Pasta City CC Diagonal Mar

Cinemas Diagonal Mar i el Front Marítim del Poblenou
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Pasta City Restaurant is located in the Diagonal Mar, a few steps from the beach and the modern Diagonal Mar Park. This is a traditional Italian restaurant with new and innovative recipes. In their letter you will find a variety of pasta and pizza, for example, Penne Bolognese, bechamel gratin Cannelloni with the traditional pizza Prosciutto or cooked ham and mozzarella. All are made with high quality products. The Pasta City environment is friendly and welcoming, as is a modern but traditional and classic details. It is an ideal restaurant for a meal with family or friends one day and spend the afternoon giving a back for the mall. You can also try other restaurants of the same group: Pasta City or Comess Group.
Venue name: Pasta City CC Diagonal Mar
Contact:
Address: 3
Avinguda Diagonal
Barcelona
08019
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