Tips from the Net @ Telefèric Barcelona
Jeff Portwood en
Excellent food with great selection. Friendly service. Usually busy, so prepare for a little wait or get there early. A little pricey but overall good value for the experience. GooglePlace - January 2018
Julia Babka-Kurzrock en
Cool interior with lots of interesting eye catching details, a comfortable restaurant, artistic, comfortable with great food and nice waitstaff. All the employees who came to our table were attentive and genuine. Enjoyable evening, the food was great! The gin and tonic was amazing! GooglePlace - January 2018
Donato Cabrera en
Absolutely horrible service. It's one thing to be absolutely clear that the place is no longer serving food and the bar is closed. It's another thing to sit one guest and say that they will take an order, then tell another guest in the same party the exact opposite. This restaurant had the potential of establishing a relationship with a local institution that could bring them a lot of business. , This incident will ensure that will never happen. GooglePlace - January 2018
Mikayla Forkes en
I've eaten here twice now and both times the food as been incredible. Well prepared, consistent and delicious, plus really good service. Definitely recommend checking out Flamenco night on Mondays for dinner and beautiful dancing. Favorite dish, the octopus definitely! GooglePlace - December 2017
Rebecca V. Olivar en
Let's start off with the setting: you find yourself in a dim lit room, a long bar table stretches across the side as you approach the entrance. You look up and realize there's a wiring system on the ceiling from which a "teleferico" hangs off and travels around the restaurant -- a small detail that adds a light, playful vibe to the experience. The service: young, well presented (and fluent in both Spanish and English) servers guide you to your table and make you feel comfortable. The entertainment: at the corner of the room, where there's a signature painting/sculpture hanging from the wall (all locations have this same piece of art displayed), you'll find men with Spanish guitars and women dressed in flamenco attire. They sing, they dance, they even invited a couple of guests to join! your attention is theirs, for a moment. The food: dishes we ordered were presented in the style of tapas, very rich in flavor and carefully presented within each plate. They also had a young man push a cart around the room with other bite size foods to taste (worth trying it). Great experience overall, definitely recommend it. GooglePlace - December 2017