Food and drink
The cooking here is contemporary Catalan with an emphasis on organic ingredients as most of the produce is sourced either from their own eco-friendly kitchen gardens and allotments or nearby organic producers. I had some deliciously tender organic lamb with carrots, which the menu informed me were from nearby Albons, slowly cooked with the meat’s own jus. The starters also have dashes of trendy ingredients like quinoa and soya - although they’re mixed in salads with ham and mussels so veggies beware.
It's formal but contemporary. It’s also very light during the day with the beach views and strong light from the coast flooding the room.
The staff are all young and trendy and ours were very helpful and efficient. I also overheard several waiters and waitresses speaking good English to some other diners.
It's inside the [node:170961] which is, amazingly, the only building on a wonderfully unspoilt stretch of beach near L’Escala and the Roman ruins at Empuries.
For weekday lunchtimes and Sunday evenings (except June to September and public holidays) there’s a menu of the day for 23 euros. A la carte main courses are on average 16–23 euros.
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- Great views / scenery
- Nature / wildlife