Petit Comitè

Dreta de l'Eixample
Catalan Comfort Food

Hotel Majestic chef Nandu Jubany runs the kitchen at this restaurant on Passatge de la Concepció, also known as Barcelona’s “gastronomy alley.”  The menu offers an elegant take on Catalan comfort food, from codfish brochettes with olives and pickled cucumber to free range chicken canelones served with béchamel.

Petit Comitè
Passatge de la ConcepcióBarcelona, Spain
34-9/3633-7627

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