Casa Delfín

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  • Catalan
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ivan gimenez
Sant Pere, Santa Caterina i la Ribera

Locals were heartbroken when the old, beloved Casa Delfín served its last plate of fried sardines, but it has scrubbed up very nicely indeed in its new incar- nation. Meticulous attention has been paid to respecting traditional Catalan recipes, with a rich and sticky 'suquet' (fish stew) and excellent ‘moun- tain’ lamb with wild mushrooms. Brit owner Kate has left her imprint, however, and you’ll also find the best Eton mess this side of Windsor.

Venue name: Casa Delfín
Address: Passeig del Born, 36
Opening hours: Mon-Thu,Sun 8am-midnight; Fri-Sat 8am-1am
Transport: Jaume I (M: L4)
Price: Main courses 9 €
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Elizabeth P


Great restaurant with nice ambience and outdoor seating. Fresh seafood. Suquet is great. Good place for tapas. Nice wine list. Reasonably priced.