Rubbish, most disappointed. Expensive for what it was. Food poor. Our waiter, Gabriel, was excellent though. No complaints there. Won't be recommending this restaurant to anyone.
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I had dinner here on my last night in Girona trusting TA’s good reviews. I am a cod aficionado, so I went for cod cannelloni and salted cod. The food was fantastic and very nicely presented. I was there very early (they open at 8PM)...More
This is a classic both of Girona and traditional Catalan cuisine. Situated right in the heart of the city, at Casa Marieta you'll feel as though you're eating the cooking of the best grandmothers in Girona! You'll (re)discover the flavours of the most traditional home-made...More
A traditional place in Girona. Traditional catalan food, but nothing special. Tables and chairs are old(they don't have even a baby chair) and there's no surprises in the meals and wines. It's correct, neither cheap or expensive. Not a great experience. Not any fault.
Our dinner at CM, intended to be a celebratory ens of vacay dinner, was a flop. The ambiance of CM showed promise, white table cloth, warm lighting, airy spacious dining room, but the promise ended there. All our dishes came out half cold, including the...More
Our cab driver actually took us to the best restaurant in Girona, which happens to be one of the oldest, and one of Dali's favorite dining spots. Casa Marieta had the best duck with pears, Catalan style snails, and grilled squid. The taste of Catalan...More
What a great restaurant. The food was brilliant, our party of 16 picked a vast selection of traditional Spanish food which was well chosen by the staff and well presented. There were many different party sizes (couples to other large parties) but we were always...More
Stumbled across the fabulous find as we avoided the tourist traps in the Plaça de la Independencia. Full of character and locals, we knew as we walked in we made a good choice! We ordered the Monkfish and Solomillo steak, both dishes were delicious. Fish...More