BCN Taste & Tradition
When a fine dining restaurant with an El Bulli-trained chef opens the first Spanish fine dining restaurant in Houston, people take notice. And for good reason. Taking in the artwork of BCN’s (short for Barcelona) intimate 54-seat (plus another 10 at the bar) space is just the start of your epic dining experience. Get a few small plates, we’d go for boquerones, clams con sofrito de tomate, and some jamón ibérico de Bellota, a cured ham that is hard to score elsewhere in town. Of course, you’ll need to save room for the lobster bouillabaisse, 16 oz bone-in ribeye and frites, and rum raisin Catalán brûlée, too.
An exceptional wine list, anchovies straight from the Cantabrian Sea, and desserts like Aged Rum Raisin Catalán Brûlée are just a few of the reasons to bring your date to this Barcelona-inspired fine dining spot. Intoxicatingly good dishes like grilled Spanish Octopus, Foie-stuffed Quail, and Suckling Ibérico Pig are a few more. You’ll find it all tucked away in a quaint 1920s home turned contemporary chic escape in Montrose.