The reinvention of Montseny cuisine has a name, and that name is Les Magnòlies. The local style of cooking has merited a Michelin star since 2012.
The reinvention of Montseny cuisine has a name, and that name is Les Magnòlies. This restaurant is located in Arbúcies, in a house from 1871, and owners Roser and Isidre, together with their team, put the town on the map some 20 years ago with a local style of cooking that won Les Magnòlies a Michelin start in 2012. They're inspired by Catalan cuisine, to which they add their own personal touches. Among the star ingredients are local wild mushrooms ('bolets') along with other products that originate in the mountainous surrounds. On the menu you'll find venison loin with caramelised salsify, and 'empedrat' (a salda made with cod, tuna, beans, tomato, pepper, spring onions and olives) featuring white beans from Arbúcies. But the county in which Arbúcies lies is also by the sea and that's clearly reflected in the menu, which features fish brought directly from the fish market in Blanes, some 50km away.
|Venue name:||Les Magnòlies|
Passatge Anton Serras, 7
|Opening hours:||Wed-Sun 1pm-3.30pm; Fri-Sat 9pm-11pm|