This Mediterranean restaurant is known for its fresh cuisine and cozy ambience. Originally a dairy parlor, the restored interior is a mix of medieval bricks and bright modern art. The rustic wooden double doors (which cows used to be led through) have been retained; they let in a fair amount of air for a feeling of alfresco dining. The food is classic Catalan with a smattering of international favorites—Iberian ham, beef risotto with mushrooms and parmesan cheese, and duck leg served with caramelized pear all play starring roles. Home to a loyal crowd of locals, the restaurant is typically Catalan, very bohemian, and peaceful.
Restaurant Allium serves up traditional Catalan and Mediterranean cuisine at its location in the... Read more