This particular Tapas Restaurant was located in the same row of around 15 or so restaurants as the first one that we went to on this our first evening in Barcelona. Personally I like to chose my restaurants based on the menu , the ambiance and the looks of whatever I see coming out of the kitchen or sitting at someones table. I have acquired an eye for food and I’m usually 90% (9 out of 10) accurate with most foods and with Sushi I’m 99% accurate. In this particular restaurant we were asked if we wanted to try a tomato based bread that is common in many restaurants in Spain, it is dangerously good, you have to try it at least once and if you like it you can easily prepare this dish, puree and season a fresh tomato and then spread it on some good French Bread and toast in the oven. The other dishes shown below are the infamous Gambas al Ajillo (shrimp in garlic, oil & red pepper) and the Crockett’s, in this case stuffed with pureed ham but also served with chicken or other meats, This is a very simple and very inexpensive meal, I don’t recall the exact price but if I had to guess I would say this was under $20 euros. Combined with our prior Tapas restaurant this particular evening was still less than $35 euros.