OK, so the UK had been locked in permafront and a nuclear winter since October, so any sun-baked Roman stone square would have done. But sitting outside with a table of friends in the April sunshine was the ideal tonic. Our Catalan hosts knew which rice dishes to pick and the monkfish with artichoke paella was the hit, closely followed up by the traditional marisco paella.
The local Mont Sant red (Mas Collet) was just the young, full-bodied crianza that worked well with the slight bitterness of the dish - although the white lovers praised the Montebaco Verdejo from Rueda. Service helpful and friendly.
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