Time Out says
One of the oldest restaurants in Barcelona, Set Portes' eponymous seven doors open on to as many dining salons, all kitted out in elegant 19th-century décor. Long-aproned waiters bring regional dishes, served in vast portions, including a stewy fish 'zarzuela' with half a lobster, a different paella daily (shellfish, for example, or rabbit and snails), a wide array of fresh seafood, and heavier dishes such as herbed black-bean stew with pork sausage, and 'orujo' sorbet to finish. Reservations are available only for certain tables; otherwise, get there early at dinnertime.
Pasaje Isabel II, 14
Sant Pere, Santa Caterina i la Ribera
|Transport:||Barceloneta (M: L4)|
|Opening hours:||Daily 1pm-1am|