This is an established seafood restaurant in the Poble Nou district that has preserved much of its old-fashioned charm. It serves market-fresh cuisine ... More
This is an established seafood restaurant in the Poble Nou district that has preserved much of its old-fashioned charm. It serves market-fresh cuisine with flair and creativity. You can choose from three different types of bread with your. As its name, Els Pescadors (the fishermen), suggests, you should stick with the delicious fish and shellfish dishes that range from simple steamed mussels or cockles to an elaborate cod salad with puff pastry. There are good white wines to choose from. You'll sit at an old marble-topped table surrounded by antiques and a few timely reminders that you're next to a modern Olympic Village.
For our wallet the Pescadors wasn't so affordable. We (two persons) ate last spring there and managed to spend around 150 euros (including though wine and apperitives).
But the food was truly excellent.
the food was excellant and the staff were very friendly.
there was a great range to choose from and were of a reasonable price.
the facilities were clean and inviting.!!!!
the experience was fun and we met lots of interesting people.
i recommend this greatly!!
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