A family has run this place for the past 30 years and they're keeping their bravas recipe close to their chest.
The chef's special sauce includes minced chorizo sausage, tomate with roasted chilli and home-made mayo.
A mini serving of whipped bravas topped with a garlic, chilli and paprika sauce – what happens when inspiration strikes.
Best in town? Some say yay, others a big nay. We're not getting involved but the old place certainly merits a look-see.
These potatoes are roasted rather than fried and served with a bottle of spicy oil, so burn junkies can go all out.
You don't get a historic venue, just straight-up delicious 'chef's' bravas in this quality tapas spot.
Their Catalan-style bravas come topped with garlic mayonnaise ('allioli') and spicy oil.
OK, they're not bravas, but these meat-and-potato balls ('patates d'Olot') are a rich treat for carnivores.