We were recommended to visit this place by our local friend, so we gave it a try. It was extremely crowded and we had to wait, esp. since there was some South Korean TV troop there shooting a film about the Catalan cuisine. So what can I say:
-Amazing chickpeas! Saw it on someones plate and ordered, and it was really tasty with a lot herbs and also very tender
-Beef stew was quite nice as well
- You can definitely enjoy the authentic experience of eating in the middle of the local market
- No-one speaks English at all:) The only menu is written on the wall in Spanish. And although we still managed to get the food (mostly thanks to the couple next to us), I felt like there was noway to know all the options. That's also when I felt I should have learned some Spanish:)
- Was a bit pricey compared to other nice tapas we've been too (roughly 50 for 2)
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