In Summer or Winter (not November), the Taberna at La Granota is a gem. The menu consists of good typical International food, with a strong Catalan and seasonal tendency. It is extensive (grouped under snacks/starters, omelettes, meat dishes) and very reasonably priced. In fact, the high-quality ice-creams and afters are the best-priced for a long way around.
It's well worth noting the address, because the Taberna is one of only two restaurants we know (putting aside hotels and fast-food places) which serves meals at any hour of day from 13.00 right through to 23.00. No need to anxiously watch the clock as you meet the odd slow-moving tractor as you approach via the NII/A2 or the C63! La Granota is on the intersection of these two roads, with its own turning off the roundabout, and just north of Junction 9 on the AP-7.
We've never known the staff anything other than friendly and helpful. Josep and his daughter Carme have run it efficiently and without drama for as long as we have been living nearby (i.e for at least 10 years - and no doubt longer), and their staff are equally welcoming. In Summer, meals are served in the fresh air under a distinctive arched roof, which formerly must have been a shelter for farm animals. A fountain splashes away, and the Busy Lizzies smile. In Winter, La Taberna is cosy and rustic.
This restaurant is very popular with families, whether in small numbers or for their celebrations, and also with business people for whatever negotiations or machinations they wish to undertake in a delightful environment. It is closed on Tuesdays and all of November.
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