St Miquel 2, Begur, Girona, 17255
- Recommended for:
- Couples, Families with teenagers, Families with younger children, Foodies, Singles, Art, Chilling out, Design and architecture, Relaxation, Trendiness
Expert review of Aiguaclara
This is the restaurant attached to one of my favourite hotels on the Costa Brava. The dining room and garden reflect the boho/retro-chic of the rest of the, which is converted from an 18th-century palacio, and just in case you were wondering - the food is great too.
It's trendy but warm and cosy in the open-plan, wooden-floored dining room and super chilled out in the garden outside amidst sculptures, hammocks, the odd antique bicycle and cool jazz.
There is a mix of classic Catalan and international dishes like the cream of pumpkin curry soup that I had last time I was here. For main, I had the baked dorada (sea bream) which was immaculately cooked whilst Henry, my other half, was equally smitten with his stewed beef cheeks.
The service is charming and efficient.
It's on a narrow cobbled street just off one of the main squares in medieval Begur.
Main courses cost 9.50 euros, and three courses 26.50 euros (including tax).
More information on Aiguaclara:
- Price guide:
- Catalan, International, Spanish
- St Miquel 2, Begur, Girona, 17255
- 972 62 32 86
- Lunch, Dinner
- Opening times:
- February-May: Wed–Sat 8–10.30pm. June-September: Tue–Sat 8–11pm. October-December: Wed-Sat 8–10.30pm.
- Accepts Credit Cards:
- Essential at peak times