This classy but low-key restaurant is named after after the female version of the Pepito, a baguette filled with veal steak, which has become something of a classic amongst foodies in this part of town.
The front bar is ideal for a few drinks or cocktails and tapas before venturing into the rest of the Eixample for a night on the town whilst the back of the restaurant is a kind of French bistro, complete with Paris metro-style tiles decorated with abundant graffiti.
However, you can tell you're in Barcelona by the ubiquitous Jamón, long necklaces of garlic suspended from the ceiling and Vichy Catalan as the only choice of sparkling water.
You should definitely try their beef and tuna dishes as well as their jamon serrano and other local delicacies.
If you're looking for a place to hold large group events, the back room can seat about 20-30 comfortably so it's well worth booking in advance.