This restaurant has been open since the 1920s, when the train to Madrid passed through Carrer Aragó, hence the name. The decor, chairs, and attic, as well as an organ, which is a surprising thing to find in the middle of the restaurant, also date from those bygone days. The house specialty is fish, the cuisine is seasonal and very fresh and they have a daily stew on offer. These are simple, high-quality dishes. As having to wait for a table is standard, there are curious cardboard chairs available to make your wait more comfortable.
- Type: Tapas
- Accept Credit Card: visa, mastercard
- Nearest Train: Passeig de Gràcia