Traditional Catalan cooking in a contemporary design space at Petit Comité...
Local top chefs have started to move on…or back, as they return to the traditional dishes of the Catalan kitchen, reinventing old classics with great raw ingredients and improved techniques, treating your palate to new old specialties like poached eggs, stuffed breaded onions and traditional favorites including trinxat (chopped cabbage with potato and bacon) or caneloni amb béchamel de tòfona (canelonni with truffled béchamel) to the traditional dessert s like mel i mató (fresh cheese and honey), crema catalana, pears in red wine and chocolate fritters.
It’s only the food that’s rustic, though – the interior is well up-to-date and keeps the rest of your senses firmly in a modern cosmopolitan setting.
This bistro is an attempt to open up to a less élite public, serving more affordable versions of the Catalan classics.
Dishes are small and meant to be ordered in a tapas style.. Petit Comitè is serving around the clock from midday to midnight.
Petit ComitèPassatge de la Concepció, 13, 08008 Barcelona, Spain
Area: Eixample left
Website: Petit Comitè in Barcelona
Opening hours: Open daily 1pm-1am.
Prices: Approximately €50 per person for three plates, plus wine.
Phone: 935 50 06 20
Metro/Bus: Diagonal [L1, L3]