My wife and I plus my brother and his wife visited this tapas/restaurant on the third night of our stay in Barcelona having already tried Tapac 24 and Boca Grande. We were looking for something that was somewhat middle of the road in terms of price but with a spanish feel. Like other reviewers we were attracted by the hanging Jamon ibericos just inside of the entrance. We chose to eat in the restaurant which was much bigger than first impressions from outside and had a very varied menu. Service was very friendly and the waiter answered all our questions about the food and wine as best they could with their limited english, also taking our order when we were ready. We chose 2 dishes of Paella and 2 steak dishes and we all enjoyed our choices. The Paella was served to us by 'Carlos' who it turned out was the duty manager that evening. He was a very warm and friendly guy who we had a bit of good banter with. At the end of the meal my brothers wife was looking at the lobsters in the fish tank and Carlos organised one to be taken out for her to hold which was quite a brave thing for her (and him) to do. On asking for the bill we were each given a glass of rather nice Cava and after paying the bill (€140 for all food and drinks including 2 bottles of nice red and white wine plus water) we were given some extra dessert to eat with another glass of Cava. Overall we had a great evening and we had no complaints. For the price the food was very good. As expected it was not of Boca Grande quality but they charge nearly twice as much as Casa Gallega.
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