Time Out says
There's much more to the Empordà than fish. That much is clear from the menu at El Trull d’en Francesc, which features the most traditional Empordà cuisine.
Despite being by the sea, there's much more to the Empordà than fish. That's made clear at El Trull d'en Francesc, with its menu featuring traditional Empordà cuisine based mainly on meat from the county and surrounding areas. Duck is the protagonist: the leg is roasted and crispy, the magret cooked on the grill, and the foie comes in a terrine or in a pan with confit of apple and cabernet sauvignon sauce. Pork also plays a key role, and again El Trull makes the most of every part available - two examples to whet your appetite: pork cheeks roasted in the oven, and a stew of pig's trotters with cuttlefish. And to ensure you know that traditional delicacies can also be innovative, don't miss the warm carpaccio of pig's trotters with foie and olive vinaigrette. On the grill they also cook Empordà lamb and goat, and an 800g ox entrecote, which is only suitable for champion carnivores! However, it's only fair to give a special mention to the fish options, especially the cod. The wine and cava menu focuses largely on the Empordà Protection of Designated Origin varieties. They offer various set menus according to the time of year.
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