Today we’re teleported from Barcelona to an Italian city which is literally impossible not to fall in love with… Venice! It’s not the well celebrated architecture and canals that’s taking us there, but it’s wonderful gastronomy.
In a side street next to Las Ramblas and in the vicinity of the very famous market La Boqueria, you’ll come across BACARO. Maurizzio de Vei, owner of the well known XEMEI restaurant, opened the doors of this little Venetian restaurant in 2011.
Once we’ve been comfortably seated and waiting for our Spritzs to come, we went over the menu, which is typically full of its own idiosyncrasies. It’s a beautiful handmade painted piece of paper offering 12 dishes that provides a very simple but meticulous selection.
As expected, most of the ingredients selected by chefs Marco Filipponi and Matteo Gavazzi are brought straight from La Boqueria. There they hand pick the best wild fish in town.
Our best tip is to listen to the waiters advice! They’re not only in the know, but extremely attentive and helpful, as they explain the menu and make you feel at home.
Speriamo che vi piaccia tanto come a noi! Baci!
Metro: Liceu (L3)
Average price it´s should be around 35- 40 € per person
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