Born Centre Cultural
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Casa Delfín information
One of Barcelona's culinary delights, Casa Delfín is everything you dream of when you think of Catalan (and Mediterranean) cooking. Start with the tangy and sweet calçots (a cross between a leek and an onion; February and March only) or salt-strewn padron peppers, moving on to grilled sardines speckled with parsley, then tackle the meaty monkfish roasted in white wine and garlic.
Or tease some mussels and clams out of their shells while crunching on the Catalan coca flatbread – done here to perfection and smeared with tomatoes and olive oil. For the finale, choose the Eton Mess (the English owner Kate's only tribute to her homeland) – but keep in mind that the long glass of mashed-up cream, meringue and berries will happily sweeten two or three.