Time Out says
If you just can't live without meat, you should certainly try El Racó d'en Pep.
If you love snails or go mad for a great entrecote, then El Racó d'en Pep is just the place for you. This family restaurant, which serves home-made, fresh dishes, has been run by Pep and Joana since 1994. At El Racó it's the meat, always grilled and sourced locally, that's the star. Highlights include the boned pork cheek, 'secret' (special pork cut that is not always easy to locate, hence the name) of Iberian pork, and pork tenderloin grilled and gratinated with garlic mayonnaise with 'sobrassada' (spicy spreading sausage from Mallorca) and honey. If you're also a fan of desserts, you shouldn't miss the cream cheese and white chocolate cake with toffee and biscuit, or the chocolate mousse with milk and chocolate cream. They're bound to tempt you! You also shouldn't leave El Racó d'en Pep without trying the snails and, when they're in season, the breaded 'calçots' (Catalan onions). In addition, they have a gluten-free and vegetarian menu.
de Santa Afra, s/n
|Opening hours:||Tue-Sun 1pm-4pm; Fri-Sat 8.15pm-11.45pm. Closed Mondays.|