Pitarra Restaurant is named after the 19th century Catalan playwright and poet Frederic Soler i Hubert, who was also known as Pitarra. The restaurant was founded in 1890 and is in the house where Pitarra himself lived, situated in the heart of the Gothic Quarter.
Pitarra offers traditional catalan cooking and specializes in wild game dishes such as Perdiz entera del país estofada con setas y micuit de pato (Catalan whole stuffed partridge with wild mushrooms and duck foie) and Faisán al cava con setas a la crema (pheasant in cava sauce with mushrooms).
Main Courses: 20€ | View Menu
Opening Hours: 13:00 to 16:00 and 20:00 to 23:00. Closed Sundays.
Neighborhood: Gothic Quarter
Address: Carrer d’Avinyó, 56 08002 Barcelona, Spain | View Map
Nearest Metro: Diagonal (L3)
Phone: +34 93 301 16 47
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