On a warm May day we walked up the steady incline to the entrance of Cal Sagrista. The cool interior was most welcoming and we were shown to our table. The walls were filled with tasteful paintings largely related to the topic of food. The tables draped in soft pink linen. We chose a bottle of Peralada rosé to accompany our lunch.
We shared a plate of seafood ravioli for a starter; soft, rich and creamy with sufficient sauce. I followed this with a most satisfying main course of pigs trotter stuffed with langoustines....absolutely knockout! And my wife had confit Cod; equally excellent.
The service was most attentive and amiable throughout. The only disappointment was the desserts. The cheese cake 'a bit too set' and a sacher torte which would be better enjoyed over afternoon tea.
We look foward to returning again soon.
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