Restaurant, Spanish, $$$
Something of a neighbourhood institution, Ca L’Estevet has been serving food since the early 20th century. By the late-1940s onwards, it had become the gathering point for the local artistic crowd, and a number of notable local characters have passed through its doors. A Catalan restaurant first and foremost, the food offering consists mostly of classic dishes, with grilled fish and hearty meat stews featuring heavily on the menu. There’s just one paella on offer, but it’s all you really need: a seafood paella with no shells, cooked to order and served generously.