Decorated with great taste, Cafe Emma stands where French cuisine fans might remember Le Relais de Venise once stood, where you could get an excellent entrecôte served with a sauce typical of the restaurant of the same name in Paris. At Cafe Emma two Michelin-starred chefs, Romain Fornell and Michel Sarran, have come together and entrusted their kitchen to Daniel Brin, who previously worked in the gone-but-not-forgotten Maison du Languedoc Roussillon. A true bistrot, Cafe Emma offers a daily set lunch menu featuring traditional French cusine. Among their top dishes are the 'blanquette de veau' (veal stew), the punchy onion soup, the onglet with challots, the macaroni with lobster and the steak tartare. You might want to skip dessert here and head to neighbouring L'Epicerie, a tea room with its own patisserie.
|Venue name:||Cafe Emma|
Pau Claris, 142
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri 8am-12.30am; Sat, Sun, hols 9am-12.30am|
|Transport:||Passeig de Gràcia (M: L2,L3,L4)|