Legal notice is a website whose domain name is registered to and is the property of COMYBE, S.A. with registered address in Av. Catedral, 6-8 (08002) Barcelona. Registered in the Mercantile Registry of Barcelona, Volume 21522, Page 0127, Section GENERAL, Sheet 23435, and with tax ID number (NIF) A59927780 (hereinafter, COMYBE, S.A.).

The purpose of is to inform the users of its restaurant service.

Access to is free. The provision of electronic commerce and/or contracting services is not foreseen, but if this does take place the appropriate general conditions will be issued and this Legal Notice will be modified. In any event, the user will not use the information and content of COMYBE, S.A. to carry out activities that are against the law, morality or public order, respecting the conditions of use established by COMYBE, S.A..

The use of this website implies acceptance of the content of this legal notice.


COMYBE, S.A., will not be considered liable for any possible damage or harm that may arise as a result of the malfunctioning of the telematic networks that facilitate access to, nor for possible interruptions in access, viruses, connections and operating systems for accessing the Internet. Moreover, nor will COMYBE, S.A. be considered liable for possible damages derived from the illegal or illegitimate actions of third parties unrelated to COMYBE, S.A. in the transfer of data over telematic networks.

Web content and third-party links

The information contained in the website may be outdated, in which case COMYBE, S.A. will not be responsible for the possible damage derived from external and/or third-party use of the information provided.

COMYBE, S.A. reserves the right to temporarily suspend access to the website when necessary, without the need to provide prior notice, allowing it to carry out the required maintenance and updating operations. may contain links to external third-party websites whose content is not attributable to or the responsibility of COMYBE, S.A., each owner of the linked websites being responsible for them. The establishment of any hyperlink from a website to the website must always be to the home page, with the total and/or partial reproduction of the services contained in COMYBE, S.A. being prohibited without prior authorisation.

Individual clauses for Social Networks


On clicking the “Like” button on this page, the user agrees to COMYBE, S.A., complying with the conditions of use and privacy policy of Facebook, accessing the personal data of its followers, publishing news items and information that will appear on their walls and sending messages. COMYBE, S.A. will under no circumstances use the data for purposes other than those described above. The user may stop being a follower at any time by clicking “unfollow this page”.

The information provided by COMYBE, S.A. in its profiles on the social networks is for information purposes only. COMYBE, not responsible for any errors it contains, nor for any damage or harm arising from its use.

You can exercise the rights of access, rectification, erasure or objection at any time by writing to COMYBE, S.A. at the address C./ Llibreteria, 10, Entlo. 1ª (08002) Barcelona, or by sending an email to:

In relation to the modification of your data, please note that since you are using a platform external to COMYBE, S.A., you can carry this out through the configuration of your profile in each social network. COMYBE, S.A. may only consult or remove your data as a follower.

Modification of the terms and conditions of use

The content of this legal notice has an indefinite duration, and may be modified at any moment in accordance with the current legislation at any time and any changes that may arise in the activity of COMYBE, S.A..

Applicable legislation and jurisdiction

The content of this legal notice and any of the privacy or cookies policies or applicable sectoral rules are governed by the Spanish laws in force at all times. In the event of a dispute or disagreement, the parties will submit to the jurisdiction of the competent Courts and Tribunals. In the event that the parties consider it necessary to use alternative dispute resolution systems, such as arbitration or mediation, they must propose and accept this expressly and in writing at the time the dispute arises, and always based on the provisions of the applicable legislation.