Quimet & Quimet
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- 98%Local Culture
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Member Reviews (7)
- Quimet & QuimetMember ofLocal CultureWellnessVegetarian+ 1Nov 04, 2013
Paying a visit to this most hallowed temple of tapas is almost obligatory when in Barcelona. It’s standing room only at this tiny venue, but don’t let that put you off. Gourmet creations line the bar – just point to what you want and wait to be blown away (the salmon is especially good). After you’ve downed your fill, head around the corner to the pedestrianised and always lively Carrer Blai, to continue the Poble Sec tapas and bar hopping tour with the locals.
- Quimet & QuimetMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesAdventure Travelers+ 1Jul 05, 2012
Located on a small, out-of-the-way street, this tiny restaurant serves some of the best tapas in Barcelona. It gets crowded and counter/table space is in limited supply, but patience will be rewarded.
- Quimet & QuimetJul 05, 2012
Quimet & Quiment is a small seafood bar with a stunning selection of high-quality Basque delicacies. Basically, you walk in and order at the counter, and then take your plate of seafoody-goodness to a small table or bar to enjoy. Not really a sit-down place, per se. There is a very casual atmosphere, and only spanish and french is spoken as far as I could tell. However, I don't think that should be a problem as you can point at the counter to whatever catches your eye. Highly recommended, I don't think I've had such great seafood since!
- Quimet & QuimetFirst to ReviewJul 04, 2012
If you visit Barcelona, save one lunch for this place. The cold tapas is excellent. Creative little tapas with great combinations of cold cuts, cold fish, breads and crackers... my description sounds lame, but believe me that every tapas I ate was an explosion of flavors.