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We stopped into this little restaurant at a delightful square in the Gràcia area. Ivan, our waiter was cheerful and very helpful finding us a table at a busy time. The food and sangria was very good. The place next door was unfriendly and the...More
If you want to observe Catalan families relaxing and everyday life going on the Spanish way,this is the place to come and we did just that.Only a short distance away from the madness of Las Ramblas this residential suburb with its narrow streets it’s a...More
When we entered (possibly) the boss made it clear to the waitress that we’d be only welcome when we eat. Nice to overhear that... The service didn’t get much better and i felt never really treated friendly.
Food was definetly good but almost 15€ for...More
Came here for lunch on a rainy day. Staff very friendly, wide choice of food, great value daily menu, salad tasted as if it had just come out of your garden; steak and chicken breast a la plancha were perfectly cooked, felt very welcome and...More
I so love to come to a place where people truly care about the food they cook and serve. Everything we ate was exquisite - taste buds still reeling!! Beautiful warm atmosphere, really lovely and friendly people. Excellent recommendations for dishes, all made with love,...More
This was our last evening meal having stayed around the corner for 3 nights in lovely Gracia. We walked in with no booking and had a table for 4 immediately. Great waiting staff, attentive service, kind to our 2 boys, and excellent tapas. Huge portions...More
This place is really terrible and overpriced. We ordered drinks and bravas and the potatoes are total mush, bland and with a splat of what tates like ketchup and hot sauce mayonnaise on top. All for 4.45 euros! We live in Barcelona and these are...More
Gracia literally stands out from the pack. It used to be an independent town until late into the 19th century. Though it’s just a short commute away from the center, a visit here feels like you’re in a whole different city. The bohemian vibe has drawn many international artists to this area, resulting in a wide selection of galleries, live music and artsy boutique stores. The nightlife is centered around the
vibrant Gracia’s plaças, where young and old gather to enjoy a drink outside. Carrer de Verdi, its main street, offers affordable restaurants and a movie theater that screens new as well as classic films in their original language. However Gracia's greatest treasure lies just up the hill at Guell Park, where Antoni Gaudi's vibrant and revolutionary art sculptures stand atop unequaled views of Barcelona.