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We were walking back from seeing the Synagogue in Barcelona when we came across this restaurant . My husband had the paella and I had the set lunch with vegetable soup and baked chicken . The food was excellent and my husband felt it was...More
We arrived at this restaurant by coincidence (another restaurant just 20 metres away refused to let us wait in the bar for our table), but at the end, we had a very nice meal.
Excellent service and very friendly staff (two sisters), immediately took care...More
We were hungry and were passing by this small restaurant. Usually before entering we check places on internet . This time we just decided to take our chance and were very glad we did.
Nice place with great food and attentive service. Despite central location,...More
Really nice caring staff that treat like you one of the family. There was an English speaking waiter and a set menu with lots of choices so it's very easy to order for weary travellers. The food was amazing and oh so tasty, would recommend.
This traditional Catalan restaurant ran by four sisters was a wonderful discovery as we browsed the back streets of the gothic area. The paella was the best I've ever tasted and the Catalan creme was divine. The Catalan brandy was excellent with their coffee to...More
My son and I ate here while in Barcelona last week. We had the mushrooms as an appetizer. My son had a very tasty cod with a sauce made from currents and pine nuts while I had a duck dish. Both were well-prepared and the...More
Another night, another place on TripAdvisor that wasn't there.
Luckily, for the second night running we ran across a gem by chance.
La Cassola is small. Only about 7-8 tables. And the menu (see picture) is limited. But. The food is amazing. Had mussels to...More
Stumbled upon this wonderful restaurant. It is run by 2 sisters, one who made a most tasty seafood paella. It is tremendous value - 14 euro for excellent paella and a glass of sangria. They have other dishes on the menu which all sounded yummy.
Nice little small familiy run place serving amazing food. My favorite dish was the Catalan mushrooms, my daughters was the duck confit. The mussels we're fresh, gazpacho very tasty and garlic foam cod was delicious.
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