Specializing in country cuisine from northern Catalonia's volcanic Garrotxa region, this restaurant, in the entryway to Barcelona's Ateneu (the cultural and literary club), is a find. The clean-lined dining room stresses glass and wood and the kitchen produces traditional recipes based on duck, goose, rabbit, and lamb. The location overlooks Plaça Vila de Madrid, is near the top of the Rambla, and is great for anyone looking to rest after the promenade's crowds.
Apr 27, 2008
Salad: without any fantasy, Paella: salt, salt and salt (and not what I ordered). Just a customers insult.