Its proximity to both the plain and the sea, means that the kitchen benefits from all the finest elements of the Mediterranean diet.
Palau Lo Mirador in Torroella is a 14th-century building from where local lords once controlled the Empordà plain. It has been the residence of the Counts of Barcelona, and it's said that King Jaume I, the Conqueror, stayed there. Nowadays it's a hotel, and the former carriage house has been converted into a restaurant. Its proximity to both the plain and the sea (L'Estart is close by), means that the kitchen benefits from all the finest elements of the Mediterranean diet. The menu is full of typical local dishes that have been given a modern touch: fish and shellfish soup with perfume of Pastis; millefeuille of foie and Torroella apple; and grilled sea bass with casserole juices. The 'Selection' set menu includes a list of archetypal dishes that mix ingredients from the sea and land in equal part.
|Venue name:||Palau Lo Mirador||Contact:|
Psg. de l'Església, 1
Torroella de Montgrí
|Opening hours:||1pm-3.30pm, 8pm-10.30pm|