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Tapa C24

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Tapa C24

The same way as pubs for Brits, tapas bars are an irreplaceable socialization element for Catalonians. Lately, sprucing up a good old tradition, several younger generation Catalonian chefs have opened their contemporary versions, featuring neo-nostalgic tradition with a dash of hooliganism both in their décor and menu. One of them is Alberto Adrià, a brother of a famous head chef of El Bulli restaurant, Ferran Adrià, with his Inopia Classic Bar, C/Tamarit, 104. Another one is already mentioned gastronomic magician Carles Abellán, cooking up his miracles at Comerc 24. If his restaurant experiments with gourmet style tapas, then his bar Tapa C24 features classic and familiar values of this genre. Though, with a special touch in the way of presentation and décor. You can choose to sit at the bar or a table, with a paper tablecloth serving as a menu. Tableware is clad in brownish paper bags and walls adorned with glass collages in the style of 50s. Strings of onions, wine kegs and a bit ironic, yet so friendly kitsch. Tapa C24 is sited in a semi-basement and always packed full.

Diputacio, 269
Phone: +34 93 488 09 77

www.carlesabellan.com

Opened: 8.00 a.m. - 12.00 p.m.

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