Restaurant 7 Portes
Casa Llotja de Mar
The centrepiece of the city’s medieval stock exchange (more affectionately known as La Llotja) is the fine Gothic Saló de Contractacions...
El Fossar de les Moreres
Opposite Basílica de Santa Maria del Mar's eastern flank, an eternal flame burns brightly over an apparently anonymous sunken square....
This lofty old champagne bar (also called La Xampanyeria) has long been run on a winning formula. The standard poison is bubbly rosé in...
Passadís Del Pep
There’s no sign, but locals know where to head for a seafood feast. They say the restaurant’s raw materials are delivered daily from...
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Restaurant 7 Portes information
Founded in 1836 as a cafe and converted into a restaurant in 1929, 7 Portes is a classic. It exudes an old-world atmosphere with its wood panelling, tiles, mirrors and plaques naming some of the famous – such as Orson Welles – who have passed through. Paella is the speciality, or try the surfeit of seafood in the gran plat de marisc (literally ‘big plate of seafood’).