Gut first grabs you by the eye, with the pristine white of its furniture broken up by accompanying vintage wooden chairs that run along the rectangular space. They serve breakfast, lunch (a set menu with good value for money), dinner and drinks. The menu is short and focused on Mediterranean and Asian fusion cuisine like Kerala-style chicken curry with mango and raita yoghurt sauce, and grilled octopus with potato and carrot salad and a gorgeous avocado dressing. The kitchen is open most of the day, and for lunch they've got a different, afternoon menu, which is a reduced version of the dinner menu.
The folks at Gut have extended their offer even more with a hearty breakfast service from Monday to Friday, between 8.30am and 12.30pm, when you can have a tofu hot dog or pig's trotter's canneloni or salted cod with ratatouille, among other non-traditional ways to start your day. And 90 percent of their menu is suitable for those on a gluten-free diet. They've also got sandwiches for breakfast, cakes and beer that are all gluten-free.
|Opening hours:||Breakfast: Mon-Fri 8:30am-12:30pm. Lunch: Mon-Sat 1pm-4pm (and Sun between Oct and Apr); Dinner: Mon-Thu 6pm-11.30pm; Fri, Sat 6pm-midnight; Sun 7pm-11pm|
|Transport:||Verdaguer (M: L4, L5), Diagonal (M: L3, L5)|
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Came highly recommended to me. Very disappointing. More of a confusion than fusion. Dumpling wrappers were heavy and hard, although filling was fine. Tuna for main was served seared but handled poorly, parts were inedible. Served with a salsa verde type sauce it was a strange combination and my palette was confused. Japanese influence was poorly executed. They have tried to over complicate things. Despite what you here this place is not worth the visit.