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Original catalan food in Barcelona. It's a great option if you want to eat good catalan food at a good price. Great for big groups! The customer service is acceptable. Don't drink the red wine but beers and white wine are good enough. Enjoy it!
meeting laura, jose maria, & sergio through a recommendation of a friend was such an amazing experience. the lunch was delicious & the service was exceptional. we truly want to go back & spend more time.
We've been here a few times and it's an tasteful authentic Catalan restaurant. You'll have food of the season but I advise you to take the 25€ menu with starter of Mussels + main course of Entrecôte. The meat is simply amazing and the owners...are very nice and make sure you enjoy to be here. This time when we tasted the meat, it tasted funny (like it was not good) so we called the waitress and they immediately took it way and 1minute after the owner was apologising herself and explaining that something could be wrong with that "meat batch" and were very embarrassed. 10min after we were given new steaks and the taste was the same old good taste that I know from many times before - simply amazing. This is why I always return to La Taina. You can expect good food and traditional service. Highly recommend it!More
We arrived earlier than the opening hour and we were allowed to get in. There were two kinds of set dinner. Though they do not speak very good English, they are very friendly and explained to us. We ordered beef and pork for main courses,...mushroom and mussel as starters. Mushroom was deep fried and mussels were grilled, yummy yummy!
The pork was delicious, juicy and tasty. The only disappointment was the beef, tastes good but just too hard. £20-£25 per set included starter, main course and drinksMore
We went for my boyfriend's birthday, and it was the best choice I could have made, the typical catalan Calçots were delicious, the best quality steaks, the muscles very fresh, and the couple that own the restaurant were very helpful.
went on a recomendation from a waitress in a place in gothica. worth the trip to find it, dont go before 9.30- its literally empty but after that fills really quickly with locals. very laid back and rustic looking but food is great. waitress spoke...no English but made every effort to be helpful. Gave us a variety of starters to share including their spring onion speciality which is amazing and worth going just for that!. Steaks are HUGE so be aware that you might not get through it after the starter. Def worth the effort, just for the experience!More
This is a place that's rather hard to find. The menu is only in Catalan (not even Spanish).
If you speak some Spanish, they are really friendly and do their best to try and explain the menu to you.
They have a speciality which are...chargrilled spring onions, but only in season. Their steaks are really wonderfull. If you're in a group, try the Flinstone, the biggest T-bone I ever saw in my life...More
I was there last week with 7 colleagues from work. At La Taina you can order a predefined menu that consists in a lot of food including appetisers, main course, desserts, coffee, wine and water (all 25 euros). We thought it was a good deal...if you were hungry. We planned to ask 6 'predefined menus' and an extra main course since one of us was not very hungry because she was not feeling good. They did not let us do that, everybody should go either for the predefined menu or order individually 7 main courses. Also, we asked if we could change a bottle of wine by water and they did not let us do that neither. So, we ended up ordering 7 predefined menus, some extra water and an extra main course. Interestingly, when the waitress brought us the last appetiser said : ok, now, eat until you explode! Quite rude, isn't it? Of course, we could not finish all the food and almost none of us ate desserts and coffee.
When we paid, they rounded up each part without asking .
So, despite they gave us a lot of food, the quality of the food did not worth 25 euros. The staff was not very nice, actually, I would say they were rude. Also, it was a noisy restaurant. I would not recommend it to my friends.More
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