Food and drink
The specialities here are grilled meats like duck or rabbit, tenderly cooked on the open coal grill with garlic and herbs. Having said that, everything here is very good. They also do excellent fish including superbly fresh, grilled sea bass.
To start, try the sweet cockles, which taste, as they should, of the sea. Also the habas - mini-broad beans with ham and red onion in olive oil - and the particularly good homemade chicken croquetas.
It is made up of a series of interconnecting rooms with high, vaulted ceilings and walls in soft golds and yellows hand-painted with 19th century murals. In summer, there’s a pretty garden terrace.
This may be an old palacio but service is happily unstuffy with young, friendly and attentive staff. I also like the nice touches like the complimentary olives and sausage when you order.
It's on a narrow cobbled street in the centre of Begur’s old town.
Main courses cost 15-20 euros.
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- Families with younger children
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