This restaurant was recommended to us by two different locals as a place to go for well prepared traditional food, not the usual "tourist" style food found in so many other restaurants. As an old, traditional restaurant, the decor reflects that - not a modern vibe, but rather a warm ambiance.
The food we had was absolutely excellent, from the delicious calçots starter to paella and wild boar. The wine list included modestly priced wines to more expensive, offering a good range. Service was reasonably good - our experience in many European restaurants is that the servers are not trying to pretend to be your best new friend, and we're find with that. The prices are not cheap, but the quality is there. Although we were there fairly early in the evening by Barcelona standards, a significant part of the clientele seemed to be local, which we take as a good sign. We plan to return next time we visit this beautiful city.
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