Price range: 30 – 40 euros
Bardot unpretentiously positions itself as a wine bar, where you can take a high chair seat by a wine barrel and enjoy a glass of tinto from their impressive wine cellar. Do not be fooled; there are tables with cozy chairs and couches hiding in the interior behind the bar! Bardot is a wonderful Catalan restaurant that could feed you as well as quench your thirst.
The menu is short but sweet, catering both to meat and fish lovers, listing typical salads and Spanish tapas, and many, many deserts – all cooked with a twist that you would be hard-pressed to identify but will enjoy putting in your mouth. The most impressive (and the most expensive) item on the savoury menu is ox served with foie gras and parmeggiano, prepared to your liking: Bardot does not overcook its meat, so if you want it al punto (medium-medium-rare), you will get it al punto, and not buen hecho (well done) or poco hecho (rare).