Ate here on the first evening of our city break and it's tucked away just a minutes walk from the main square in the gothic quarter. Was fairly busy so decided it was a good sign to go in and eat. Large range of tapas available to choose from that varied quite significantly in price. Service was decent and all food was clearly freshly prepared and to a good standard. My first choice of red was sold out however a second bottle was chosen along with some water. Dessert was a bit of a disappointment and quite expensive relative to the rest of the meal. Clearly lots of restaurant competition in Barcelona as this is ranked over 1000th in the city, but if your in this part of town you could do a lot worse!
Incidentally a far better venue than Tapa Fina just at the bottom of the road!
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