Sabadell (Catalan pronunciation: [səβəˈðeʎ] Latin: Sabatellum) is the second largest city in the comarca of the Vallès Occidental in Catalonia, Spain. It is in the south of the comarca, on the River Ripoll, 20 km (12 mi) north of Barcelona. Sabadell is located 190 m (620 ft) above sea level and is the co-capital of the comarca.
Things to do in Sabadell
4 based on 298 reviews
Looks nothing from the outside but this is a great restaurant once you get in.
Spacious, simple but nice decoration, very friendly staff, English language menu.
The food is excellent with large portions as starters and some of the best steaks we have tasted. The wine list contains mainly local wines and the usual Rioja etc.
Prices are extremely reasonable compared with similar quality food in Barcelona itself.
4.5 based on 143 reviews
The food in this restaurant is modern mediterranean cuisine with a very clear local flavour. I had a pasta salad with mushrooms and foie gras as a starter and monkfish with grilled vegetables (and a nice dash of romesco sauce on the side). Everything was carefully prepared and beautifully presented. A very enjoyable meal.
The waiter was very helpful to us (three non-locals with a few linguistic problems) and brought over the choice of wine bottles when the vocabulary was not quite sufficient to communicate the finer points of choosing the right wine to go with the meal. All in all, a very pleasant experience. Definitely recommended!
4.5 based on 143 reviews
Well, once you've had dinner there, it's no mystery why this place is ranked number 1 in Sabadell! During this stay in Sabadell, I've eaten there twice, and I've got no regrets whatsoever.
The first time, I was here with two colleagues. It was rather quiet on a Tuesday evening. we were shown the menu and the blackboard with the daily specials. The common theme in those specials was truffles, so i asked whether they had fresh truffles. As a response, we were presented with a truffle on a plate and could give it a sniff -- no surprise that we ordered accordingly! Apparently, it's the end of the season for the real black truffles. well, this was an excellent choice. My colleagues had melted brie with truffles on coca bread as a starter, and a colleague and I had fettucine with truffles and egg yolk. The non-truffle items on the menu were excellent too (I had a wonderful lentil salad with partridge breast as a starter).
The service was friendly and helpful, despite some linguistic challenges. There is a good selection of wines on the menu and I spotted some empty bottles of some really special wines on the shelf in a corner of the restaurant -- perhaps it's worth asking about the wines that are not on the official list…
Tonight, I came back on my own, for my last dinner in Sabadell on this trip (and the place was a lot busier than a couple of days ago). I was glad that the truffle focus on the daily specials list was still there, and so I had the truffles on melted brie on coca bread too, and it was really a marvellous starter. As a new addition, there was risotto wit morels and foie gras, and I had this as my main dish. The morel risotto was out-of-this-world and came with a slice of grilled foie gras -- just perfectly done!
Now, this all sounds a bit gushing. Any criticism? Hmm… Well, the bun that was served with the main course was a bit on the dry side. No big deal, but by the cosmically high standards of the risotto that I had in front of me at the same time, it did feel like a little bit of a let-down.
A plus for the solo diners: they have 50cl bottles of two wines -- among them a very tasty and characteristic Montsant that I had with my meal tonight.
My overall impression from the two dinners there is that this is a place to visit again and again. It is the very best in Catalan cuisine, put together very carefully with all the tricks of the trade to bring out everything the ingredients have to offer.
4.5 based on 170 reviews
This is one of the good and secure choices in town. Simple but good quality food coming from the far land of Lebanon. The owners of the restaurant, a catholic Lebanese family, are really friendly and deserves a visit.Thank you for sharing your experience and positive vibes. We are glad you enjoyed our service!
4.5 based on 123 reviews
We found raving reviews from Google Maps. The reviews were true - the pastries are really GOOD. We drove here - and it is a real hassle to find parking in this area. We were lucky to find a spot on the side of the street in front of the pastry shop after three rounds around the area.
I guess not many English speaking tourists visit this cafe. It is essentially in a small family friendly neighborhood. Chic cafe/restaurant with very friendly staff. We tried only the sweet pastries -- chocolate tarts, custard puffs, sache cake - I think one cannot go wrong with any piece behind the polished glass counter.
4 based on 307 reviews
4 based on 336 reviews
La Tagliatella born from the experience of over two decades of expertise in the traditional cuisine of the regions of Piedmont, Liguria and Emilia Romagna. For us the authenticity and quality are the pillars of our way of understanding gastronomy. So we go through every corner of the Italian geography in search of the best ingredients, textures and tastes: from Parmigiano Reggiano DOP, cured in caves for 24 months, through our pizza dough, made with two different types of grain for its particular flavor and consistency; or tasty tomatoes "semi secco" of Puglia. We developed our menu with top quality raw materials, so you can enjoy your own delicious and generous dishes, perfect for sharing in a unique environment.
Disapointing experience in a lively centrally located spot. Really poor quality pasta al pesto and very salty too! Waiter brings food and then does not return. Portions large enough for two and still overpriced.
4.5 based on 844 reviews
Tapas Bar/Restaurant Catalan/Spanish style
After long working day, you got a relaxing place where you can grab some food and enjoy a great wine, this is tapas with great quality
4 based on 243 reviews
Vindaloo is a different type of indian restaurant. It's ruled by both indians and catalans, mixing up the best of both cultures: the asian patience that gives our dishes a burst of taste and the western way of running a business. We give priority to teh quality of food, the servive, in a modern and luxury free athmosphere that wants to look like the youngsters bars in Delhi or Mumbai. We have all sort of menus, theme and cultural nights, Bollywood dance on saturday night and lots of dishes suitable for vegans and celiacs. Wel come to Vindaloo, welcome to modern India!
I have been to may indian restaurant and very few serves actual Indian Food. Most of the restaurant serves food that looks indian but doesn't taste like Indian food. They modify the recipe according to take of the country where they are located.
This restaurant serves the authentic Indian food which i find closest to the food that we served by the Indian restaurant. Very good taste and warm service. Love to visit it again.
4 based on 254 reviews
We went with our 3 kids for a quick lunch. Food and service was, as always, good. Sushi, yakisoba, salad, california roll, makis... They could improve desserts.Dear Customer, Thank you for your comment, customers like yourself are what give us encouragement to continue improving day by day. Also please note that soon launch new dishes in our kitchen equipment is working, we invite you to discover them. Warm regards.
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