Giles Brown, who hails from the UK and is the owner of a small empire of Asian 'tapas' restaurants that started out in 2003 with Mosquito, has opened his seventh with Cal Cuc. Also on the menu are big bowls of dishes to be eaten with a spoon, and wok dishes such as a green curry with squid that's tender, just the right touch of spicy, and pays tribute to a classic Catalan dish that combines squid with soft meatballs made with bits of shellfish.
Splashing out on loads of things to do in Barcelona can quickly add up. From all of the historic sites and city attractions to nights out on the town, things can start to cost a pretty penny. However, visiting Barcelona is possible, especially when it comes to food! Whether you're looking for a place to eat that's near the hotel you got a great deal on or close to the local shopping areas, from quick takeaway options to tapas and drinks or a sit-down meal, you'll be able to eat like royalty without having to hurt your wallet.
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