Barcelona Restaurants

L'Arrosseria Xàtiva

  • Torrent d'en Vidalet 26 Map It
  • Gràcia
  • Spanish

Published 08/18/2015

Fodor's Review

This rustic dining room in Gràcia, a spinoff from the original in Les Corts, evokes the rice paddies and lowlands of Valencia and eastern Spain. Low lighting imparts a warm glow over exposed brick walls, wood-beam ceilings, and bentwood chairs. It's a great spot to savor some of Barcelona's finest paellas and rice dishes. Fish, seafood, and grilled meats round out a complete menu prepared with loving care and using top ingredients. The midday set lunches offer outstanding value. Another branch on Carrer de Bordeus 35 in Les Corts is just as good, and makes a fine pre- or postmatch option if you're going to an FC Barcelona game at the Camp Nou.

Restaurant Information

Address:

Torrent d'en Vidalet 26, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08012, Spain

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Phone:

93-284–8502

Published 08/18/2015

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Mar 6, 2017

Great restaurant for groups in the heart of emblematic Gracia's neigborhood

Xàtiva-Gracia is a place with a rustic and family feel. It's not expensive(mid-range price) and it's located in the heart of emblematic Gracia's neigborhood, between Verdi and Travessera de Gràcia streets, next to the extens bar offer. So it's a excellent choice for groups. It have a rustic and family feel, for enjoying the best paellas and Valencian rice dishes althought its menu also offers a great variety of starters and others meat or fish

main courses, mainly Mediterranean dishes. It offer an excelent menu group. It's really good. I recommend as a started "Xàtiva braves" (fried potatoes in spicy sauce) and Mussels with marinara sauce. And as a main course I loves its ‘Fideuà’ (noodles paella) with prawns, squid & oil stew. Desserts are not so special, a coffee or a fresh fruit, but I think it's a good value menu. I also recommend its genuine paella, made Valencian rice, but over all the "bomba" rice from the Ebro Delta. It's so delicious!

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