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This restaurant is grand with the typical Catelonion arches with high ceilings. Was reasonably full at lunch. Loved the steak and the sea food. The service is good. It also has a large outdoor seating. Perfect when the sun is out.
You have to know where to find it but this is worth the trip. Though the very typical Spanish interior looks on tested the service and food at this place is very good. We were lucky to be in the mushroom season and enjoyed a...More
We had been at "Ca la Maria" several times before, but we didn't go there since long time ago.
We were there for lunch a couple around their forties.
We like traditional catalan cooking, and ate this kind of dishes.
As starter I has Catalan...More
After visiting a wine-farm as a family of 6, we were recommended this by the farm. We were not dissapointed. I ordered the entrecote with green pepper sauce, and every bite was a delight. The menu was written in perfect english aswell, though the staff...More
We had eaten in Ca La Maria some years ago and had good memories so re-visited with another couple. The overall experience was very satisfactory. We shared snails catalan style and the other couple chose individual starters of croquetas a la casa and grilled asparagus...More
A beautiful room might make you feel a bit underdressed but no worries, elegance and casual go together in this province. The menu is filled with local dishes (rabbit, little fishes, white beans and sausage, pork trotters) prepared in a tasty way. The service is...More
You have to be off of the beaten path to find Mollet de Peralada, but if you do you should have a meal here. The appetizers were excellent. I had grilled vegetables and others in our party had a grilled asparagus and salad dish. My...More
We collapsed into the air conditioned splendour or the restaurant after a few hours cycling through the vineyards. We were hot and in need of sustenance. That aside, we had a fabulous lunch. I had the anchovies with tomatoes (grown in the village, I was...More
We found this when the restaurants we were hoping to eat at were closed. Thursday lunchtime in the Alt Emporda is about as quiet as it gets, but I bet it's humming in the summer and at weekends. The owner speaks enough English and French....More