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Maybe the locals don't frequent 7 Portes as much as they once did, but that's where they're going wrong. One of the oldest restaurants in Barcelona is definitely still one to book into when what you want is good traditional cuisine in our city. It's hard to say which dish among the lengthy menu is the star of the house, but with so much to choose from, you can't really go wrong. You definitely won't be disappointed by the truffled cannelloni, and the seasonal rice dishes and paellas are the restaurant's biggest hits. If you fancy something a bit simpler but still substantial, you can opt for something like the cod fritters, authentic delights on any table.
Pasaje Isabel II, 14
Sant Pere, Santa Caterina i la Ribera
|Transport:||Barceloneta (M: L4)|
|Opening hours:||Daily 1pm-1am|