This cozy restaurant uses quality local ingredients to create artful dishes that incorporate tastes of various cultures. Traditional Catalan salads, meats, fish, and vegetarian selections are presented with an always surprising international twist, so it's difficult to select just one dish. If you can't eat everything, try the slow-cooked monkfish nestled atop an artichoke stew, the roast lamb intensified by a licorice and honey drizzle, or the home-style rice with duck confit. This spot is popular with travelers, but that's because the food is top-notch.
Compared to most of Gaudi's Barcelona works, Casa Calvet has a rather conventional design that... Read more