Dine amongst the locals in this hole in the wall neighbourhood joint and eat some of the best seafood in Barcelona without having to take out a bank loan. The Galician-style pulpo (octopus) plate is indescribably delicious. A must order. And the 'mariscada' aka seafood platter is magnificent to behold and even better to consume--razor clams (navajas), langoustines, prawns, mussels and clams all bathed in a moreish garlicky parsley sauce. Go with a group for this platter, otherwise it may be too much food. Get some pan con tomate and a few ice cold cañas and you have the makings of a fantastic meal in BCN. For dessert: Tarta de Santiago (old school recipe of almond tart that's not overly sweet) Go early, it gets packed.
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