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    13:00 - 01:00, 00:00 - 01:00

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    00:00 - 01:00, 13:00 - 01:00

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    00:00 - 01:00, 13:00 - 01:00

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    00:00 - 01:00, 13:00 - 01:00

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    00:00 - 01:00, 13:00 - 01:00

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Reviews

  • Niranjan Thampu

    2
    - 09 September 2018 -

    Extremely disappointed with their paella. We ordered black rice paella and a seafood paella. It was taste like frozen seafood paella and awful after taste. I visited almost 10 places in Barcelona for paella and this is the worst place, it just a tourist trap! Also sangria, it was extremely strong and you can only taste the alcohol! I make better sangria at home with my no food skill 🤭 I’d recommend not visiting this place if you want to really experience paella in Spain. Their other food maybe good but I would not recommend it for paella.

  • Ethan Chen

    4
    - 26 August 2018 -

    Nice old fashion restaurant. Enjoyed the paella here. The caramel pudding dessert was just okay. One little bad thing was they charge the bread without any notifying first. However, still a nice experience here.

  • kuoch monyvann

    1
    - 04 August 2018 -

    Service no good at all, we have order seafood platter but the waiter did even bring the tool as shel cracker etc... until it is request by us , there no plate provide to dispose empty shell. It look like tourism are not welcome and not well serve. We will not recommend anyone to go there , because price service and quality doesn’t meet. The management should look seriously at the staff because if this is service and hospitality your staff extend to foreigner for sure you many will not come back. Finally quality is not good. Maybe we are tourism and they don’t want us . The service is completely difference to the local customer.

  • Chloe Campbell

    4
    - 23 July 2018 -

    Great Paella in an old world setting. Beautiful decor, lovely service, and we had a piano playing too. Only note-they offer you bread (that is very average) when you arrive, as is pretty normal at a high end restaurant, but then they charge you an extortionate amount for it when the bill comes. So, if you don’t care for bread, just ask not to have it included on the bill!

  • Mike

    5
    - 05 July 2018 -

    Great place to go for dinner alone or with company. Looks beautiful inside. The food is great (as you can see on the pictures)! Really nice welcoming staff, who is ready to help you choose what you want. Great variety of wines.

  • Pedro Vazquez

    2
    - 04 July 2018 -

    Having a reservation still means waiting at least 20 minutes. Paella was average (better in Galicia). Our waitress was awesome (only good aspect) and dishes were overpriced based on quality of food. Our son’s steak was flavorless and more fat than meat. Would recommend you try other restaurants

  • Marty Devine

    4
    - 03 July 2018 -

    We really enjoyed our time here. The food was fantastic. Get a paella dish! They are delicious and served to you! The whole experience was complimented by the exquisite piano playing. However, we are only giving a 4 because a lot of the other guests there were loud and quite unruly despite the clear formal nature of the establishment. I would suggest a dress for ladies and a shirt for gentlemen. Or whatever you think is the appropriate equivalent.

  • Kurt Weber

    4
    - 02 June 2018 -

    We had a great time. Making reservations online was easy and we did that while touring Barcelona on foot. Professional wait staff was courteous and attentive. The decor reminds me of a US steak house with the dark wood paneling but I like that. Dinner was served a bit too quick and we shared vegetarian Paella and it was very good. As with most food in Spain, I found it weak on spices but it was still very good. Two desserts. One chocolate cake did not impress my wife. I had a tart which was good but not great. Summary is dinner was well worth the money but desserts a bit lacking.

  • 3
    - 12 October 2016 -

    Good location, interior is nice and classic but could eventually get a new face lift. Food is good/ok but nothing special. Prices are OK. Only one vegetarian meal on the menu (with starters two)

  • 4
    - 15 September 2016 -

    This is a restaurant where you are well treated and feel kind of poshy. The food tastes delicious and the prices are fair, although in the higher section. We paid about 75€ for two paella, a starter, water and wine. The paella really is a good one. If you feel like bringing your partner to a romantic and poshy place with good food, that's the place to be. YOU HAVE TO BOOK A TABLE. This is the only bad thing, that it is really hard to get a table. We had to wait over an hour on a Tuesday evening, although we were told that it will take around 30 minutes.

  • Vassilis P

    - 08 May 2018 -

    Came for the paella based on the reviews. Omg it was so bad. I mean, really, really bad. Super salty, blunt taste. Trust me and try your luck somewhere else.

  • Unal Karagoz

    - 24 April 2018 -

    As per its fame for being one of the best paela restaurant in the city, we tried their seafood paela, i can say it was very salty and oily, i don’t have any idea for a good paela but it was not good

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