This charming little bar-restaurant is a reminder of how close Barcelona is to southern France, as this atmospherically dark Barri Gòtic watering hole is really a provincial boîte—a bar with good if unchallenging food. The menu hopscotches around the Mediterranean with a side trip to Switzerland for three fondues. But even nominally Italian dishes like tagliatelle with duck come out tasting Spanish (maybe because the sauce includes bits of serrano ham). By mining some of the lesser-known Spanish wine regions, the wine list offers some excellent drinking bargains to go with the inexpensive meals.
Carrer Ample, 165
Our Rating Neighborhood Barri Gotic, La Ribera and Born Hours Daily 7:30pm–midnight Transportation Metro: Drassanes or Jaume I Phone 93-319-68-21 Prices Main courses 9€–14€; fixed-price dinner 17€ Cuisine Type Mediterranean Web site La Dentellière
MapCarrer Ample, 165 Barcelona
Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.