The menu reads like a great compilation of the most famous tapas created at other Barcelona bars. You'll find the fillet with foie gras from the Vaso de Oro and the salmon 'boat' from Quimet i Quimet. Special mention goes to the 'cecina' (cured ham) and cheese in olive oil wraps on a skewer, a true marvel rarely found outside Northern Spain. Sophistication aside, at La Sede they seek the quality and good raw materials the same way they do at the traditional 'bodegas' they so admire. Although you'll find wines at La Sede, they're passionate about good, draught beer. This is why they have Czech beer Urquell on tap and, if you're even more sophisticated, you can dip into a wide variety of craft beers (both bottled and on tap). Goretti lived in Italy for a while, which is why you'll find a lot of Italian products here. Try their selection of pickled treats, difficult to get your hands on in Catalonia otherwise: grilled spring onions, 'peperoncino', sundried tomatoes stuffed with capers and tuna, and other delicacies to accompany the house Spritz.