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El Pati de Ca La Flora

Bars and pubs, Café bars
1 out of 5 stars
(1user review)
El Pati de Ca La Flora

Time Out says

A charming place that's just a five minutes walk from Banyoles lake.

In the middle of the road that crosses Banyoles - and only five minutes from the town's famous lake - you'll find a charming spot: the Pati de Ca La Flora. This former dairy, which dates from 1914, has been transformed into a bar-café and bed and breakfast, where great attention is paid to the details. The lush plants that stand ouside, the traditional decor with wooden furniture and the beams in the ceiling all make this place a haven for anyone looking to have breakfast, enjoy a beer or have a snack. From time to time, they organise special activities, such as wine, beer and gin-and-tonic tastings, discussions and presentations. It's a must-visit!



Address: Llibertat, 91
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 8.30am-1pm, 6pm-midnight; Sat 6pm-midnight

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Charming and romantic "pati" but it ended there . Rude, cold and brusque owner behaved unacceptably. I ordered the  roast chicken salad with fried mushroom, honey and rosemary . Instead what I got was salad from a packet with cold canned mushroom and cold pre cooked processed ( minced) sandwich chicken on top ? No hint of honey nor rosemary . I kindly asked to change it for another salad . The owner said I would have to pay for it . After arguing the merits she grabbed the dish and didn't offer me anything else to eat so I had to sit and watch my family eat . I offered to pay . She got very angry and defensive arguing that all their salads are cold and prepared to order . When I asked why is the fried mushroom cold if prepared to ordsr she offered to microwave the tinned "fried" mushrooms  . Surreal experience. It's a shame such a beautiful location is wasted on someone with no respect for  culinary etiquette.