BCN Taste & Tradition
In an era when casual, neighborhood restaurants seem to be the norm, chef Luis Roger's Spanish restaurant is distinctly fine dining. Suit-wearing servers populate the understated dining room, and the guests are similarly attired. Dining at BCN feels very upscale (also reflected in the prices), but the atmosphere isn't stuffy. It's simply that the patrons want to match the carefully-prepared, beautifully-presented cuisine.
Start with imported Iberico ham that's served with tomato bread, pickled anchovies or beef tartare with housemade potato chips and pair it with one of the restaurant's signature gin and tonics. Luxurious dishes that utilize foie gras, lobster or duck are always worth ordering. Chocolate cake with two textures, a light mousse and a dense cake, provides a fitting end to the meal.