Time Out says
The fish on offer at Sa Marinada varies according to the season and when each species is at its optimum.
In the privileged spot of the former Club Nàutic in Sant Feliu de Guíxols, Sa Marinada takes the best of the sea and transforms it in the kitchen. The fish they serve vary according to the season because they look for the optimum era for each species, to be able to serve the best product to customers. Wild fish and shellfish come from the Mediterranean, such as sea bass cooked in salt, shellfish and langoustine casserole, and fisherman's stew. Of course, a seafront restaurant has to have rice dishes as well: sample the one with Galician crab, or the lobster stew. Another popular plate is the cod tripe with small langoustines from Palamós. If you're lucky enough to have your own boat, bear in mind that they do an onboard catering service. And if not, then they can always deliver to your house.