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All reviews seafood potato balls patatas bravas pulpo a la gallega octopus black pudding prawns salad tortillas bread english menu hot sauce crema catalana authentic atmosphere their specialty local place typical tapas
Very bad experience today at lunch time. Came into the restaurant as a pair of friends. First we were asked to move to a table practically on top of another group which was not ideal from the get go. Received menus at the same time...More
Was going to another place but this caught our attention. This place was so good we came back again before leaving Barcelona!! Great food at great value. Good food need not be expensive. The bombas is a must!! ... Gambas al ajillo (prawns) and the...More
So so good!! Great vibes, great seafood dishes and fantastic service! Bring cash though: nice, old school place! As others have recommended, definitely try the bombas (potato & some sausage meat I believe it is, ball shaped with some moreish spicy sauce). If you want...More
Was recommended this place by guide and didn't regret visiting it. Food was very good (and drinks too!) and quite cheap, service very nice, cool location not far from Barcelonetta. Tried also local dessert crema catalana, yummy!
Was recommended for lunch by a tour guide and I don't trust tour guides recommendations - as they can be biased. But so glad we went here - where all the locals eat. It was cheap, sea food was fresh and service fantastic.
This is such an amazing restaurant. Nothing fancy but food is one of the best we have had - all freshly cooked. I recommend the Bombas, it's like fried potato balls and just melts in your mouth. The food is all very reasonably priced. The...More
Originally a fisherman’s quarter, this quaint area can’t escape its small village feel: laundry hanging over the narrow streets, old ladies clamoring at each other from their balconies and elder gentlemen playing games on short wooden benches gossiping the day away, Barceloneta could double as a film set. Artists line the boardwalk displaying their magnificently detailed sand structures making this the most visited beach in
the city (the shirtless men working out might help too). You’ll know by the delicious aroma that you're in the right place to try some of the best and most authentic seafood including paella, Spain’s national dish.