A classic that has kept going in L’Escala despite the passing of time. It's adapted to modern life with a menu of Catalan cuisine with lots of fish.
This place is a classic in L'Escala that has kept going despite the passing of time. When seafood platters were all the rage, Myriam was one of the key places to go to enjoy them. Today, it's modernised its dishes with a menu of Catalan cuisine that features lots of quality fish and recipes that include seafood. They still do shellfish platters, and they're still one of their specialities, with cold and hot elements that you have to work hard to finish. The fish stew, which they also offer is a very typical dish from L'Escala, and you'll also find first-rate cuttlefish, squid, prawns and langoustines, turbot, monkfish and hake, and the famous L'Escala salted anchovies with bread and tomato (a typical Catalan side dish). The set menu of the day incorporates many of these recipes that are close to perfection at an affordable price. The cherries on the cake are the home-made desserts, which come on a special trolley.
Ronda del Pedró, 4
|Opening hours:||Mon-Sat 1pm-3.30pm, 8pm-10.30 h; Sun 1pm-3.30pm|