Galician restaurants in Barcelona
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This bright, rambunctious tapas bar specialises in pulpo (octopus) and other sea critters like navajas (razor clams). It does a good job: even the most demanding of Galician natives give this spot the thumbs up. Sit at the zinc bar, order a bottle of Ribeiro and the traditional Galician tazas (little white cups) and tuck into your raciones (larger portions of tapas dishes).
Step into the timeless world of old-time silver service and ample helpings of the gifts of the sea. Opt for one of the set-menu feasts (€50) and you will be served endless rounds of seafood wonders. Meat eaters are catered for too and you can even order takeaway.