Restaurants for families
The best thing you can say about a vegetarian restaurant is that it doesn’t seem like one. Forget about the vegetarian clichés of sad tofu salads, here they offer a lunch menu featuring imaginative, tasty, nutritious dishes such as beans with cream of polenta and sage or home-made stuffed pasta, and always with an aperitif tapa included. In the evenings they unveil a range of tapas such as papas arrugas, Argentinean pies, burritos and fajitas. A small, well-chosen selection of wine and beer is available.
Ada Parellada’s cooking is always fun, fresh and original. It’s worth a visit to see how she has reinterpreted classic French and Catalan cuisine, with some delicious game dishes. They do a set lunch menu at a reasonable price, especially when you bear in mind that this is true gastronomy. Saturday afternoons during the school year, they put on 'Patacutxi', cooking workshops for kids from four to ten years old. The workshops are also available in English, so you can relax and eat your meal while your children learn to cook for you at home!
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