Time Out says
A curious mix of traditional tea room, market bar and an authentic mecca for anyone seeking definitive desserts
The Font patisserie in La Bisbal is a curious mix of tea room for ladies who've been going there all their lives, a market bar and an authentic mecca for those searching for the definitive dessert. It's hard to choose between the 'càntir', an ultra-light biscut that has no lactose, the 'rus de xocolata', a sweet biscuit and chocolate combo that once eaten will make you feel like you've done everything you need to in life, and, if it's Christmas time, the 'torró' of coconut covered in crème brûlée (nougat-like bar eaten for the festive season). And not forgetting the artisan ice creams and home-made 'orxata' drink (made with tiger nuts, almonds or rice) in the summer months. The best thing to do, once you've realised how difficult it is to choose just one thing, is to go as many times as you can, order a good coffee (which you'll be served by very friendly waitresses), eat a sandwich made with their own bread or a small cake, and experience just how wonderful local produce can be. Oh, and they also have options for coeliacs.