SUQUET DE L’ALMIRALL
Passeig de Joan Borbo, 65 08003 Barcelona
+ 34 932 216 233
“Made from the old dockyard of Cardona, we have kept the space of a workshop typical of Barceloneta in the early 20th century, and have maintained the structure used in the period. A quirky fact is that the copies of the ships used by Christopher Columbus, ( La Pinta, La Nina and la Santa Maria ) were made within these walls.
The restaurant is divided into three areas: an open air terrace with room for 24 diners and with views of the Paseo Port Vell, and main dining room with a marine decor for 42 diners, and a basement where we keep photographs, and press cuttings about the restaurant. The perfect place for small family reunions or business lunches.”
via Suquet de L’Almirall