Time Out says
Ugot is a lovely place where it's impossible to be cynical: it's like the tea room of the French aunt you never had. Israeli Adi Nachson has filled an old warehouse with soul, a collection of dishware she's gathered over the years, an exquisitely restored floor and a miscellany of antique furniture. Nachson calls it a bruncherie, so you can expect hearty and good breakfasts (eggs in all possible variations), curious and quality dishes of the day, and home-made pastries created by Nachson ('ugot' is 'cakes' in Hebrew). And you'll also find the occasional Israeli dish, such as 'shakshuka', a spicy egg dish.
|Transport:||Urgell, Rocafort (M: L1)|
|Opening hours:||Mon closed; Tue-Sun 9am-9pm (kitchen closes at 4.30pm)|