Time Out says
First established in 1957, Can Ramonet has since given birth to El Nou Ramonet, La Fresca and La Vinoteca, and it remains the flagship of the group today. It's a place where you know you're going to get a great traditional rice dish with a modern flair. The menu keeps up the high standard, and you'll always find favourites like black rice (in squid ink) and fideuà (think paella with vermicelli instead of rice). For something a bit different, order the tasty oxtail rice with the bold addition of mussels – it's a risky bet that pays off. You can also order Barceloneta classics such as tripe with chickpeas or snail stew. The affordable daily set lunch menu might be a bit more daring than some, but it's right in line with what the locals want in this seaside neighbourhood.
|Transport:||Barceloneta (M: L4)|
|Opening hours:||Daily 11am-midnight|