Time Out says
Traditional, seasonal Catalan cuisine
Traditional, seasonal Catalan cooking is the trump card at El Cabrit, the restaurant that was opened on January 11, 1999 by Narcís and Mònica, in the premises that once housed the iconic Ferrari pizzeria. Ever since, the reputation of this inviting restaurant, which has its roots in El Cabrit in Sant Esteve de Llémena, has only gone from strength to strength, in part thanks to its excellent daily set lunch menu. For €13.50 you get to enjoy a complete meal (if you add coffee, it'll cost €14) made up of six starters and six mains to choose from, including the likes of soups, salads, meat, fish and vegetables, grilled or stewed, four different desserts, bread, and water, wine or soft drink. You can't really go wrong with that.
Ctra. Barcelona, 423
|Opening hours:||Wed-Sun and public holidays 1pm-4pm, 8.30pm-11pm|