The El Chato offers its guests traditional and modern Basque cuisine. The menu offers a wide variety of dishes: Iberian ham, baby squid, cod, pil-pil, steak tartar, La Mancha cheese and much more. There is also a good selection of choice wines to try.
The restaurant has a long and proud tradition: the "El Chato" restaurant was opened in 1941 by Agustín Elorza and Avelina García. He came to Barcelona from a small village near Vitoria, and she came from Briones in the Rioja wine region. Ever since then the restaurant has continued to be run by their children, who offer modern variations in addition to the traditional Basque recipes
Basque and Mediterranean specialties
13.00 to 15.45 and 21.00 to 23.30
Closed on holidays
August and Easter week
Barrier-free (Wheelchair friendly), Wireless Internet
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