This tapas bar and wine cellar is featured on many lists of the best tapas spots in Barcelona, and with good reason. Here, the grub and the atmosphere are quintessentially Catalan. This means you should expect fresh, seasonal ingredients, but with the caveat of long lines in a crowded and noisy space. Luckily, you can wait outside with a beer in hand. When you finally get your chance to order, we suggest you try some of the unusual montaditos (little open-faced sandwiches), like the one with salmon, yogurt, and truffled honey montadito, or the one starring mussels and caviar. The sturgeon (esturion) and foie gras are also acclaimed. You'll stand while eating, but again, this is part of the experience.
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