Anywhere but summer-resort Sitges, Bon Estar would be the nice neighborhood restaurant down the street where you go for a couple-times-a-month treat; located where it is at the edge of Sitges's busiest nightlife area, it seems likes an otherworldy center of grace and calm. The airy gray room with its large windows and simple decor is refreshing, while the staff are uniformly smiling and professional. The room-filling crowd (and reservations seemed to be pretty much a necessity) were a mix of dressy gay parties of four or six, older couples, and what looked like a few happy honeymooners - as nice a group, really, as you'll find in what can at times feel like a non-stop party town.
The multilingual dinner menu offers both an excellent value set menu at 14€ and a wide range of choices a la carte. Our group split between the two, and both were very happy. The menu's melon prawn salad was light and tasty, while the heaping portion of steamed mussels, if a tad bland, were fresh and well-cooked. The grilled swordfish was lovely - firm and just the right amount of char - while suckling pig was meltingly tender and served with a nice side of potatoes. Desserts are simple but very good (a red berry cake with creme chantilly especially stood out). Add in good, solid house wine, and you've got an extremely pleasant night out.
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