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La Plaza del Pedró is very special: it's home to a historic pre-Roman monolith, an ancient fountain, a monument to one of Barcelona's patron saints and the intersection of many important city streets.
Zelig made its home on a small corner in 2004 after the owner, Michell Koopman, fell in love with Barcelona and decided to open a place that serves everything he likes: homemade pasta, desserts, drinks and traditional Dutch dishes.
Try the 'kwekkeboom kroket' (a huge croquette), la 'frikandel' (sausage) or the 'bitterballen' (a meat and bechamel croquette). As for cocktails, you can't go wrong with the Zelig Horizontal, a drink of vodka, cranberry juice, ginger and sugar.
Don't forget to come for the holiday parties like Queen's and King's Day, which is celebrated by wearing orange (the royal color of the Netherlands), or stop in to check out one of the art exhibitions.
|Transport:||Sant Antoni (M: L2)|
|Opening hours:||Mon closed; Tue-Thu 6pm-2am; Fri 6pm-3am; Sat 1pm-3am; Sun 1pm-2am.|