Casa Tina restaurant in Paris just off l'Etoile is the place to be if you're dreaming of Barcelona. This vibrant, cheery tapas place is full of authentic Spanish detail, like colourful ceramic tiles, brightly glazed plates, bull-fighting and flamenco posters, scarlet banquettes, dried hams and peppers hanging from the ceiling, and the air filled with Iberian sounds. The simple, traditional tapas are superfresh and just right, from cold ones like serrano and pata negra ham to tortillas and fried calamari to beautiful fresh fish like special cuttlefish or calamari a la plancha. The daily specials, according to the season and market, appear on the slate. Lively, buzzing ambience.