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Llamber is one of the most trendy gastro-taverns Barcelona, where crowds come sophisticated foodies and fashionistas fudi, so that even during the week we recommend to book a table in advance. What is the secret of success of this institution?

Behind the kitchen there corresponds a pair of experienced chefs, Fran и Heras Eva Arbonés, in which at least behind a successful project of the same name in the city of Aviles. Moved his culinary creation to Barcelona, guys created an original mix of Catalan and Asturian cuisine, relying on seasonal products, creative flow and a constant desire to surprise the taste buds of their guests.

You will author, very personal, no matter what claims are not without similar menu, in which hard not to fall in love. Large selection of cheeses, sausages, as well as fish dishes, meat and seafood. Parmesan fondue with shrimp and young asparagus, foie gras with crispy corn, Fresh cod with guacamole, pork tenderloin with peaches and almonds, Black rice with ali-oli. Dessert, return to childhood and glasses of excellent wine on 2,5 or 3 € per piece.

The restaurant is located in the most fashionable part of the Born area, opposite the ancient Roman ruins of the CCB, next to least popular and trendy establishments. The perfect place for a meal after a walk in the boutiques or Bourne Park Citadel. Inside you will find a cozy design, high ceilings and very kind waiters.

The kitchen is open all year round without a break with 13-00 to 23-30. The average bill per person with wine - 40 €. For lunch there is an option of integrated lunch with several courses to choose from for 15 €

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Address: Carrer de la Fusina, 5
Metro station: Barceloneta, Jaume I
Phone: +34 933 196 250
Working hours:

Every day from 13-00 to 23-30

Tip:

It is better to book a table in advance

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