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A revered culinary establishment of the city, Senyor Parellada celebrates Catalan cuisine. Gracefully decorated, the restaurant's interior is a tribute to the place's colonial roots. Furnished to entertain larger parties, the hotel's courtyard is filled with an amber hue emanating from august chandeliers that accentuate the exquisite art adorning every wall. The menu replicates the grace of the decor through quintessential dishes served with thoughtfulness. Fresh from the ocean, the seafood-laden paella is a must try here closely followed by the meaty duck breast or pork cheek.
For some quality local cuisine, step into this warm venue. Earthy tones run through its interiors; yellow walls adorned with maroon frames, parquet flooring, and a yellow ceiling with suspended lamps are the design highlights. The widely spaced tables at Alba Granados offer good privacy. Chef Carlota Claver treats you to old-time recipes, skillfully prepared using the freshest of ingredients. Begin your meal with a round of scrumptious appetizers or starters. Try the house specialty, "smashed" eggs; follow it up with an interesting meat or fish dish. The cellar stocks a good collection of rare, popular and quality wine. You can wind up with a plateful of cheddar, camembert, parmesan, or any other delicious cheese that your heart desires!
A dim and warm glow emanates from the wall lamps, rustic chandeliers and candlelights on the tables. Coarse walls, velvety red sofas, Moroccan light fixtures, cushions, red drapes and lounge beds complete the setting of this romantic restaurant and bar. Savor cuisines from eight countries or tipple on excellent cocktails. This late night destination is a popular haunt for date nights, eclectic food tastings and a chill out hangout with friends.
A Flamenco experience is a must on itineraries to Barcelona. Tablao Flamenco Cordobes is a great place to witness this traditional Spanish folk music and dance form. The likes of Cristian Guerrero and Claudia Cruz amaze and entertain guests with their engaging performances depicting human emotions and their vibrant personalities. These acts are accompanied by Mediterranean cuisine. Savor specialties like Rabbit with Ratatouille, Fried Squids, and Rice Pudding in view of the stage. Book a private VIP room for better seats and an exclusive menu. The interiors feature Nasrid art, rustic railings and charming decor.
An evening at La Luna is like an escape into the Medieval era. The charming restaurant is sure to win your heart over with its rustic interior that's perfect for a romantic evening. Surrounded by archaic arches, the dining room is furnished with wooden seating spaces. Vintage lamps cast a warm glow over your table while your dinner is complemented with laughter and clinking of sangria and wine-filled glasses. The menu dictates Spanish specials with focus on tapas dishes. Served with elegance, the food is moderately priced and sure to keep you coming back for more.
Located amongst all the other restaurants on the little alley just off Passeig de Gràcia, this is another of the successful Tragaluz chain's big hits. It offers an interesting range of exotic Mediterranean cuisines. With a vibrant and romantic atmosphere the Tragaluz restaurant makes for a great place to indulge.
This tastefully done-up restaurant is a typical neighborhood favorite. Its warmth and inviting atmosphere can be attributed to the fact that it is a family-run establishment. Known for its tasting menu that offers a variety of platillos, or "very small portions," it makes for a great first date. The décor at Con Gracia is elegant in its simplicity, and the exotic fusion dishes such as Foie Gras and Miso Soup with Truffle Oil, and house specials like the Iranian Caviar never cease to please. The wines are a little pricey, but complement the food perfectly.
This restaurant, nestled atop the 75-meter-high (246 feet) Torre de Sant Sebastián cable-car tower, is more a spectacular vantage point than any eatery. A predominantly seafood menu is cooked in traditional Catalan style and the service is more than satisfactory. Enjoy the breathtaking view of the city and the sea as you munch on delicacies like the duck foie gras terrine or rigatoni with mushrooms and sip on exquisite wines. Being an upscale luxury joint, it mostly serves high-profile customers. But if you do manage to get a reservation, you are sure to have the time of your life!
If you need to impress your date, this is just the place to go! The pretty terrace garden sports festive lights, decorative plants and a charming setting for a memorable dining experience. Chef Isidre Soler puts his skills to the test, artfully serving up the best Catalan-French cuisine from his kitchen to each of his distinguished patrons. Dishes worth a mention include the Pheasant Consommé with foie gras and truffle, sea bass lasagne with seasonal mushrooms and white rosemary butter, and the unique caramelized poached egg with Port. If open-air dining is not your style, the private dining rooms on the lower level provide an intimate option.