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Barcelona Restaurants

Agut

Updated 03/12/2014

Fodor's 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 Information

Address:

Gignàs 16, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08002, Spain

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Phone:

93-315–1709

Restaurant Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • Closed Mon., and 2 wks in Aug. No dinner Sun.

Updated 03/12/2014

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By Anders

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Feb 21, 2006

stay away.

hi, i was there in February 2006 and i was disappointed with everything - the menu, the food, and the service.

By Joaquin

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May 30, 2003

Amazing value

You could never find a place like this in the US, with such good food at such a good value. I am surprised at the other reviews and wonder about their culinary expertise (especially miss McDonald's). This restaurant is not for you people who have little appreciation for complex fare and expect a hunk of meat and french fries as a good meal. There are McDonalds and a Burger King on the Rambla for that. Having travelled the world and eaten in many impressive

star restaurants, I must say that even so Agut stands out. The local upper-middle class crowd attests to this as well.

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By David

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Nov 21, 2002

Don't judge a book by its cover

We were enticed by the beautiful paintings, the wood paneling and the large glass windows, but this restaurant failed to deliver, even if the price was right. What killed this meal was the service. The waiters were so unhappy, and their sadness permeated the restaurant. The food was OK, but I would have prefered tapas at a place with life, good cheer and servers who liked their jobs. Ugh!

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