Lemon pies, almond cakes, chocolate pies, Moscatel wine … and much more prepared by nuns in monasteries!
Walking through the narrow and dark streets of the Gothic Quarter, you suddenly find this place inviting you in, teasing you with all those delicious sweets in their window, what a perfect location! Once inside, you will observe the people outside squeezing their noses against the window and pointing at the different cakes.
It is well worth it waiting for a table to get available. There are a few on the main floor and more downstairs, however I prefer the one on the main floor with the view outside.
Con azúcar y miel, todo sabe bien, “with sugar and wine – everything tastes fine”
My personal favorite: the lemon pie. Not always there though! And try some of the Moscatel wine.
Calle de la Palla, 2 You find this place when you are the the square of the Cathedral
(Placa Nova) and you are facing a Tapas Bar called “Bilbao Berria”. Leave that tapas bar to your right and enter Calle de la Palla. After a few minutes walk, you can’t miss the window of
CAELUM (unless it is closed, haha). Another way to get there is from Plaza del Pi. If you have Bar del Pi to your left hand side, you will take the second street from the left, which is calle de la Palla.
May you have an experience like heaven on earth 🙂