For the second time, we attended the Barcelona Restaurant with family members. The menu is mainly tapas, which are a collection of small portions of Spanish plates full of flavor. Tapas are a great opportunity to travel the culinary culture of Spain. From aged ham and chesses to sea food variations. A large wine collection, mainly from Spain, served by bottle or glass provides an ample opportunity to experiment with several combinations of mouthwatering flavors. A “jarra” of cold sangria is also an option for summer time.
They also offer a regular meal menu topped with freshly cooked paella for two. Let the staff guide your tour of flavor and quantities. You may become full with the tapas and may decide to share paella with your party. A two person portion served six guests!
Prices are reasonable but on the high end. Lunch and dinner is a festive family oriented environment, turning into more “mature” crowd for evening time.
Better if you make a reservation! Buen Provecho!
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