Our oldest son had 2 recommendations for food in Barcelona:
one great seafood restaurant he doesn't know the name of and is hoping Elizabeth will get back to him with the name before we leave here (I think we found it anyway and will review it in a inute or so; the other was' Pulperia A'Gudina. A WINNER!
We make a resrvation and are greeted by the owner (we think) who asked us if we wanted to order or he should do it for us. I insisted on the octopus and he selected most of the rest. super fresh seafood, wonderfull ham great chesses and wines from Gallicia. The octopus served with boiled potato and paprika was reminiscent of the food we had in Vialba and Compostella years ago. No crowds, helpful service excellent food
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