Food and drink
It's traditional Catalan. They do a particularly good arroz a la casola – the Catalan version of paella, cooked in a deep earthenware pot rather than a shallow pan. I’m also a fan of their homemade flan de huevo – crème caramel.
It's modern and minimalist in contrast to the swirling splendour of the building.
It's good, prompt and very friendly.
It's about a five to ten-minute walk from the cinema museum and the main city shopping area.
The menu of the day is nine euros.
- Backpackers / Students
- Families with teenagers
- Design and architecture