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La Paradeta

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#521 of 23293 places to eat in Barcelona
ClosedOpens at 13:00
$$$$ Average price: 11-20 €
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Passatge de Simó, 18
Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
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Not only should Jardins Sagrada Familia be visited, but also La Paradeta. The wonderful flavours of the Spanish cuisine attract many customers. Make a change from your habitual meal and try perfectly cooked cod, stuffed crab and grilled prawns at this restaurant. Based on the reviewers' opinions, waiters offer tasty alivenci, parfait and gâteau here. Good port wine, lager or white wine will make your meal even more delicious and you'll surely come back. When visiting La Paradeta, it's a must to try great espresso, bread drink or juice.

This place is good for people who have dinner on the go because they can order food as a takeaway. A number of visitors suppose that the staff is efficient at this place. Prompt service is something clients appreciate here. Most guests think that prices are reasonable for what you receive. At this spot, guests can enjoy the spectacular atmosphere and modern decor. On TripAdvisor, people point out that this restaurant deserves the 4.5 star rating.

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Off the wall. You pick your seafood only menu live and they cook it for you. I was there when some folks wondered where they found shrimp larger than my hands. Everything was fresh, reasonable and delicious.
One of the best seafood restaurants in Barcelona. I have been here multiple times. I love seafood and I enjoy them in every Mediterranean cities I travel to. At La Paradeta, you will find VERY VERY FRESH FISH. You pick and order the fish by the weight and they will cook it for you. You are given a ticket and after you pay, and when the food is ready, your ticket number is called. At this time you will go to the window to pick up deliciously cooked fresh fish and enjoy them! One thing to note is that, they do not serve rice/pasta. It is simply a fish restaurant but they do it damn good!
As everyone says, fresh, fresh, fresh seafood cooked to order. Get one or two of the generous salads, a bottle of fisherman's white wine, and go for it. Get some of it deep-fried, which they do really well, some grilled, some shellfish. Get lots...it's all great. You get bread and olive oil with your order, btw. A couple of caveats: -there's only one person helping you do selection, which is really slooooow. Thus the line. Duck inside to figure out your order before you're next up. The selection employee we had was brusque but helpful, and spoke good english. -The kitchen barks out when your food is ready, so it's a bit less than zen. But the space is modern and bright, well designed. -if you're tired, let one person wait in line and the rest of you can sit at a table, have a beer or wine. There's also a little plaza across the street with benches for the weary ;) -this location is close to Sagrada Familia, so it's probably the busiest. We walked by the one in Barri Gothic the next day and it had no line. Though maybe that was a fluke (pun intended)
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Address
Passatge de Simó, 18, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
Features
Wi-Fi No outdoor seating No booking Takeaway No TV Wheelchair accessible
Opening hours
SundaySun 13:00-16:00, 20:00-23:30
MondayMon Closed
TuesdayTue 13:00-16:00, 20:00-23:30
WednesdayWed 13:00-16:00, 20:00-23:30
ThursdayThu 13:00-16:00, 20:00-23:30
FridayFri 13:00-16:00, 20:00-00:00
SaturdaySat 13:00-16:00, 20:00-00:00

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