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Le Cucine Mandarosso is a beautiful Italian restaurant near Palau de la Musica. The interior of the restaurant is decorated with little lamps and bright colors. Their menu is limited but the taste and flavor that ooze out of each dish is exquisite. Their pastas are perfectly cooked and enveloped in rich sauces. Le Cucine Mandarosso is dedicated towards delighting its patrons with authentic Italian cuisine. Their menu changes daily, and most of the ingredients are sourced from local markets except for the pastas that come from Italy.
This area of Barcelona is known for trendy restaurants which usually cater to an upper class clientele. Murivecchi, however, does not meet this mold and relies instead on the quiet and subtle decor that is so typical of traditional Italian restaurants, welcoming everyone to dine at this inviting spot. A wood-burning oven produces tasty pizzas that will have diners stuffing themselves. Go slow, though, and save room for dessert; there are some treats to be had of the sweet variety as well. Featuring a patio where guests can enjoy their food in a refreshing atmosphere, this restaurant does not fail to regale all those who venture in with a carefully curated menu decked with all the classic Italian delicacies which will have them coming back for more!
No need to visit Italy to try out authentic Italian Fare. Located in the city's Barri Gotic, Il Mercante di Venezia is a treat for those craving for some authentic Italian. From the most delicious lasagna to excellent thin-crusted pizza, the food is full of flavor. No Italian meal is complete without an order of some creamy Tiramisu.
What began as a small innocuous restaurant in 2006, has grown to become one of the best places in Barcelona serving authentic Italian cuisine. Gusto Restaurante offers a wide range of pastas, salads, fish and meat preparations that will please the discerning palate. But, none of the items on their menu can beat their pizzas, which remains a specialty of this place. A must-try is their thin crust Neapolitan pizza. An extensive list of red and white wines are available to complement your food. Gusto provides an exclusive menu of delights for groups visiting this place.
The brainchild of twin brothers, Max and Stefano Colombo, Xemei which means twins in the Venetian dialect is among the best in town for some fabulous Venetian cuisine. Bringing a slice of their hometown, Venice, this cozy space with a featured fish wallpaper wall and wooden accents along with mismatched furnishing has been delighting diners with their rendition of this cuisine. Authentic and made with love, their dishes are sublime. Mostly laden with seafood specialties, they do have some meat and poultry as well. Set on the foot of Montjuïc and still located in Poble Sec, it may be away from the touristy spots, but it is a hit among discerning diners both locally and internationally. Reservations are highly recommended.
If you are looking to dine at an upscale restaurant, then Mamarosa Beach is the place for you! This is a gorgeous restaurant serving delicious Italian food, providing a menu listed with delectable options to pick from. Apart from the Italian delights, the spot also offers variations of succulent sushi and sashimi. The location of the restaurant makes it a perfect vantage point from where guests can survey and admire the beautiful surroundings, the picturesque vistas enhancing their experience at the spacious establishment whose outdoor seating area offers a great view. Some dishes to order include the Carpaccio Di Salmone and the Cotto e Porcini Pizza. You can also pick from an extensive selection of wine to accompany your meals. The restaurant also makes provisions for private events like weddings and other functions.