Cal Tet looks great from the outside with a view of some delicious looking tapas sat on the counter as is traditional in spain. There's a really good selection too with the a la carte looking (and smelling) particularly delicious. You choose nmost of the tapas based on waht you like the looks of which is nice.
However, upon ordering a selection of tapas it was pretty clear that none of it was freshly cooked, with most of it having been taken from the plates on the top and just reheated.This unfortunately meant that some of the food was soggy or overly greasy having been re-fried. The wine menu was very good and the service was ok, if not a little cold.
What was most surprising was the price as a lot of the tapas on the counter does not have a price by it. Our meal for four people including wine was the most expensive we had during our week in estartit by almost 50%.
So, overall it's worth a visit just be cuatious about what you order.
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