We were actually trying to get into Les Quinzo Nits but it had a line that stretch almost into the middle of the plaza. The concierge at our hotel had said that might be the case and told us to do to this restaurant - and I am so glad we did!! It was busy and we had to wait about 20 minutes for a table but the waiters really kept an eye on the queque and knew the proper order that people had arrived. We shared two starters - the pesto risotto and the grilled vegetables, both were absolutely incredible and we easily could have spilt just one. I had the grilled salmon with broad beans and asparagus and my sister had the pork filet - again, both great. We order one of the most expensive wines on the menu - a Catalyan wine, Coronas Crianza 2010 which was about 12 1/2 euros! It was a wonderfully wine that really opened up as we drank it. We spilt the Catalayn cream - which is similar to Creme brulee and a great way to end the meal. The service was wonderful, the food excellent and the price was great - total for 2 starters, 2 entrees, dessert, 2 sparkling waters and a bottle of good red wine was 55 euros! I highly recommend this palce!
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