Àngle is an extraordinary restaurant, no matter the day. Jordi Cruz has designed a menu that uses market-fresh products at an excellent quality-price ratio, allowing Àngle to serve extremely affordable tasting menus.
The dishes created exclusively for Àngle are a blend of classic and modern cuisine. Cuisine that is intended to delight and invite diners to wholeheartedly enjoy an excellent gastronomical experience.
Àngle delivers two tasting menus. Our set menus include appetizers, starters, and smaller main courses, prepared with the best, seasonal fish, seafood and meat, and small desserts and petit fours to finish.
Set over three storeys with views of the lobby and a Barcelona cityscape, Àngle Restaurant's main dining room is an open space. The interior design mimics the contours of the chamfered façade, the central skylight’s characteristic cylinders, and other spaces. The mainly round tables, lit by arch-shaped floor lamps, sketch out an ocean of circles that perfectly compliment the simple, yet elegant décor. The red of the chairs stands out from the predominately white walls, ceilings, tables and lamps. Sketches of flying vegetables amidst the space's horizon and a life-size, caricatured figure of Jordi Cruz take the space to another level.
For those who would like a little more privacy, Àngle has a small private room, perfect for feasts with family, work colleagues and friends.
In an increasingly globalised world, where wines from all corners of the planet are at our reach, it seems that exoticism or exclusivity are the decisive factors when compiling a wine list.
However, in a region where varietals, climates and land types are plentiful, our sommeliers do not need to argue their reasons for championing Catalan wines.
The knowledge gained at the vineyard and the ideas conveyed by vine growers provide much more precise meaning to each wine. This invaluable information allows us to compile a soulful wine list with a sense of meaning and history, where every Catalan D.O. wine is clearly represented.
Wines from other Spanish regions and France also form part of our selection.
The best wine is not necessarily the most expensive one, but the one you share (George Brassens)