TRANSLATE // TRADUCIR: SpanishOpen House Barcelona 2014 is already very, very close. And just a few hours ago that his press department did we get a list of news with photographs of everything new that awaits us in this issue of the end of the year most architecturally week Many of the buildings of Open…
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Since we opened and restyled this blog again we had not write any post about any restaurant, and we are sure that you will love to know where to eat in Barcelona.
Today we start writing about restaurant l’Olivé, a good place to eat in Barcelona center.
The restaurant l’Olivé is located in Balmes Street 47, in the center of Barcelona, next to the Passeig de Gràcia. This is a traditional Catalan restaurant and it combines quality products with good customer service.
In this restaurant you can eat in the center of Barcelona from a delicious paella (seafood or meat), rice, cannelloni, garlic prawns and monkfish carpaccio among many other delicious first courses.
Among many seconds dishes, you can enjoy a wide variety of fish (cod with chanfaina, grilled squid, tuna steak with asparagus and garlic …) or meat (sirloin, entrecote, lamb chops, baked goat shoulder of , pig’s feet, duck breast with strawberry sauce …). Better look at the chart to whet appetite here: http://www.restaurantlolive.com/en/la_carta/
The restaurant l’Olive, which is very close to the hostel Barcelona City Centre, is open every day from 13 to 16h. and 20 to 11:30 p.m.. (closed Sunday evenings). They offer free parking for their customers.
If you come to Barcelona, be sure to eat there!
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