Barcelona Restaurants



Agut Review

Wainscoting and 1950s' canvases are the background for the mostly Catalan crowd in this homey restaurant in the lower reaches of the Gothic Quarter. Agut was founded in 1924, and its popularity has never waned—after all, hearty Catalan fare at a fantastic value is always in demand. In season (September–May), try the pato silvestre agridulce (sweet-and-sour wild duck). There's a good selection of wine, but no frills such as coffee or liqueur.

    Restaurant Details

  • Credit cards accepted.
  • Closed Mon., and 2 wks in Aug. No dinner Sun.
Updated: 03-12-2014

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