A very popular meat restaurant - opposite the flamenco bar on S.Pere. Adrian bought out the original Swiss owner some 16 years ago , having worked for him for 12 years previously. He now also owns "Bodega Adrian" on Enrique Granados near the Chinese restaurant on the way down to the beach. We always go at least once and have never , ever , had a disappointing meal. Great for meat but do be careful which portion you chose - many a carnivore has been defeated by the " gigantic" and the "mixed grill". Our chicken ,pork fillet ,two deserts , wine and beer came to €45.96
Cool night with rain threatening so we popped into Adrian. Just the house bread to start with the peculiar spread (marg and capers?)that has been served ever since it was `El Suizo` (is it a Swiss special?) Val had her usual grilled chicken and me a super Veal (young beef NOT Dutch) Tournedos served with baked potato and three sauces. Super. Cafe Irlandes and a Poker Crocant to follow all washed down with house red. €43 !!
Our usual standby on a damp night and the one time that Val goes for the carnivore option. Our grandchildren enjoy coming here - not only the childrens menu but there is a fascination with the bead curtain near the loos.Some French kids had the same interest this time. As the portions are large we went straight for the meat - half pollo horno for Val and Tournedos with three sauces for me. Mato con Miel (highly recommend) and Poker Crocant followed all washed down with a SM and his house tinto. Bill came to €43.60. As is usual when we visit Adrians , the heavens opened whilst we dined and by the time we left the streets were awash so we took off our shoes,rolled up our trousers and paddled back to the car ,sheltering under one brolly. As they say-typical Tossa weather.