We stopped in for a light dinner on our first night in Barcelona. This street was recommended to us by our hotel staff as THE place to eat in the neighborhood without the high prices of La Rambla. What a pleasant way to start our trip! The pintxos were varied and freshly prepared. Our wait person recommended the fresh artichokes that were only available on occasion. They were delicious. Try them if available. They specially prepared pan e tomate, not necessarily on the menu that night, but something I had been looking forward to for some time. So, upon request, they made it. Fresh and crunchy, a true Catalan specialty. The hit of the night was a free bite of fresh mushrooms in a wine sauce that were served in a tiny pastry dough "cup." So good! Very friendly staff, busy with lots of locals. Highly recommended.
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