One of the few Palamós restaurants that's not changed from its origins as a classic fishermen's tavern in the centre of town - it opened in 1936.
This is one of the few restaurants in Palamós that remains unchanged from its origins as a classic fishermen's tavern in the centre of town. It opened in 1936, started by Maria, the late great-grandmother of the current generation of owners. The cooking is also inherited from her: 100-percent seafood, 100-percent simple.
All the fish comes from the local market, and your best bet is to let them advise you about whatever fresh products they have. Obviously the star dish is grilled Palamós prawns, but you should also try the fish stew, rice casserole and European flying squid with onion.
Apart from the standard menu, which is made up of small and full-size portions ('racions' and 'plats'), another good reason for going is the set gastronomic menus they sometimes offer, promoted by El Plat Blau, the association of restaurants from the Bay of Palamós.
|Venue name:||Maria de Cadaqués|
Tauler i Servià, 6
|Opening hours:||Wed-Sat 1pm-3.30pm, 8pm-10.30pm; Sun 1pm-3.30pm|