Casa Delfín

Restaurants, Catalan Sant Pere, Santa Caterina i la Ribera
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Casa Delfín
ivan gimenez

Locals were heartbroken when the old, beloved Casa Delfín served its last plate of fried sardines, but it has scrubbed up very nicely indeed in its new incar- nation. Meticulous attention has been paid to respecting traditional Catalan recipes, with a rich and sticky 'suquet' (fish stew) and excellent ‘moun- tain’ lamb with wild mushrooms. Brit owner Kate has left her imprint, however, and you’ll also find the best Eton mess this side of Windsor.

By: Manel Guirado


Venue name: Casa Delfín
Address: Passeig del Born, 36
Opening hours: Mon-Thu,Sun 8am-midnight; Fri-Sat 8am-1am
Transport: Jaume I (M: L4)
Price: Main courses 9 €
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Elizabeth P


Great restaurant with nice ambience and outdoor seating. Fresh seafood. Suquet is great. Good place for tapas. Nice wine list. Reasonably priced.