Sole, turbot and John Dory are among the specialities at Casa Anita in Cadaqués, where you can also try anchovies and sardines.
At Casa Anita, you'll share a table with strangers while you eat a great dish of fresh fish of the day, which has been cooked on the grill. Open since the '60s, they say that among the many celebrities who have passed through was Salvador Dalí, who often stopped for a chat with the owner. There's no set menu and the à la carte options will only be revealed once you've actually stepped across the threshold. They serve fish according to what's available and good at the market, but their specialities are sole, turbot and John Dory. You'll also find small prawns from Roses, sardines and anchovies that they salt themselves. If you order it in advance, they will prepare black rice for a minimum of ten people. The wine comes mainly from the family vineyard of Martín Faixó and other DO Empordà varieties. And for dessert, why not try a Catalan classic: toasted bread with chocolate and coarse salt.
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Miquel Rosset, 16