From the sea to your plate. Enjoy the freshest products in these selected restaurants.
The owners of this restaurant are from a renowned family restaurant in Vilanova, and they have come to Barcelona to bring a new concept to the big city: the Paella Club. While continuing with the idea of a menu featuring quality rice and fish dishes, customers who are too much in a hurry – or too lazy – to choose can opt for a Club, which consists of a quick starter and a rice dish, with dessert and wine included, all for a set price.
This was an old bar in the port district of Taulat that members of Els Joglars actors’ troupe bought and cleaned up some 40 years ago. Then Josep Maulini and his wife purchased it, and turned it into the lovely spot it is today. It still has the air of a small-town bar, with its antique furniture that has been combined with modern decor. One delicious recommendation: grilled sardines in sauce, though they don’t always have them. Rice dishes are a staple on the menu, and they never disappoint.
Tino Martínez, sailor and chef extraordinaire, has opened a unusual restaurant in Barcelona specialising in lobster: he has recovered the recipes of the lobster fishermen from the island of Tabarca, and he does so with a menu that includes lobster and rice cooked in the lobster stock.