Interesting bar to have a beer, local tapas. Very informal, good staff. I would recommend for a happy hour.
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I went here with a friend and we ordered some tapas and beer...and wow! Everything was sooo good! I highly recommend the bomba and Jai-ca potatoes! The stuff is friendly and the atmosphere traditional and chill...perfect for an informal but delicious dinner.
What has happened to La Jaica? We’ve been going every time we had visitors, but this time, they we expensive and sloooow. It took ages for waiters to come and take the order, when it would have been perfectly feasible to take the order at...More
Los precios es normal para ser Barcelona, no es caro, pero tampoco barato. Los camareros te sirven con lentitud y sin ganas de atender y la comida es normal. Creo que hay muchos sitios mejor para cenar. The prices are normal for Barcelona, not expensive,...More
What a place. Don't expect fancy food and silver service. If you're after an authentic experience with friendly service at a very reasonable price then this is definitely your place! We ordered 4 dishes, the tomato bread and 2 glasses of the house red wine,...More
Easygoing spot for a delicious range of tapas, not overly complicated, with a standard range of beers, wine and spirits. It is really about the local experience, don't expect bells and whistles, service is good but lacking in personality, for simple beer and tapas however...More
Wonderful little restaurant hidden away near Barceloneta beach. The spicy tripe is terrific, one of the best dishes I had in Barcelona - an absolute must.