Find out what European restaurants to try in Cadaques. Tiny, hidden bays line the coast around sleepy Cadaques, creating a series of private beaches near the French border. Thanks to their boat-only access, an afternoon of swimming and sunbathing without crowds is as simple as hiring a skiff and cruising the rocky shoreline.
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4 based on 1097 reviews
We ate some tapas and afterwards the paella and the ris nero. Very delicious food and great wines were served along.
4 based on 808 reviews
Our hotel staff recommended this restaurant. It was fun wandering the maze of streets to find it. The atmosphere is very nice. Be prepared to spend a lot of money or to eat less than you really wanted. We chose the latter. If money is no object, you will most likely have a fabulous meal--we saw other diners ordering course after delicious looking course. Even though we did not spend a fortune, we were still treated very well by the staff. We each had one glass of wine. We ordered the anchovy appetizer and shared a large pot of mussels.
4 based on 356 reviews
Cadaques is a vacation destination and the restaurants cater toward that clientele - prices were high - the wine especially. Bottles seemed about 50% overpriced compared to elsewhere in Spain. Flavors were good, if not somewhat generic. Tomato appetizer was good, fish special was good. Beef entree was very heavy on thyme. Service was friendly. Ended up here as they are open on Monday nights, when many restaurants in town are closed...
4 based on 605 reviews
Cocina mediterrÃ¡nea de pescado y marisco, especializada en arroces y fideuas. Variedad de entrantes caseros todo a base de productos frescos del mar de proximidad.
We came to Ses Paelles on early June 2018. Chus welcomed us in his lovely restaurant with a great smile. After listening to his recommendations we decided to go for Zamburinhas and clams as starter which were amazing. Nonetheless, the best was yet to come with a beautiful Paella Bogavante (kind of a Lobster). The paella was simply amazing, probably the best paella we had in the last year. When we thought we couldnÂ´t anymore, Chus showed up with a resfreshing and light but yet delicious dessert made of berries. After a week we are delighted every time we think about this meal so we really recommend you to try if you have the chance. DonÂ´t forget to make a reservation in advance if you want to secure your table as the restaurant tends to be full.
4 based on 948 reviews
Restaurante de comida tradicional situado en el casco antiguo de CadaquÃ©s. Platos de comida tÃpica elaborados siguiendo las recetas de la cocina marinera del Cap de Creus.
we went here on our last night in cadaques. no reservation and almost totally packed with a huge party taking up at least half the place. the owner, inaki, found us a table and took care of us as though we were related. we shared a plate of delicious lambchops and some appetizers. all were perfectly prepared and the service was the best. because inaki knew places in andoain where we were going next, he spent a lot of time visiting with us and made us feel more than welcome. he explained the ratings for the restaurants and the freshness and quality of the food he used. all in all like eating in someone's home. take the time to find this gem and make a reservation.
4 based on 239 reviews
The trick is simple: you are the grandson of fishermen, you buy fresh fish the day it was fished, you cook it without any unnecessary sauce and with love and care for quality. What can go wrong? Price is more than reasonable with the quality of the food. We'll be back! Gracias Kostas!
4 based on 358 reviews
We had a great lunch here and our two little boys were taken with the tastes and colors of the food. Staff are friendly and efficient. Outside tables and stools are a little small for optimum comfort but it is nice looking down the narrow lane to the sea and watching kids run around
4 based on 2301 reviews
The restaurant Compartir opened in April 2012 led by Mateu CasaÃ±as, Oriol Castro and Eduard Xatruch. As its name indicates, the cuisine is presented on central dishes for sharing. This transforms the concept of âappetisersâ and takes it one step further,
We had the degustation menu. 10 dishes plus 3 deserts. All rather sophisticated, with use of âfoamsâ. There is thought into these dishes. I particularly liked the duck with strawberries and combining all of the ingredients together and having a bite with all of them in equal proportions produced a truly unique taste. And no worries re leaving the establishment hungry. You donât. But significantly lighter. In our case EUR192 lighter
4 based on 608 reviews
If you visit this restaurant you are guarenteed superb tasting menues. Its a litle bit more expensive than the other restaurants we went to in Cuadaques but absolutely worth the price. Excelent service, good atmosphere, and food and wine was super good.
4 based on 125 reviews
The Restaurant is located in the 'Hotel Port Salins', Empuriabrava. Our project is based on a young team, full of talent and enthusiasm; a team specialized in a cuisine of the Mediterranean area and of course, seasonal, with local products, fresh and chos
The Noray is the Restaurant of "Port Salin" hotel.We have been several times recently as we enjoy the fare very as well as the waterside location.In addition to the 'a la carte' menu they offer a very good value 'menu del dia' given the excellent quality of the food.The service is warm, friendly and efficient, we look forward to our next visit.
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