El Tunel Del Port in Barcelona. That's hubby looking European with his black. When we toured we did not dress like Americans with sloppy t-shirts, tennis shoes etc. We dressed nicely and conservatively. Those were the guidelines we read about before we embarked on our 12 day tour of Spain. It's a way to show respect I believe for where you are, and to represent our country in a nicer manner. There were several times it seemed like we got better service then folks dressed like Americans who'd been working in the gardens...maybe my imagination, maybe not.
look how well he and his group are rated HERE), walked us here...right to our table after speaking with the host/manager of El Tunel Del Port. How's that for service? We had toured half the day with Patrick and he asked if we'd like him to find us a spot for a late lunch. The restaurant is right on the beach as you can see. It has several rooms up and down, and an outside patio area. Lunch was fantastic, but apparently I was too busy eating to remember to take pictures of the food.
El Tunel Del Port (link is at the beginning of the post), was founded back in 1923 on Ample Street, but moved to Olympic port in 1992 after the close of The Barcelona Olympics. This location is perfect with something for everyone. You can stroll the beach, the shops before or after you eat and enjoy the sites of the Olympic Port.
Moll de Gregal, 12
I highly recommend this restaurant and hope to go back next trip to Barcelona.
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