First restaurant we ate in Barcelona - both the food and service were superb! We did order too much food - the tapas portions were very generous. Ambiance was nice, stone walls and wrought iron chandeliers...jeans were acceptable.
First, they had menus in both English and Spanish, which was very helpful. They have prix fixe tapas menus which offer a variety of tapas to try, but since my daughter doesn't eat pork we decided to order our own. Our favorites were the spinach-walnut-pinchot croquettes, tuna carpaccio with wasabi ice cream, and fried brie with truffle honey. The grilled prawns and tomato bread were quite good too...probably the only thing we didn't love was the fried calamari, but mainly because it didn't come with a dipping sauce.
We'd go back in a heartbeat!
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