This Barcelona favorite is justly famous for combining superb interior design with carefully prepared cuisine. Market-fresh ingredients in original combinations are solidly rooted in traditional Catalan recipes, while the menu balances seafood and upland specialties, game, and domestic raw materials. Try the perdiz asada con jamón ibérico (roast partridge with Iberian ham), or, if it's available, becada (woodcock), in which Carles Gaig is a recognized master.
May 25, 2007
Certainly 1 of the best restaurants in town, but perhaps not in the top 3. Comparing degustation menus, atmostphere, value and service, Moo in Hotel Omm is a notch better