We went to Suca Mulla because we saw it on the brochure for the 32nd Girona Gastronomy Week (actually it's two weeks) and it was not far from our hotel. It was lunch time on a working day and the restaurant was almost half-full with local people. On that day, Vichy Catalán, a moderately expensive local mineral water was free at the restaurant, and we enjoyed the drink which Roman conquerors had probably sipped millennia back.
The restaurant staff were amazing. They were friendly and attentive, always at hand to explain the menu card which was in Catalán. The items on the menu were well worth explaining and we liked the food, especially the starters - egg-plants baked with cheese and bulgur salad. The main dishes, accompanied with a bottle of Spanish beer in an ice-bucket, were also very tasty. We were slightly disappointed with the desserts which appeared dry and unappealing, this is why I give only four stars for the food.
The restaurant décor was rather formal although the staff did not wear uniforms, and white table-cloths were made of paper. It was quiet, and the patrons, as far as I could judge, were mainly business people dining in groups of three or four.
Our lunch for two cost less than 28 euros and we ordered from the set menu card.
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