An authentic welcoming gem. Had two delicious dishes. Thinking about going back before we leave the city.
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Can be very busy so go as early as you can. Think it’s my 5/6th time and never fails to delight. Might pop in tonight again ...,
I was with my daughter and grandson in Barcelona, where I spent almost a month between the city and the Costa Brava, I usually go to very good tapas places or restaurants recommended by my Catalonian family. My daughter had read about Xampanyet and I...More
This is a must! We visited at lunch time. Great service, very friendly. Beautiful cava, not overpriced (especially when you buy a bottle, rather than by the glass). The tapas is amazing! The tortilla de patatas, pan con tomate, padron peppers and manchego were delicious....More
Two nights in a row, two different meals, both spectacular. The first night we simply propped ourselves at the bar, downing the house cava (the much under-appreciated "champagne" of Spain) and sampling the tapas displayed on the bar (and explained by the friendly barmen). On...More
We walk by at night for dinner...it was too wild for us, so we went the next day for lunch and it was perfect. Service was great. We asked them to serve us “their best typical food from the region” and it did not disappoint!
Wow, what a place. So fun with everyone packed in enjoying great food and drinks. The staff totally takes care of you even if you don't know what is going (and theres a lot gong on). This is a must stop in Barcelona to savor...More
Authentic cava bar. Just the most cosy and electric atmosphere. The tapas is amazing and the cava is the best. The setting is near to the Picasso museum. The place gets pretty crowded, but it really is a case of the more the merrier.
We walked in at the suggestion of our tour guide for lunch... My advice is don't be intimidated by the energy, the people or the small size. Ask the guys behind the bar for a table and they will take care of you. It is...More