We were looking for a restaurant on Easter Monday and ran into this cute restaurant occasionally. They serve very good Palestinian and oriental food.
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My first meal in Barcelona in this tiny Palestinian restaurant. First course the house salad which was delightful to look at, being studded with ruby pomegranate seeds, and tasted fresh and unusual. Second course was little lamb chops. I could have eaten twice as many, but that is because they tasted so delicious not because there weren't enough. Really authentic... More
We've been here before, but this time we decided to have the "tasters menu". Everything was delicious and the variety was great: hummus, eggplant dip, 2 salads, falafel, meat on skewers, 2 kinds of rice with vegetables plus baklava for dessert. Highly recommended!
They were selected by Tripadvisor for the 2015 award. But we noticed nothing excellent. The salads were nothing special, not one dish that stood out. Do not take the Safiha Jerusalem, it was minced meat thrown on some salad with a pita bread hidden underneath. Quite a dissapointment compared to all the good mediterranean restaurants we have at home.
We went to Aska Dinya on the 1st of January and as a coincidence since it was one of the only places open at the time. We will definitely come back. The flavours and combination of spices that their dishes have are just right. Full plates and very well cooked dishes! Recommended!
We had the "menu de degustación " and it was excellent. We especially liked the humus and eggplant salad, accompanied with pit bread. The meat croquet and the falafel were outstanding, as well as the chicken, beef and lamb skewers. Highly recommended!!!
Had dinner at Aska Dinya and loved it. While there is meat on the menu, we had a wonderful choice of healthy veggie options- from hummus, falafel, tabouleh and plenty of salads. The "vegetarian table" is a great dish to share as it includes a variety of the restaurant's specialties. Friendly and professional staff too.
We came here on our first night in Barcelona. It just looked so inviting from outside. And once we were inside it has a very warm feeling. I didn't really know what to expect, the only thing I knew was the ambiance was so nice I wanted to be in there. And I am so glad we chose this restaurant.... More
My partner and I were forced in here by the rain really, rather than choosing it especially but it was a happy accident. The service was good, prompt but not overbearing and honest when it came to asking whether food would be enough which meant that we didn't over order and it was great value. A meal for two including... More
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