I went there on the 3rd of march (last week). After walking along St Pau from Ramblas through a sketchy neighbourhood, I arrived at the street (Flores) and thought for a moment that I was in the wrong place. Walking up to the exact address cleared things up, the facade looked alot better than all of its neighbours. Inside it was like a different world, very nice very fancy. The staff was very professional and friendly. The waiter spoke excellent english (though we could have gotten by in spanish) and explained what items on the menu were in season locally. THere were 3 of us and we had the following starters Chipirones (small squid) with favas, Tagliatelle with mushrooms and truffles, and artichokes with mushrooms all were excellent. I had the cabrito (roast leg of kid) which was perfectly done and in an excellent sauce. My party also had the monkfish which was excellent and the steak which was good but not dryaged steakhouse good. Desert was fantastic I had a chocolate sabayon mixture in eggshells, the others had the souffle which was more like a molten chocolate cake and the Brownie. I am sorry I couldnt be more descriptive but I enjoyed this restaurant, it is expensive but the food is impeccable in quality and preparation as was the service.