The house that Joan Boneta built – himself an architect-turned-cook – surprises with its highly imaginative treatment of Catalan tapas and small dishes. Just reading the menu can make your mouth water. A 40 percent capacity here translates into about three tables and approximately 12 customers at a time. The set lunch menu is one of the best in town: you start with a dish of three amazing tapas made with the freshest produce, then it's on to a hearty main of something like tuna tartare or a really great 'fricandó'. Book before you go. And if you prefer a takeaway, appreciate that Can Boneta has managed to produce some 30 rice dishes a day!
The day we've all been waiting for (especially long-suffering restaurant and bar owners) has arrived: Barcelona is entering Phase 2 of getting back out there. Bars and restaurants can now open their interior dining rooms, albeit at 40 percent of their usual maximum capacity. This, added to the joy of their outdoor terraces having opened at 50 percent of their capacity in Phase 1, brings some relief to a sector that represents no less than 6.2 percent of the Spanish GDP. So, with happiness, patience and prudence, you can now get back to some of your favourite places to eat in Barcelona. We have the pleasure of recommending some of ours, which are already serving.
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