The Iglesias brothers live their best professional moment thanks in part to the brutal success of Tickets and 41 ° along with the Adrià brothers. The quality tapas in an informal and casual has revolutionized Barcelona gastronomy scene and inspired to change the orientation of the adjacent brasserie, classic but updated Rias de Galicia. In just a few months, the new Casa de Tapes Cañota is already one of the best options in the city to eat traditional tapas at very reasonable prices.
The Iglesias brothers have successfully applied the quote 'renew or die' in a masterly manner. Proof of this is the update of its flagship Rias de Galicia, but also the adjacent Brasserie restaurant, open for more than fifteen years, in late 2011 it was reinvented itself as the bistro of Rias, a cheaper option of traditional home cooking and renamed as Casa de Tapes Cañota.
The restaurant is now completely unrecognizable, preserves the Galician spirit, a fantastic base of tapas -tasty, fun, actual and ideal for sharing, as always made with high quality products. In the afternoon there is uninterrupted service with a special reduced menu.
The space, now informal ambiented, has been decorated inside and out with the fun and striking patterns by designer Anna Pujadas, and is ideal for any day of the week (closed Sunday evening and Monday) at any time of the day.