Very refined food that reaches well beyond the typical tapas of Barcelona. We had sepia rissoto, braised lamb shoulder, fillet of black cod and all were perfect. The sauces were subtle and silky (especially the aioli for the risotto). The wine they suggested was a good match for our dinner and moderately priced. We spoke very little Spanish but our waiter helped as far as he could. A beautifully decorated room in a traditional cottage theme, impecably clean and tidy. The atmosphere is quiet, so suitable for conversation over a nice meal. It's a short walk from a major intersection and onto a small side street. Very well worth the small effort and a very welcome change from the ever-present tapas. Highly recommended.
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