Service was good, dining room was nicely decked out. Menu looks great and we were excited. We ordered a Palamos shrimp salad to share - one shrimp each and literally an artichoke cut into quarters, plus some lettuce on the side (that we asked for). My main was a Suquet of fish - a Catalan fish stew with potatoes. I was expecting a bowl of stew with fish in it. Literally, one shrimp, 2 small pieces of white fish, 4 miniscule potatoes (one bite each) and a dribble of sauce at the bottom of the plate. My wife ordered lamb and same story, tasting menu portion arrived. So basically, tasting menu portions for Michelin star prices - 29 euros for my suquet, over 30 euros for my wife’s dish. Overall, a bottle of wine (30 euros) plus a starter to share, 2 mains and a bottle of water for over 130 euros!! I would say that the food is just ok (3 stars), the service good (4 stars) but value is 1 star to 0.5 stars. Hence the rating of 2 stars. We left disappointed tbh.
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