Definitely wasn't worth the travel from the city to this rather remote tapas bar. The food was ok and cheap, but lots of similar places at the centre of town.
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We went there on our last night in Barcelona. My niece is 3 year old and he enjoy as much as us. They have a great wine selection, and the bravas it's to die for. We also tried sepia and grilled espárragos. Seat inside if...More
We went with a local friend and loved it. It was busy and a bit crowded, but it added to the atmosphere and wasnt annoying. Food was fast and plenty. We tried what felt like the whole menu and loved or liked it all. It...More
We were a big group of 30 non-Spanish people, and everyone else was local. Authentic food and atmosphere.
I recommend to anyone who wants to eat good "Tapas" and "Montaditos" The product is top quality, the service is very professional, fast and efficient. Worth to wait a little to taste not only the tapas and the montaditos but their excellent Flutes with an...More
La Esquinica is a very well-known restaurant of tapas located in Fabra i Puig street, in the surroundings of Barcelona. Here it is possible to taste and share a lot of lovely tapas with friends. We came here and taste cured cheese, croquettes of some...More
This is a quintessential Spanish restaurant .....photos of bull runs from the 30's.......old Spanish me from the 50's.......and decor out of the 40's! Our waiter was exceptional and spoke enough English to either like or dislike our choices which was cool! We were going to...More