Just above Plaça de Sarrià, Vivanda produces traditional Catalan miniatures, para picar (small morsels), platillos (little dishes), and half rations of meat and fish listed as platillos de pescado and platillos de carne, thanks to a redesigned menu by Alkimia's Jordi Vilà. The coca de pa de vidre con tomate (a delicate shell of bread with tomato and olive oil) and the venison-like presa de Ibérico (fillet of Ibérico pig) are both exquisite. Weather permitting, book a table in the lush back garden for lunch.
Major de Sarrià 134, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08017, Spain
Jul 28, 2006
They have the best gazpacho I've ever had! Must try.