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As far as I am concerned when you enter a restaurant you enter into a contract the restaraunt should make you feel welcome and feed you well,you in return should be well behaved not disturb the other customer's and pay your bill at the end.We...More
We waited for 30 mins for a menu and when asked for a wine list we were told that they only had 3 wines and was offered a verdejo. When the menus finally arrived the wine list had at least 10. When we finally ordered...More
The food was really disappointing and overpriced!
For starters we had calamari drowned in batter, making the calamari soggy and bland. The mains were also incredibly disappointing. I ordered a meat mixed grill which was by far the worst I have ever been served. The...More
I took my guests there and was embarrassed. When the bill came, all prices were at least 1€ more than in the menu, and ON TOP OF THAT they were exclusive IVA. So a one-course dinner for three that we thought would be around 45€...More
Each year this restaurant gets better and now offers a good range of well-prepared food in pleasant surroundings. The menu is strong on fish and sea food, but what do you expect with its name? It is popular with local people (always a recommendation) and...More
We asked for gambas in hot oil with garlic and what we got was an awful asian-like gummy meal. The waiter added two small bread rolls 1.4Euro each!!(?) What a nightmare, stay away from this place, there are so many other lovely restaurants nearby.
Let's start by saying the Rambla Pueblo Nuevo has a vast number of restaurants to choose from, each vying for your business but you do not get mithered the way you do on Les Ramblas. It is a semi-pedestrianized road with only mopeds/bicycles/rollerblades going past....More
The futuristic Agbar Tower stands out from Barcelona's skyline in Poblenou. It is no coincidence then that this area of town is the newly crowned technological park of the city, its own mini Silicon Valley containing a tech incubator (Barcelona Activa) as well as a host of local and international high tech companies. To accommodate the onrush of new residents and workers, the area of Poblenou has seen a surge of
activity in new high-rise residential buildings and two top-notch shopping centers catering to everyone's need. The ambiance of this area is calmer than the city center and the beautifully relaxing Bogatell Beach, popular with locals, is just a handful of blocks away.