Time Out says
Large sharing plates, that's the philosophy at Draps, which produces modern, creative, Mediterranean cooking, all at the same time.
Large sharing plates - that's the basic philosopy at Draps, and they achieve it with cooking that is modern, creative and Mediterranean, all at the same time. Such dishes include a large cannello of fish, cubes of cod confit with shellfish sauce, sweet and sour magret of duck, and sea bass with herb mayonnaise, which is made using a Sephardic recipe. In fact, they have a full kosher set menu that pays homage to the restaurant's location in the heart of Girona's historic Jewish quarter (Call Jueu), and also includes kosher wine from Montsant. They have a variety of other set menus, such as: a seasonal one that includes a 'tapa' and glass of cava, first and second courses, and dessert; an appetiser set menu, which also includes a glass of cava that accompanies small bites of updated Catalan classics, such as the parcel of quince and goats cheese, and the brochette of baby squid in their ink; a tasting menu of appetisers with some variation; the gluten-free menu and the vegetarian, which both see dishes adapted as appropriate.