La Fonda

Carrer dels Escudellers, 10, Barcelona

3.5

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Open Hours:

  • Mon

    13:00 - 23:30

  • Tue

    13:00 - 23:30

  • Wed

    13:00 - 23:30

  • Thu

    13:00 - 23:30

  • Fri

    13:00 - 23:30

  • Sat

    13:00 - 23:30

  • Sun

    13:00 - 23:30

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Reviews

  • 1
    - 21 October 2016 -

    Definitely a place for tourist. Full house at around 7 pm with only two waiters, waited for more than 20mins until finally would have someone to take order, and i had to go to their stations to call them. the food was not very expensive but the paella was not impressive either.

  • 1
    - 17 October 2016 -

    The food is not fresh, avoid the meat it was awful... The prices are reasonable but the quality is so low it is not worth it. The only good thing is that they cancelled the bad dishes and we were not billed. Go to other restaurant I don't know why people wait outside in line in the evenings...

  • 5
    - 25 September 2016 -

    The paella is outstanding! Atmosphere and food were excellent. Attention by the waitstaff was a bit lacking.

  • 5
    - 25 August 2016 -

    Absolutely loved the restaurant. I bumped into it by accident and we loved the food. The food is really good and for a really good price. The price for a main course is somewhere between €7 and €14, which is great. For that money you aren't getting bad food. Oh no, It is high quality food made with good ingredients and, it is also presented really nice. The staff is also friendly and helpful. I would most definitely recommend this place to anyone!

  • 4
    - 14 July 2016 -

    Nice place near la Rambla, they speak English and have the menus in different languages. Food quality is good only the service could be improved. They don't book tables so sometimes depending on the day you need to wait outside. Paellas and fideuàs are really good here.

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