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We West there as we just wanted a small meal, but did not really know the restaurant. It was quite busywhan we came so no time to browse the counter where shrimps fish and meat was Lyongade for display. We ordered 2 small pizzas whichturned...More
Codfish with honey is very salty. Sauce was delicious but fish itself was terribly salty. You can eat more delicious one in another place.
Rib steak was not warm, even cool, though it took 20 minutes to cook.
I would not recommend this restaurant.More
Date of visit: February 2019
aynetoc, Responsable relations clients at La Flauta, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago
Thanks chaeeeeea for your valuable comment. We are really sorry about the excess of salt in the codfish that ruined the seafood at his best quality. The same for the rib steak. Our excuses. It might have been a lapse of concentration of our cook....More
We went there for diner and several breakfast. Both were delicious however, the diner slightly salty. They have very fresh and delicious products, the service is very attentive and prompt. Excellent coffee, flautas and shrimps. Good location and inside they have a beautiful decoration.
Called in for a few drinks on our first evening in Barcelona as it had been recommended to me. So glad we did as it was a busy, lively bar with friendly staff and customers. I would definitely eat here if ever I came back...More
This food is amazing. My friends and I kept ordering and were painfully full at the end. I recommend the cod with honey and aioli- might be the best thing I've ever put in my mouth.
Also the churros for dessert. But wow everything else...More
Great place to experience really good tapas. Best to book in advance, very busy. When you walk in to the restaurant there is a display of the fresh not yet cooked, which make it easy to choose. We been to several places this week for...More
I had come to this restaurant a few times prior to my last experience there last week. I would have given it a 4 previously, but the last time was so bad, I never want to go again. First of all, the waiter, Victor, was...More
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