Expensive for what it is. Plenty of other places to choose from. Food ok but not great............wouldn't go back.
We ate dinner here whilst on a short 2 night stop over in l'escala. The main fish dishes are quite expensive compared to some we've had whilst travelling through Spain, but they were certainly very well cooked and very tasty. I can honestly say that the service here was the best I have had so far on our 2 week... More
There aren't many options, in L'Escala, in January, but thankfully Els Pescadors was open. We were the only ones in the restaurant, not normally a good sign, but we were pleasantly surprised. The waiter was VERY personable and we enjoyed talking to him. They also have lovely views of the water. We had pan con tomate with anchovies, on the... More
WE had a nice diner at this restaurant. The service was very friendly even in the top-season, and we enjoyed a goor meal. do visit them when you're around
We visit this restaurant at least once when we visit l'Escala, but do object to paying exra to sit on their terrace, no other restaurant does this in L'Escala. Food was fine, but nothing special this time
The food was ok, but the amounts served were poor for the price you pay. The desserts are a rip off, go around and have an ice-cream somewhere else, as they are extremely tiny and not good at all. Service is bad and not very friendly at all. There are better places where to eat around.
We went here on the night of the Spain Portugal game and there were only three tables occupied. We were all put into separate alcoves, probably to give us privacy, but it just highlighted how few customers they had. The food was fair enough but if you rate a restaurant by would you go back then we'd have to say... More
This is place for a special occasion and for people liking seafood
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