This is a great meat-focused restaurant in Andorra. I stopped after a drive from Barcelona, didn't know anything about it except the pictures on the sign, and had a great meal. I showed up in the mid-afternoon when the restaurant was empty, but there was no problem getting served quickly.
I had some great Andorran onion soup (essentially French onion soup with additional egg), carpaccio, and a huge t-bone steak (more of a porterhouse). The steak is interesting because it's brought out essentially raw on a hot cast iron plate; it cooks at your table. This lets you select your desired level of doneness, and if you're sharing, can solve the problem of different preferences as well.
While the food is a little on the expensive side, it's great, and worth it.
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