Restaurants, Haute cuisine L'Antiga Esquerra de l'Eixample
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A tiny space with a small kitchen staff produces first-class dishes. A must. Rafa Penya is now an indisputable leader in bistronomics. The dishes are creative, but  always tasty and recognisable, such as the octopus with Catalan black sausage, the pigeon with ginger, or the mouth-watering omelette made with herbs and wrapped with a paper-thin slice of Catalan bacon.

By: Ricard Martín


Venue name: Gresca
Address: Provença, 230
Eixample Esquerre
Opening hours: 1.30pm-3.30pm; 8.30pm-10.30pm
Transport: Diagonal (M: L3,L5)

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Been to Gresca 4 times in the past 3 years and sent at least 1 dozen group of friends and we all came out raving about the creative dishes and value received each time.  Its one of the best kept secrets in Barcelona

This food is really nasty. I wanted to puke and spit. But I didnt cuz i was on a date with a girl.