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Ya Ya Amelia
Ya Ya Amelia Review
Just two blocks uphill from Gaudí's Sagrada Família church, this kitchen serves lovingly prepared and clued-in dishes ranging from warm goat-cheese salad to foie (duck or goose liver) to chuleton de buey a la sal (beef cooked in salt). The "Ya Ya" (an affectionate term for grandmother in Spanish) was apparently of Basque origin, as the cuisine here is a pleasantly schizoid medley of Basque and Catalan. Serving from noon to 6 pm and from 8 pm to midnight, the Ya Ya is a welcome relief for the ravenous and weary fresh from touring the Eixample sites.
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