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Gran Via de las Corts Catalanes, 581
Barcelona, Spain
Opened in 1977
Daily 6:30pm-3am
93 323 18 83

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by 20 people



Everyone You
Decor 5.7
Drink Quality 4.5
Drink Selection 6.5
Food Quality 2
Food Selection 2.1
Mood 6
Music 2.6
Service 5.8
Tikiness 5.8
Tilt 5
Vibe 5.2

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February 22, 2019, 5:04 AM
The only Spanish tiki bar we didn’t like. Weird decor, lame drinks and music. Staff wasn’t friendly. The only reason to go there is it is in Eixample neighborhood.
John Raccoon
John Raccoon has visited Kahiki.
October 28, 2018, 8:52 AM
The place is classic spanish crappy tiki-thematic bar.

It has good tiki decor as all those similar places in Spain.

Drinks are not tiki, same liquid crap in same porcelan spanish mugs as other similar places in Spain. Good thing is that they have a card where you can find the content of each drink. They serve nuts and bisquits together with drinks.

Staff is friendly, no English.

Music is not tiki. At times I happened to visit the music was playing quietly country-style.

No aquarium.

Not much worth to visit, but if you do, order Coco Loco or Coco Pae Pae, coconut drink which is popular for locals.
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September 4, 2016, 6:40 AM
We arrived relatively early on a Thursday evening and were among the first patrons. The staff seemed surprised we had arrived, but were very friendly. While our server didn't speak English, he overheard us speaking and brought us both the Spanish menu and a laminated chart in English of the drinks and their ingredients. The seating for parties appears to be primarily in secluded bungalow style booths, which while visually neat contributed to the feeling of being the only patrons. In fact, even with other parties trickling in throughout the night the place never got especially busy, and was quiet enough that it occasionally felt strange. What music there was appeared to be a transistor radio softly playing 60's rock n' roll from behind the bar. Drinks were served in tiki appropriate mugs with flourishes (sparklers, dry ice smoke, etc.). They tasted good too, but tended to the sweeter side. Decor is somewhat unconventional, blending Polynesian with Asian and even South American elements.
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