From Madrid, we took the high speed train to Barcelona. We chose this route to avoid having to waste time at the airport with check in and security lines. Even though the train is technically more expensive, it was a bit more relaxing in terms of boarding and the ride itself. We were a bit tired from our first half of our Spain trip so m ost people took a well deserved nap. However, I got a second wind and decided to work on my list of restaurants. I double and triple checked with a couple of books we all gathered together. I studied the maps and neighborhood. I was prepared.
I've forgotten what the Catalan name for the dishes here so please forgive me. Above were chicken wings with a plate of grated tomatoes. The wings though so simple in nature are delicious. Juicy, tender, and full of flavor. The grated tomatoes with olive oil were perfect with some crusty bread.
Next risotto ball. One large baseball sized ball comes to the table with melted cheese and sauce on top.
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