Often listed as one of the best pizza places in Barcelona, my expectations were high going into this one. After reading that it is run by Michelin star chef Jordi Vilà and award-winning fifth-generation bread-maker Xevi Ramon, they were even higher.
I ordered the “pizza mil dimonis” (Pizza of a thousand demons), and it may have been the best pizza I’ve ever had. It has tomato sauce, mozzarella, a combination of roasted beef, pork, and chicken, spicy chorizo, chilis, pickled onions, and mustard leaves. It doesn’t overload the toppings though, and everything was in just the right proportions. The crust was fairly thin, crusty on the outside and chewy on the inside, and tasty enough to rip off and enjoy by itself.