Time Out says
Opened in 2017, the Poblenou restaurant L’Artesana is small and simple. The menu is not very extensive during the day but offers enough options in conjunction with the daily specials to keep you satisfied. Apart from the menu, the croquettes are not to be passed on. They are truly original and some of the best. With that said, try eating outside of the menu, incorporating some originality of your own to your meal.
If you’re stuck to the menu, the hake with carrot and parsnips was is not a bad choice and is offered as the fish of the day at times. However, if you order the potato salad with sausage, you’ll be disappointed as it is just a spin on the traditional German salad. For dessert, the pears with pickles and yogurt was a refreshing end to the meal.
The best part of L’Artesana is how they treat their products: with respect. Although they care about their food and respect the quality of its content, the restaurant itself is not worth a visit to the Poblenou restaurant itself. If you want to visit, we suggest stopping by after a day of activities in the area.
Sant Joan de Malta, 148
|Transport:||Poblenou (M: L4)|
|Opening hours:||Mon closed; Tue, Wed 10am-4pm; Thu-Sat 10am-4pm, 8.30pm-11pm; Sun closed|