Time Out says
What is it? Traditional Catalan cuisine with a haute cuisine approach, headed up by Michelin-starred chef Nando Jubany, himself dedicated heart and soul to tradition.
Why go? The mixed-meat croquettes, the Russian salad and the fried calamari rings are excellent starters that show off what's to come. The filling in the croquettes is juicy and tasty, and the Russian salad might just be the best in the whole of the Eixample. Jubany's original and creative cannelloni are some of the best in Barcelona: lovely bechamel sauce, and instead of a filling that smells like nothing at all and only tastes of chicken or foie gras, here you'll sink your teeth into perfectly prepared roast beef. And do not miss out on their 'fricandó' (a sort of beef stew) with chips.
Ptge. de la Concepció, 13
Dreta de l'Eixample
|Transport:||Passeig de Gràcia (M: L2, L3, L4)|
|Opening hours:||Daily 1m-4pm, 7.30pm-11pm|