La Palmera: a fresh take on authentic local cuisine
If you want to sample lot of small Catalan dishes without having to pick at your neighbour's plate, then try the tasting menu at La Palmera!
Enric Granados 57
metro: Provença (L5)
de 13h00 à 15h45
de 20h à 23h30
du lundi au samedi
menu dégustation: moins de 27 euros
pour sa cuisine méditerranéenne de saison
Located at the corner of Mallorca street and the tree-lined Enric Granados avenue, La Palmera restaurant has looked onto this corner of Barcelona for more than 20 years. Having originally operated as a deli, thanks to the couple who own it, and to their customers, the site has been transformed bit by bi, into a restaurant that is renowned for the quality of its food. And what is the concept? A fresh take on Mediterranean dishes using fresh seasonal products.
La Palmera: the place
It is impossible not to succumb to the charm of the first room. The place has the allure of a pretty, old bodega rather than a conventional restaurant, with exposed brick walls, a metal staircase stacked with bottles, and lots of charming bistro furniture.
We advise you to eat in this room if you can. The atmosphere is really pleasant and the decor is very considered. Be sure to book ahead.
The second, more classical room, with light apricot walls, has space for more tables.
- On fine days tables are arranged so you can eat on the terrace in the street in front of the restaurant.
The La Palmera tasting menu
Do not hesitate to order the set menu at La Palmera, which is available lunch times from Monday to Saturday.
- Top tip: The tasting menu, which costs less than 27 euros is also offered on Saturdays from 1pm and evenings from 8.30pm Monday to Thursday (except the day before holidays). Few restaurants like La Palmera offer a set menu at weekends or evenings, so it’s a good deal for those times.
This set menu offers a vast range of dishes, many of which are based on local standards with a creative twist.
- 3 small starters
- 3 small main courses
- tomato bread
- a drink
- 1 dessert
- 1 coffee
This copious tasting menu changes every two weeks so there’s no chance of getting bored!
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Valérie, the creator of Barcelona Top Travel Tips, loves discovering new places, finding the words to describe them, and coming up with little illustrations for the website. Her favourite thing in Barcelona is the unusual, curvy architectural features of some of the city’s buildings. Some say she’s a dreamer… in any case, a city full of works by Gaudí is a great place for her!