One of Girona's most emblematic brasseries
If you're a committed carnivore, then you'll be right at home in L'Argadà. This restaurant, which was founded in 1893 and specialises in Catalan cooking, still cooks its meat (which is always sourced from Girona farms) over a wood fire. In fact, it's essentially known to locals as 'the brasserie of Girona'. In addition, they serve seasonal grilled dishes such as 'calçots' (large Catalan spring onions), 'bolets' (wild mushrooms), artichokes as well as the delicious meat. You can also try traditional, flavourful offerings such as cod with 'samfaina' (thick vegetable sauce similar to ratatouille), and a great 'escalivada' (selection of grilled vegetables). And don't miss the perennial Catalan accompaniment of 'pa amb all i tomàquet' (bread rubbed with garlic and tomato, with olive oil and salt on top). We love everything on the menu, but a particular standout is the beans with 'botifarra' sausage.
Ramon Folch, 7
|Opening hours:||1pm-4pm, 8pm-11pm|