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Quina Creu information
With its mishmash of vintage furniture, flickering haunted-house chandeliers and poster-plastered walls, Quina Creu works the shabby chic look. The bar has a designer feel, as do the tapas lined up along the bar and chalked on the blackboard. Each is a mini taste sensation, from sobrassada (paprika-flavoured cured pork sausage) with quail egg to cod with gambas and salsa verde.