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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.
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.
Built in the early 1900s, Quimet & Quimet is still the star of the Poble Sec district. This restaurant has preserved its traditional and welcoming atmosphere. They serve delicious freshly made tapas, like razor clams, prawn with caviar and foie gras on crackers. Grab a spot at one of the tall tables and order a taste of everything, including the wine. There's a fantastic wine cellar with both international and local vintages.
Widely considered to be one of the best seafood restaurants in Barcelona, you will be treated to nothing but the best of Galician and Catalan local cuisines here. This elegant place promises only the tastiest and freshest of seafood preparations, right from spider crab pie to grilled Palamós prawns . From the minimalistic and neat decor to the vast menu, everything speaks of prime quality. A great wine list is also on offer.
Agua boasts a beautiful location off the Mediterranean coast. This restaurant specializes in seafood made with the day’s fresh catch and local ingredients. Savor the likes of steamed mussels, grilled fish and lobster au gratin with breathtaking views of the ocean. The nautical inspiration rubs off on the decor as well with maritime accents.