The paella is okay, but it’s pricey. I think you can eat a lot better for this price. Paella for one person 21,20 eur. You’l get the pan either way it’s just the amount is different if you order for more persons. But be smart,...More
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We stopped earlier in the day for a beer and decided to go back in the evening for food. Good service on both occasions, friendly and efficient. Order the Iberian ham croquettes and then the Paella. The croquettes were absolutely delicious, but unfortunately the Paella...More
Stopped here for a drink. After waiting 20 minutes finally found someone to take our order. Waited another 15 minutes for our drinks to arrive, they never did. Gave up and left. Were they busy - NO. Were we the only ones to give up...More
I stopped at Tenorio after visiting La Perdrera, the Gaudi building near there. The decor is lovely and it felt cozy since it had started raining outside. The waiters bustled hurriedly making it look as if they were efficient, but I had to practically wave...More
We just took a chance and stopped in after some sightseeing. We asked what was the fresh fish of the day and that is what I had. My husband had a traditional pasta type dish with shrimp. Both dishes were quite good. Great bread, good...More
Called in for a quick bite for dinner before a tour at Casa Batllo, managed to grab a table without a reservation. Ordered tapas and a bottle of cava between us - food was lovely, and the service was attentive! Would definitely recommend!!
We came out from the Gracia underground station to torrential rain - and ran for cover at Tenorio! Got a table for 2 and ordered some beer. 20 min later the beer came and we could order some food as well. But the specials where...More