There’s a lot of mató, the local version of curd cheese, on the menu here. It’s served with honey, with chocolate, and with cream caramel pudding. It’s also included in the tomato salad along with olive paste. This now emblematic restaurant in this renowned mató producing village lies almost within touching distance of the sacred mountain of Montserrat. Roger Costa, the owner’s brother, is one of the four craftsmen in the village who make mató, which is sold under the Can Florí brand name. The restaurant offers home-style cooking with an oak charcoal grill. For Barça fans there is El racó del culer. Also serving hearty cooked breakfasts and calçotades (grilled scallions).
|Venue name:||Cal Jaume||Contact:|
Sant Esteve, 38
|Opening hours:||Open from Tuesday to Sunday (for breakfast and lunch), on Friday for dinner (pre-booking required) and on Saturdays for dinner. Closed Mondays except public holidays.|
|Price:||Weekly fixed price menu: €10. Cal Jaume fixed price menu: €15.|