Pan Amb Tomaquet | (Catalan for) Bread with Tomato (and olive oil)
We arrived early for lunch (too early for locals, I suppose) and snatched the only outdoor table available in front of the restaurant. Of course, our friends waxed poetics about trying this classic Catalan dish so we simply HAD to order it…didn’t disappoint!
Fried calamari with freshly squeezed lemon juice
The infamous Bomba
We looooooove our bombas! L’Anxoveta’s version was good though we preferred the bomba from Tapas 24.
Anchovies with artichokes
Mind-blowing. Definitely order this if you’re an anchovy lover like moi.
Chorizo and crispy potato hash, topped with a fried egg
The dish took some time to come out of the kitchen so we were quite full by the time we could dig in…nothing spectacular, unless you really love your sausage and potatoes. I say skip it and order something else. 😉
Tuesday to Sunday: 10:30AM–5PM, 7PM–12AM
L’ANXOVETA ON TRIPADVISOR