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Can Culleretes Review
Just off the Rambla in the Gothic Quarter, this family-run restaurant founded in 1786 displays tradition in both decor and culinary offerings. As Barcelona's oldest restaurant (listed in the Guinness Book of Records), generations of the Manubens and Agut families have kept this unpretentious spot at the forefront of the city's dining options for over two centuries. Wooden beams overhead and bright paintings of sea- and landscapes on the walls surround a jumble of tables. Traditional Catalan specialties such as spinach cannelloni with cod, wild boar stew, or the classic white beans with botifarra sausage are impeccably prepared by a fleet of skilled family chefs.
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