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Gresca's New Tasting Menu
An affordable way to experience mouth-watering cuisine
A small, understated restaurant in the Eixample, is diversifying with a new tasting menu. Known for it's high quality cuisine and Mediterranean and Spanish fusion of flavours, Gresca is now offering a more affordable tasting menu as an alternative to its entrees and appetizers. Depending on the day of the week and the time of day (lunch differs from dinner), the menu is between 25-35 Euros and has seven dishes including a drink and dessert.
Egg "souffle" with vegetables at Gresca — Photo courtesy of Gresca Restaurant
The restaurant itself is quite simple with only a few tables and minimal excess space. However it’s quite cozy and the staff are attentive and friendly. They also have an extensive wine and liquor menu. This is an excellent opportunity to try a high-end restaurant at a more affordable price. Some signature dishes include the mushroom and comte and their sardines with peppered butter.
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