Delicious tapas on two floors
The 4th restaurant of the highly acclaimed Sensi group, Senzi Mezzanine is set over two floors of a historic townhouse in the Gothic Quarter, with beautiful exposed brick arches clearly visible on the eponymous mezzanine.
Here you can tuck into the establishment’s signature tapas dishes, as you gaze over the lively Carrer Ample… one of Barcelona’s best streets for nightlife.
The innovative menu contains classic Spanish and Catalan tapas, like pan con tomate, seafood paella and Catalan-style codfish, as well as dishes lifted from Asia, Latin America and other Mediterranean countries. Highlights include parmigiana melanzane; oven-baked octopus with smoked eggplant puree, caramelised shallots and roasted pepper; and duck confit mille-feuille in its own juice with parmesan crumble.
And whilst you can’t eat it, a beautiful mural of some of Barcelona’s iconic landmarks – Arc de Triomf, La Sagrada Familia and the W-Hotel – amongst leafy copses, stretches over the mezzanine level’s ceiling, and makes for a nice touch.