Admittently, this is not a place on the high street. It's located in the outskirts of an industrial area along the Riera de Sant Cugat in the suburb of Montcada i Reixac, and on a warm fall day in the beginning of November, where you could sit outside in a tent, it mostly catered for locals.
I was told it had a history of being very local, but had tried to up the menu within the last years. There is a few select items on the menu for each course, and I went with the paella, some chicken and a local speciality of a mild fresh cheese as dessert.
The paella was fine, with the right amount of shellfish and chicken in rice pretty golden and with a hint of saffron, not just turmeric.
The chicken was fine - it seemed to me that it was a deboned drumstick with a filling of ham, together with baked tomatoes and tasty potatoes with some kind of delicious dripping. The fresh whey cheese (mel i mató) with honey was refreshing and rather filling.
Going with three courses is not overdoing it, as the servings are not overly large.
I was quite satisfied with the lunch her, and provided you are in this neighborhood, it's worth while trying the place.
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