If we’re ever stuck on where to go out for dinner, there is one option that everyone almost always feels like, and that is a good plate of pasta at Non solo pizza.
Now there are many Italian restaurants in Barcelona, but few like Non solo pizza. A cozy family-run restaurant, the chef and owner Alberto makes all of his Italian pasta recipes just as they would in his home province of Liguria in northern Italy, al dente and delicious. He sources all ingredients directly from Italy, be it the mouth-watering burrata cheese or all of his flavourful wines. You won’t find your typical spaghetti dishes here, but more traditional Italian offering such as pappardelle amatriciana or rigatoni al ragú. You also won’t find any pizzas on the menu, for that you need to go to the restaurant next door, run by Alberto’s son, “Solo pizza”.
There are some non-pasta dishes at Non solo pizza but I recommend you stick to pasta, which is their specialty.
Non solo pizza lies in the street Enrique Granados which, as it has many restaurants and bars (with a mostly local crowd), also makes it an easy and fun choice for a night out of dinner followed by drinks.