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Pinotxo Bar in La Boqueria Market

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Pinotxo counter, it is busy all times of the day

Breaded cutlets ready for frying, rabbit possibly?

Breaded beef croquettes, ready for frying …

…croquettes were more like fast food taste

Perfectly fried fresh fish

Stew with rabbit ribs and mushrooms, a home cooked style rendition albeit somewhat oily

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October 15, 2013 at 8:30 am

Bar Central, La Boqueria Market

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It is two in the morning. French music is coming through the windows. We have a tryst with the Aborigens at nine in morning for a early morning walkabout through non-touristy markets of Barcelona. Today we were on our own at La Boqueria, theĀ  touristy market off Las Ramblas. We took our landlord’s advise and ate at one of the shops towards the back of the market. An order of sea food platter, fried padron peppers and a big fat cuttlefish. Sea Food platter came with shrimps, langoustine, mussels, baby squids and a couple of different fish steaks one of which was somewhat overdone. The fried padron were not much different from our own grilled version. The cuttlefish hit low on the edibility scale.


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October 8, 2013 at 5:07 am