Tucked onto a tiny side street near the Plaça Reial, Culleretes has been serving traditional Catalan fare since 1786—dishes like spinach cannoli with salt cod brandade, stewed wild boar, or partridge casserole. The priciest meal (32€ for two) is the assorted fish and shellfish, a three-course spread that starts with garlic shrimp and steamed shellfish, moves on to assorted fried fish (usually monkfish and squid), and concludes with grilled prawns, scampi, and baby calamari.