El Petit Racó
Time Out says
El Petit Racó uses fresh, local, seasonal ingredients
Just over six years ago, in one of the most beautiful and picturesque squares in Salt, Plaça de la Vila, better-known in the town as Plaça de les llúdrigues (Otter Square), where today stands the restaurant El Petit Racó, there was a popular pub. Since the bar closed, Racó's chef, Carles, goes every day to the square to buy ingredients for his cooking. He claims, rightly, that the best products are the seasonal one, especially the vegetables. Artichokes at the end of winter, peas and beans, and all fresh, nothing frozen. Grilled meat is one of El Petit Racó's fortés, and the set menu they offer includes four starters, three mains and three or four desserts to choose from, as well as a drink, for just €11. Let Carles make suggestions – he knows what he's talking about.