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70 Passeig de Gràcia, Hotel Majestic, Barcelona 08007, Spain
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Named for Tara, the female side of Buddha and the embodiment of truth in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition, Drolma—and chef Fermín Puig—turn out a classical Mediterranean and Catalan cuisine that strives for that ideal every time out. Orchestrated in a plush and peaceful corner perch overlooking Passeig de Gràcia, his dishes feature top products from the region—from wild-caught Mediterranean sea bass and gilthead bream to grouse from Scotland or ducks from the Delta del Ebro. And when one of Puig’s polyglot staffers approaches with what looks like a box of the crown jewels, prepare yourself for a liberal helping of giant white truffles from Piedmont, Italy.

Restaurant
Drolma

Named for Tara, the female side of Buddha and the embodiment of truth in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition, Drolma—and chef Fermín Puig—turn out a classical Mediterranean and Catalan cuisine that strives for that ideal every time out. Orchestrated in a plush and peaceful corner perch overlooking Passeig de Gràcia, his dishes feature top products from the region—from wild-caught Mediterranean sea bass and gilthead bream to grouse from Scotland or ducks from the Delta del Ebro. And when one of Puig’s polyglot staffers approaches with what looks like a box of the crown jewels, prepare yourself for a liberal helping of giant white truffles from Piedmont, Italy.