Time Out says
Posted: Sat Dec 10 2011
More colourful than most, this tea room is a good place to plop yourself down on the sofa and hang around for a while. The walls are mini exhibition areas for young artists to hang their paintings, while at the tables they serve exotic teas from around the world, taking you on a journey that could very well start in Tibet and end up in Morocco. While you're at it, you can also take tokes from a 'nargile', the popular Arab pipes also known as hookahs. La Clandestina also make juices and smoothies that are famous among the punters.
La Clandestina Baixada de Viladecols, 2