Josep Maria Freixa's kitchen is the starting point to a festival of good traditional Catalan cooking, with a focus on haute cuisine and a dash of renovation, but without going overboard. So you can expect pig's trotters blanketed in prunes and pine nuts; meatballs; prawns; and what are perhaps the best macaroni in Barcelona. Freixa is what they call a chef of chefs: he's more than earned his stripes in top restaurants around town, and has put all his collected wisdom into a rejuvenated Catalan cuisine, with dishes such as cannelloni with three kinds of roasted meat, and cod with tomato, prunes and garlic mayonnaise. Here, every day is a reason to celebrate.
|Venue name:||Freixa Tradició||Contact:|
Sant Elies, 22
|Opening hours:||Mon closed; Tue-Sat 1pm-3.45pm, 9pm-11.30pm.|
|Transport:||Sant Gervasi (FGC)|