It's not a bad restaurant at all, style, service and presentation are immaculate, but food was not delightful except for 2 (aceitunas and the tickets cheesecake), and a couple of other very good tapas (but just a couple). Cocktails were just Ok as well. They tend to overuse the flat and crispy bread instead of the regular one in tapas to improve presentation but you get bored of it. The worst was the orange and olive thing they used to wash our taste (it was awful and it was charged in the bill as a tapa).
To summarize, it doesn't blow your mind like a 50 the best should do it. I don't think that it deserves to be in the list since I don't even consider it the best in Barcelona.
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