I'll be in Barcelona with three friends in late October and we've already got a lunch reservation at Sant Pau, but we're also hoping to get a reservation at Tickets.
I'm wondering which part of the restaurant would be best if we'd like to observe the chefs prepping the food? From what I've read, some people recommend sitting at the counter/bar, but there appears to be several different rooms, so which counter would be best? And would counter-seating be similar to dining at L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon or é by José Andrés or is it a bit more removed from the goings-on?
I've also read several reviews where people mention being seated at a table facing the kitchen and being able to watch Albert Adria in action?
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!