Time Out says
A gastronomic space that clearly stands out from the classic seafood restaurants that dominate the sector in Palamós.
Dvisi is a gastronomic space that clearly stands out from the classic seafood places that dominate the restaurant landscape in Palamós. Even though at Dvisi they also take special care with their ingredients, in its case the focus is on dishes that are perfect for sharing and that also feature some surprise or fun element, with the aim of keeping the meal informal.
They don't have a set menu, and the à la carte menu changes every three months in line with seasonal ingredients. Open since 2014, the restaurant is run by couple Laura Vicente and Jordi Simón (the name of the restaurant is based on a combination of the first letters of their surnames). The two are disciples of Massana in Girona, from where, they say, they've learnt nearly everything they know.
To whet your appetite, some of the star dishes are: egg cooked at 62ºC with cep 'de pi' and potato Parmentier; lobster with black squid tempura and red pepper mayonnaise; laminated ceviche with coconut milk infusion, roe of flying fish, and seasonal fruit; and Galician octopus smoked in the moment with cream of calçots and black olives.