This place is about a 5 minute walk from Avenue Diagonal where it meets Via Augusta, on a small road called Granada del Penedes. It's not very obvious, so keep a lookout for it.
From the moment my wife and I stepped in, the service was great. Friendly, observant, helpful, but not overbearing. It is a smart casual place, with modern decor and a dining area segregated into different sections.
The food was very good, starting with a charming plate of 5 petite amuse-bouches, of which my favourites were the parmesan crackers and lemon infused beer. this was followed by gazpacho and a small little fried bun. These were a welcoming start to the 4 course set lunch.
Our first dishes:
Prawn salad with crispy ham - excellent - especially the crispy ham which cupped the "escalivada"
Apple and cucumber soup with cod ravioli - very good
Fried egg with potatoes, asparagus, mushrooms and cuttlefish - very good
Iberian rice (something like chorizo paella) - excellent - this dish was the star for me. the amazing intense flavor of the rice, with chorizo and blood sausages and pork fat. stuuunning.
Monkfish burnt garlic style - Very good, with a delicious tomato gravy and potatoes
Lamb Shoulder - underwhelming, this was the average dish of the day
Desserts- you can choose from their main menu of about 10 different desserts.
We had pear and chocolate - excellent - beautifully fashioned in a cute flower pot with edible flowers and "soil" which was great. And, we had rum poured over some creamy ice cream and sponge cake - just good.
The bread basket was great, especially the olive bread.
Wines - I had a white and a red - both were good.
We ordered an Americano and a cappuccino which came with some chocolates, which are my favorite way to end a good meal.
At euro47 per person for the 4 course, i felt it was a good bargain. the bill including the water, coffees and 2 glasses of wine came to euro121. It was well worth it. Please visit this place.
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