La fonda is located in an alley in Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter. Most people who come to eat here are Spanish locals. Paella and squid rice are the signatures, but the two of us can only choose one Iberian ham with tomato and bread. perfect match. Sangria I think I drank it on Via Gracia before the victory. The fruity flavor is more sweet and slightly alcoholic with ham. It is just right. This restaurant basically has to wait for a seat so we went as soon as the door opened at 11:30.
Aesthetic food and love cannot be disappointed (Part 2) A complete dinner at La FonDa. Short pasta with cuttlefish sauce is an appetizer, but it is definitely a sincere work. Paella is or the most recommended dish but not the first time I tasted it in Madrid So delicious food stalls are really love
Traditional Catalan cuisine, a restaurant popular among Chinese diners. Paella with moderate heat, soft rice and rich seafood. This steak is made from the Dissi Mountain cattle, and the Chinese menu is available in the restaurant, so it is very convenient. The dishes are not expensive and the price is high!
There is a restaurant called La Fonda on the pedestrian street. After a friend’s recommendation, we went to try Spanish specialties. The appetizer restaurant’s special salads. The main dishes are Paella and Cuttlefish risotto. They are delicious and large, and there is no strange taste. , The dessert is caramel pudding and pear cake.
La fonda is a Catalan specialty restaurant, many tourists will come here, because more and more people know, so now the business is getting better and better, the most characteristic of this restaurant should be paella Because I have been there many times, but the dish I ordered during this Spanish Haonan International trip was cuttlefish rice cooked in black cuttlefish sauce. There is fresh cuttlefish meat in the rice. I told the chef in advance that it should be properly cooked for the convenience of our people. Eat (in fact, authentic paella has a little bit of raw rice), depending on your own requirements for dishes. We didn't order sangria, a special Spanish fruit wine this time. We ordered Spanish champagne (note that Spanish champagne is different from other European countries, and Spanish champagne is called cava). Maybe because there are more guests, the service staff is obviously not enough, and you may not be able to come to help you immediately when you need it. After that, we have some roast leg of lamb, fried asparagus with butter, potato brava, braised eggplant and so on. Everyone was full and satisfied. In short, I personally feel that I can come here to try the authentic Catalan food specialties. Even if it may not be your favorite taste, this store does witness the development of Barcelona and has a legendary color~