A deconstructed Spanish tortilla. A fried aubergine. A selection of cured meats that would please any palate. Olives whose essence fill up the whole room. And not to forget the wine pairings.
That is the kind of experience you'll have at Divinum, Girona's ultimate fancy-pants tapas place. An authentic, glutton, mouth-watering foodie moment that your taste buds will thank you for.
At any time, you can either order the tasting menu, or ask for the daily offer - either way, there's no such thing as a bad choice at Divinum. Absolutely everything is fresh, tasty, well presented and quite frankly, divine.
Also, the decor - while the entrance is more of the traditional, wooden style, the backroom is ultra-modern and quite the conversation starter, with a plexiglass floor covering an impressive collection of wine bottles, and equally pretty furniture.
If you're looking for a more high-end Catalan tapas experience, then look no further - Catalonia is perhaps the tastiest and underrated of all the Spanish provinces, and Girona does not disappoint. Especially not at Divinum!