Time Out says
The rambling dining rooms at the ‘house of teaspoons’ have been packing ’em in since 1786. The secret to this restaurant’s longevity is a straightforward one: honest, hearty cooking and decent wine served at the lowest possible prices. Under huge oil paintings and a thousand signed black-and-white photos, diners munch wild boar stew, roasted duck with prunes, veal knuckle with milk cap mushrooms, cava-stewed pig’s trotters and superbly fresh seafood.
|Transport:||Liceu (M: L3)|
|Opening hours:||Mon closed; Tue-Sat 1.30pm-4pm, 8pm-10.45pm; Sun 1.30pm-4pm|