Ariana Díaz Celma

Casa Paloma has already reached the first positions among meat restaurants. Perhaps the secret of its success is the Argentine grill, one of the stars on the menu, without forgetting its exquisite fish and meat tartares. Each and everyone of them come with sauces and other side dishes.

Casa Paloma serves three kinds of meat: Angus from Argentina, Frisian from Europe and Wagyu from Japan. The menu also features an interesting list of starters to be washed down with vermouth, a drink they serve with the classic olives stuffed with anchovies, seasoned cockles or secallona, to name a few examples. Before being served the meat dishes, you can order from the raw food section, which includes oysters and lentil salad, among others. Desserts at Casa Paloma sound as simple as they sound delicious. The coffee flan, lemon & meringue cake and yougurt with figs are the perfect sweet companion to the savoury menu.

The decoration of Casa Paloma is the work of Lázaro Rosa Violán and is characterized by a combination of sleek rustic elements and modern touches. The dining area has an industiral air and huge glass windows that take you straight to New York’s Meatpacking. This floor also houses the La Barra del Tartar, a corner with a marked Japanese atmosphere where guest can witness the process of cutting and seasoning salmon, tuna, shrimp or monkfish for the tartares and cebiches. The third area at Casa Paloma is called Confidential, located downstairs. It’s the warmest and quietest area of them all with a veil of mystery and secrecy to have a drink.

A meal in Casa Paloma is about 35-40 EUR.


  • Address: C/Casanova, 209 barcelona