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A charming restaurant, said to be one of the oldest in Vic, located in an 18th-century stately home with frescoes on the walls, providing an inviting setting. And the food? You'll find traditional cuisine with a modern touch, a very full set menu and lots of dishes to choose from, such as porcini rice, veal with brie, mushrooms in port wine sauce, and cod with vegetables and leek sauce. If you prefer to choose from the main menu and you have a few euros to spare, you can ask for Palamós prawns or monkfish-and-seafood stew with romesco sauce.