Saturday, July 8, 2017

La Cova Fumada

Old world charm permeates the streets of Barceloneta,
a seaside neighborhood defined by its working class roots and proximity to the port. 
La Cova Fumada is a backstreet restaurant, established in the 1940s,
serving old school tapas.
The owners' grandmother rules the small kitchen of the tiny establishment.
I kept expecting to see Anthony Bourdain at the next table blotting olive oil and garlic with crusty tomato smeared bread.
This is a place of legacy.
Jenny's husband, Pau, has been coming here since he was a baby.  
By far, this has been my favorite meal in Barcelona

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