Food was a huge let down. We ordered the grilled chicken with potatoes and the tuna with avocado and tomato as well as a side of potatoes. What we got was a tuna steak with what what looked like lays potato chips and a small chicken drumstick and thigh. No sauces, no salad, no tomato and avocado. We asked for it to be corrected and sauce and we got a tiny spoonful of tomato and avocado and no sauce despite asking a few times. Save your money, it was a huge disappointment and for Barcelona Celiac Food Standards this was horrid.
Excellent attention to celiac. They had a gluten free menu, gave special utensils wrapped in plastic and placed a little sign next to me that indicated gluten free. Every dish came with a metal lid to keep it separate from other dishes that were not gluten free. Even the receipt indicated my items were for celiac. The food and atmosphere was great also for me and the rest of my family that was not gluten free.
They have a separate gluten free menu printed in English. I ordered roasted vegetables, octopus with potatoes, and bread. They brought me wrapped silverware, the bread was also wrapped, and food came with lids—they seem to take all precautions to avoid cross contamination. The food was good, but it was also one of the most expensive meals on my trip.
The wait staff didn't speak much English but I was able to order and get a gluten free meal from the Celiac menu. They were very friendly and helpful. I ordered a spinach and goat cheese salad and GF bread that was very good. Maybe the best loaf style bread I've had. My steak was just okay but I think I ordered the cheaper steak. My daughter ordered one that was much better. The other non-GF people liked their food too. Not the best meal I had in Spain but nice to have a GF menu. Great atmosphere.