Food and drink
It’s known as a tapas restaurant, which is a little bit misleading – basically what you get are small portions to share. Signature dishes include the ‘Kinder egg’ (which comes in its shell, and is lined with truffle) and the ‘Pizza sashimi’ – delicate little things on a paper-thin crust.
It goes for a steely-grey industrial chic look, leavened with blasts of yellow and red and a vast, vaguely homoerotic photo on one wall.
I’ve had the odd blip here, but mostly the service is everything you’d expect from a Michelin-starred restaurant.
C/Comerç runs down the easternmost flank of the Sant Pere neighbourhood, just above the Born proper.
There is a Festival Menu, with a selection of ‘tapas’, for 62 euros. If you go à la carte you’ll probably spend a little less, but not much.
For details on Tapas24 and Bravo see the website below.
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