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Cinc Sentits, Arzak, Sant Pau

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DUH CAR Sep 25, 2006 01:06 PM

We will be eating here in October and I am wondering what is the dress code for these places for dinner. Is a jacket and tie required, just a jacket or just sharp casual? Need to know what to pack.

Thanks in advance.
John

  1. PBSF Sep 25, 2006 03:32 PM

    Generally, Spain is very informal. Even in Arzak and Sant Pau, very few diners are in jackets and ties and that is in the evening. Sharp casual would be fine. Same for Cinc Sentits. I am envious...have a great trip. Please report back.

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      DUH CAR Sep 27, 2006 01:11 PM

      Thanks PBSF, will do. Added Tapioles 53 for this Saturday too.

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        DUH CAR Nov 6, 2006 04:10 PM

        Cinc Sentits was great. Went for lunch in October and had the tasting menu.

        If you ever have their roast suckling pig, you'll remember it for a long time -- delish!!

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          emily Nov 6, 2006 04:40 PM

          Their suckling pig was one of the best things I ate in Spain.

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            DUH CAR Nov 9, 2006 04:58 PM

            You said it sister!

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          whitedoghunch Dec 4, 2006 03:07 PM

          cincsentits will do a grand tasting menu if you give them 24 hours notice. It can be booked from their website.
          Do not miss Alkimia when in Barca it is superb check out flickr for a pictures of the tasting menu.

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            whitedoghunch Dec 4, 2006 03:14 PM

            you must also go to http://www.drymartinibcn.com/ for drinks after cincsentits it is about 200 meters up the road

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