This restaurant opened its doors in 1944 and since then there is no place in Barcelona better to taste the freshest seafood from Galicia. This northern region of Spain is famous for its seafood, according to the tradition, they cook the most delicious octopus, “Persebes” sea ducks, scallops and other delights. If you can’t go to the Atlantic coast of Galicia, reserve a table at this restaurant and get ready for a real feast. The traditional recipes checked by time, an excellent wine list, the sustained interior together with excellent service make this place ideal in all respects. Having barely crossed the threshold of the restaurant, you realize that you are in the right place, you are met by a huge showcase full of oysters, crabs, huge shrimps, lobsters and fish of all kinds and calibers. For a starter, order a scallop pie, shrimp, Navajoas, and Galician octopus. If the budget allows, then by all means try the marine perchebok "persebes". Seafood is cooked here very simply, without overdoing it with cooking times and seasonings to preserve their natural fresh taste. For the second, we recommend black rice with squid or sea stew with lobster, mussels, shrimps and three kinds of fish. The rice in the lobster broth here is also terrific. By the way, meat eaters will also like this place, here they cook lamb, potato omelet with chorizo sausage, beef steaks and pork cheeks with beans. But, of course, the main asset of the restaurant is seafood. If you like the taste of anise, then for dessert, try the crispy anise ear. The average bill per person is about 50 euros.