This restaurant was just a couple of blocks away from our hotel, in the middle of the Eixample, away from La Rambla and the tourist areas. It seemed that they cater to the locals at this restaurant. Outside seating by the street was nice, it was a cool evening.
We had three delicious tapas -- tapas de foie gras, Iberian ham, and Pan con Tomato. We should have stuck with tapas because our main course, Catalan Paella, consisted almost entirely of rice, save for some little bitty pieces of seafood floating around here and there. And it was not very tasty (we were told this is classic Catalan style Paella). The service was good and the wait staff was friendly.
Would we return? Probably, but for tapas only!
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