Proprietor Josep Maria Garcia adheres to the traditional plates of La Barceloneta. That could mean starting with a briny bowl of tiny sweet clams or cabbage hearts stuffed with tuna. Some vanishing dishes make their last stand here, like the fried cod and onions with sweet currants that hint at its North African roots. And then there’s the zarzuela, the most expensive dish on the menu because it is an encyclopedia of the Barceloneta catch, jammed with everything including whiting, shrimp, cigalas, bream, mackerel, clams, mussels, and even lobster.
Carrer Sant Carles, 4
Our Rating Neighborhood Waterfront and La Barceloneta Hours Tues–Thurs 1–4pm and 8–11pm; Fri–Sat 1–4pm and 8:30–11pm, Sun 1–4pm Transportation Metro: Barceloneta Phone 93-221-50-12 Prices Entrees 12€–28€ Cuisine type Catalan/Seafood Web site Can Solé Other Reservations suggested
MapCarrer Sant Carles, 4 Barcelona
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