Food and drink
There’s an amazing choice of weird and wonderful ingredient combinations in crêpes of both the savoury and sweet variety. I opted for a ‘Norwegian’, a deliciously smooth mix of smoked salmon, leek sauce and almonds, followed by a divinely indulgent sweet option with chestnut purée, Cointreau and whipped cream. If you don’t happen to want a crêpe, they also do salads, a variety of Spanish omelettes or tortillas and sausage and cheese platters.
To drink, as well as the usual beers, wines, soft drinks etc, there’s an extraordinary list of teas, from Japanese and mate, green teas, white teas, blue teas (for digestion apparently), red teas (for weight loss, so they say) as well as hibiscus (my personal favourite), passion fruit and orange herbal teas.
There are a series of small rooms all filled with vintage radios, 1950s bars, 1940s and 1950s advertising posters and a wondrous melée of one-off flea market finds.
It's laid back in a suitably Gallic kind of way.
It's on a narrow winding street in the heart of Girona’s old town.
There are three-course menus at 9.30 euros and 11.90 euros.
There are other branches in Valencia, Barcelona, Figueres and Vigo - see the website for details.
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