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It's a tiny casual place with lovely décor and smiling servers. There are about 10 bar stools with space for standing.
Grant was in the chaucuterie section facing the dining room slicing meat and opening cans.
There are whole cans of seafood on the menu (Spain and in house). The Spanish cans include clam, baby squid, cockle,small scallop & razor clam (left to right in the picture). You can order the Raval Plate (canned seafood tasting) for $10/person. There is no dessert.
Two of us ordered:
Raval plate for 2 - my favorite was the clam
pig head & romesco - good sauce
lardo & kale
pig cheeks in cider
tenderloin - the beef was good but the pepper was even better
anchovies in oil and vinegar
I liked everything I ordered. Had 2 of the 3 reds by the glass and found them both medium bodied. The coffee was slightly not as hot as I wanted.
I'll go back to try more dishes.
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