Once again I arrived to Hostal Grau with a group of cyclists in tow. The very nice family who runs Hostal Grau was still sitting at their own lunch, as we had arrived a bit before 1:00pm, and the restaurant (as is completely normal here in Spain) opens a bit later. They gave us a safe place to store our seven bicycles, seated us early, served us very well, and fed us amazing food. Cassola de Cigrons amb Bacallà, Cuixa d'Anec, a frozen Baileys ice cream dessert (home made), a bottle a Priorat wine (not on their wine menu, but they asked my taste and they delivered wonderfully, at a great price).
I've been to Hostal Grau several times, and I will keep coming back, and I recommend it to everyone else too! (I have stayed in the Hostal's hotel in the past, and that was great too, but this present review is restaurant-only).