One of the best things about living where we do in the city is that within a ten minute walk we have a choice of Argentinian, Chinese, Colombian, Ecuadorian, Egyptian, Indian, Japanese, Lebanese, Moroccan, Nepalese, Pakistani, Palestinian, Peruvian, Portuguese, Syrian, Turkish, Uruguayan,Vietnamese, as well as Basque, Catalan, Gallego and Spanish restaurants, where we can take our taste buds out to play. Some are more authentic than others, some good, some not so good.
One of my favourites is Kathmandû – a Nepalese restaurant, which probably serves some of the best curries in Barcelona. The décor is simple, the ambience relaxed, the staff friendly and attentive, and the food unfussy and delicious. They have a good selection of vegetarian meals.
Try a lunchtime menú for € 10.50, including a drink and bread, or try the tasting menu (€ 32 for two people) where you’ll get a little bit of everything, then finish off your meal with a cup of chai and/or a refreshing lassi. Very good value.