Lo de Flor (CLOSED)
Time Out says
With its gorgeous white interior decor, the wood and metal all creating a rustic, cosy minimalism, this tiny restaurant represents a continuation of the owner’s other restaurant, Flor Falchetti. The cuisine here represents a culinary tour of the Mediterranean, stopping off in France, Italy and Spain. The menu is very fluid, and so home-made meatballs and fresh fish are constantly on and off the blackboard, but there are always some permanent fixtures like beef tartar and herrings with tartar sauce.
|Transport:||Sant Antoni (M: L2)|