4 of us went for dinner. Food was nice and decent priced. Restuarant clean and staff friendly. Would go back again.
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We went to La Botiga for a Sunday lunch and had the weekend menu (at 18.60 euros per person including three dishes and a beverage). Firstly, I had ham croquettes. These were tasteless and very poorly presented, just on a plate without any garnish. Furthermore,...More
This is not a tapas bar but it's Just perfect off the busy street. Food was excellent. Although the servings are small but very tasty and unique. Service was friendly. A modern and fresh feel.
We dined at La Botiga as it was just downstairs from our hotel Praktik Rambla so very convenient. We didn't make a reservation but were warmly welcomed and received fantastic attentive service throughout our meal. We had struggled a little with the lack of variety...More
I visited La Botiga after a recommendation from a colleague at work who is from the area. I was not disappointed. Food was of a high quality and presented well. They serve a menu of traditional ( ... And the occasional modern twist) tapas and...More
Good location, surrounded by other restaurants Staff: very basic understanding of English, I asked if table water was free, response was inaudible. When we paid (in cash), the waiter said "is that all"- presumably asking for a tip. WATCH OUT: DISCREPENCIES BETWEEN MENU IN SPANISH...More
I had the worst paella here on my visit and I probably ate it five times. Do not order it. They subsequently told me it was not their specialty. Part of the problem is that they tried to serve it too quickly before I was...More
This place was recommended by our Hachette "Big weekend in Barcelone" guide. Something must have changed after they wrote the book ! The first impression we got was that we were disturbing the waiter. He literally threw the menu on the table, then kept us...More
We returned two main dishes, I think it was the first time I did it. The waiter was nice but the dishes smelled bad . The hamburger was with too many salt but we ate it any way because we were hungry.
It's a very good place to taste local food, i.e. paella and various types of tapas, except for sangria. The desserts were good too. I didn't like the continuous opening and closing of the door. It is located very close to the center of the...More