Find out what Spanish restaurants to try in Cassa de la Selva including Sa Marinada, La Brasa Grillada, Can Peret, Can Barris Restaurant, Mas Canyet, Can Xiquet, Ca L'Artau, Restaurant Bon Acull, Momo Burger, Restaurant Hotel Mas Ros
3 based on 8 reviews
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Estuvimos en el restaurante y nos sorprendiÃ³ gratamente. Elegimos platos de carta aunque tambiÃ©n habÃa menÃº de fin de semana. Platos muy bien elaborados con presentaciÃ³n excelente de cocina de la zona. Calidad de producto y bien elaborado. El local es precioso tipo masÃa catalana, bien decorado y elegante. Por poner alguna pega, el servicio un poco lento, aunque con la buena voluntad que ponÃan, no deja de ser una anÃ©cdota.
We went to Momoâs for dinner and really enjoyed it. Very relaxed atmosphere, good and very affordable food. The best salads in town!!!!
We visited this restaurant during the local fiesta which made parking in the town impossible. The restaurant was located just on the outskirts and had ample parking so was ideal. The outdoor area was busy but inside quiet. We were greeted by a very friendly waitress who seated us promptly. We unfortunately do not speak Catalan and have very little Spanish but with Google translate and a waitress who was excellent and really tried we got along just fine.The food was excellent, good selection on the menu at a very reasonable rate. The waitress was happy to make recommendations, the calamari and a local pudding which I forget what it was called and they were just as good as she said. If we were every in that area again we would definitely return.
4 based on 207 reviews
It's always a good sign when you pull into a restaurant car park and there are lots of cars there. Especially when it's situated in the middle of nowhere. We would never have known about it, had it not been for Trip Advisor, but we seemed to be the only people who found out about it that way. Everyone else seemed local, including a big table of about 20 Mossos d'Esquadra (the local police force) in full uniform. I always take this as a good sign of how good a place is.It's mostly Argentinian food, with a few local adjustments. A Choripan, which is supposed to be Argentinian Chorizo inside bread, had a Butifarra sausage instead, but was none the worse for that. Like most proper Argentinian restaurants, it had dishes like Pasta on the menu, but no Milanesa (escalopes) or Matambre (a rolled pork dish). The empanadas were delicious, and the croquettes the best we've tasted in a long time. But the high spot of the meal was the meat. Tira de Asado, Vacio and Entrana were on offer, the latter a huge piece of tender Skirt steak cooked to perfection.Now the amazing thing about this place is the price. All the above, plus dessert, many of which were home-made, were all part of a Menu del Dia at â¬18 (December 2014). There were a few extra charges (there were five flavours of ice creams included, but Dulce de Leche Ice Cream, which is compulsory in any visit to an Argentinian restaurant, was â¬2 extra. The Menu included a starter, main course and dessert, wine and coffee and represents extraordinary value for money when you consider the quality of the cooking.
4 based on 195 reviews
We found this place by a recommendation of our hotel staff.Everything was perfect, the appertizers from the chef, the starters; green asparagus and snails, the main course, iberian ham and rabbit, not to mention the desserts......and the wine...and the service and the athmospere.....we will definately visit them again, soon, I hope! Thank you!!
4 based on 112 reviews
We discovered this restaurant by chance, because the other one , recommended by our hotel, unfortunately was closed that evening. Just driving several kilometres along the local road to Cassa de la Selva, we saw flat, country house, with parking lot and many lights around. We found this place, as a very genuine, with many local meals and wines, with moderate prices and only local people at the tables. In spite of the problem with the language communication, the service of the young waiter was faultless.
4 based on 478 reviews
II have eaten at this restaurant many times. It is open at least 50 years. it remains an essential reference in the area. Well known, for special occasions. Quite expensive but excellent. famous for dishes of snails can.(oven rosted snails)
4 based on 45 reviews
Restaurant Can Peret, a new concept of cuisine in CassÃ de la Selva. We reinterpret tradition in a creative way, we are based on the quality of Catalan products, from the land and to the Mediterranean, taking advantage of the environment and the moment of
The decoration was really nice and the ambiance as well, everything neat and clean. The menu was right, IMO, a bit expensive...mainly because, although the starters (cous-cous in my case) were awesome, the main course lacked a punch...the punch...and that, on a 28â¬ menu, should be improvedAnother con, the situation...tough to get there and not get lost while in sight! and you can only hear the cars on the nearby motorway when outdoors...
4 based on 81 reviews
A friend and I visited on a recommendation, "Try the cod brandade, it's to die for!" So we did and we were delighted with our menu of the day, with the cod brandade.. The chef took our order and with little persuasion was happy to add this dish to our order - a creamy fishy mousse, not too salty, topped by a crispy grilled apple topping served with hot toast. Delish! We will be back to try the a la carte.
4 based on 590 reviews
Excellent restaurant, food always good and fresh. Staff is very professional, friendly and always smile. Love this restaurant!!!
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