During the 60s four good friends (Alfonso Milá, Cecilia Santo Domingo, Leopoldo Pomés and Karin Leiz) decided to open the restaurant of their dreams.
Alfonso Milá (Flash Flash 1971)
Alfonso Milá and Federico Correa would develop the white minimalistic interior design.
Leopoldo Pomés (Flash Flash 1971)
Leopoldo Pomés is the photographer of the life-size images of the wall that have become a symbol of design in Barcelona. Karin Leiz is the Flash Flash girl.
FLASH FLASH HISTORY
During the 60s in a changing Barcelona, four good friends (Alfonso Milá, Cecilia Santo Domingo, Leopoldo Pomés and Karin Leiz) who enjoyed life, new experiences, and finding new and exciting spots, decided to open the restaurant of their dreams.
The idea was to open a restaurant that would have the city’s largest and most varied tortilla menu. Their goal was not only a comfortable place where you could feel at home, but also to be always open, have a kitchen that never closed, the best staff, and, unusual for the time, high-end-design bathrooms.
They decided that Alfonso Milá and Federico Correa would develop the interior design, Karin Leiz and Celicia Santo Domingo would do the menu, and Leopoldo Pomes would create the now iconic images of the Flash Flash girl.
Flash Flash continues to serve as an iconic meeting point for the diverse people of Barcelona and those from around the world.