We had had very good reports of this restaurant in Bages, and went there for lunch recently.
The older couple, who presumably own the place and were behind the scenes, were rather warmer in their welcome than the server. It was some time before he offered us menus and service was slow. The small restaurant interior was full, and it was too cold, that day, for tables on the terrace.
The food we had was good, but we thought the presentation of our different fish dishes (two fish dishes of the day were offered) was rather similar. Clearly the "Marmite du pecheur" (the house's signature fish stew) is the house speciality, but we could not go for this, as we had one person who could not take swordfish, and one who could not eat scallops. No substitutes for the day's ingredients were on offer.
The restaurant is a little bit old-fashioned (with its quaint "fishing" interior). It is relatively expensive (almost 30 euros a head for the Marmite or a similar dish, and the wines are quite expensive- no house carafe). We may try the restaurant again for the Marmite, but were a little disappointed this time round.
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