The bread was ordinary though, we were expecting different kinds of bread in a "bread platter", I wonder what happened... The Paella Negra is a must try. And the Chicken Cordon Bleu was yummy as well.
One main concern I have regarding Barcino though is that it was not just once but twice already wherein we were ordering for red wine priced at around P500 - P800, then we were told that that particular brand was not available so they offered a different brand, we asked if it's in the same price range of the one we were ordering earlier and we were given a nod (which means yes right???) then when we got our bill we were REALLY surprised to find out that the wine we had was in the P1000-P1300 range. When we confronted the waiter about it, he told us that he didn't confirm that the wine was at the range of P500-P800. And he even had the nerve to point which wine we had from the winelist. Grrrrr... We were too angry yet sleepy (from the wine) to continue arguing so we just paid for it. Plus, the place looked so festive, we would not like to ruin the night of the other customers anyways.
Therefore, I am sooooooo excited to go to Barcino again to see if we experience it again, that'll be strike # 3 already and I'll make sure I'll stay sober and go directly to the manager to report this. Tsktsktsk.
Bottomline, the ambiance of the place, the food and the wine is still good. It also has free wifi available for their customers. The service? Hmmm I'll check on it on my next visit and let you know. ;)