This Galician (Northern Spanish) restaurant on the corner of Sant Pau and Arc St. Agusti is often packed for two very simple reasons: the food is excellent and the prices are low.
Prepared with the traditions and expertise of a native Galician chef, the dishes are simple yet excite the taste buds. Try the pulpo gallego (Galician octopus), which is representative of the region’s specialties and involves a bit of adventure on the part of your palette.
The crowd is mixed, from the next door working class hero to the broke musician to the family of German tourists, and are all well taken care of by the accommodating staff. Be prepared to wait for a table as the space is small, but don’t disparage, this is an eating experience you won’t want to miss.