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Stopped in for some drinks as a friend recommended this place. We were told to order with the server and our drinks would be brought upstairs. Only one made it up and I had to track down the server. Also had to find him again...More
Disappointing and overpriced. Gregorio waiter is rude and grumpy. Order was wrong and they tried to blame us for the mistakes. 5 of us ate and all meals were bad, and cold. Took so long to order food and drinks (poor service). There are much...More
We are here for lunch as it was conveniently located next to the shops. The waiters were extremely rude, especially Gregorio who huffed and was miserable even when we asked for salt and pepper. In the end he got our order wrong and we had...More
Very good food, not generous though, with reasonable variety. Prices okay compared to similar standard spots. Food is served very promptly. Interior design really nice and classy.
We more often than not choose Nuria and keep going there despite the numerous restaurants in the area....More
We stopped here as it was conveniently located. I wish we chose somewhere else. The food was average at best and the service was downright rude and pretentious. These folks seem to have lost their understanding that they are employed to serve the customer.
My boyfriend and I were told 2 tapas dishes each, as we were extremely hungry we ordered 5 and a tomato bread. That was the perfect amount for us, as the portions are fair but not overly generous.
Cocktails and wines were nice!
It was really good food, and our waiter Jose provided excellent service and good Spanish lesions. The muga rioja white wine was really good. Only downside was the light, little bit to strong. Really recommend this place!
We wanted some place where we could relax after walking around a lot and getting on and off the hop-on-hop off. Both HOHOs are very close. This is pretty much at the top of Las Ramblas, so the location is good, and just outside Catalunya...More
Nuria's menu really appealed to us as there was such a wide variety of dishes available and it is a well establish restaurant (opened in 1926).
Upon arrival we were greeted by Alvaro who advised there would be a 5 minute wait to be seated....More
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