A restaurant with undisputed charm thanks to its classic-colonial atmosphere and a variety of rooms where time seems to have stood still. Sitting down to eat here is both a homage to authentic Catalan cuisine and to history, as this property was once an inn with a constant flow of travellers. Its current success is for the most part due to its affable service, reasonable prices and its à la carte featuring highly appetising suggestions, including midweek rice specials, the “Surf and Turf” salad and its popular “Traveller’s Lunch Menu”.
- MICHELIN guide inspectors
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