Friendly service even when they can't speak English. Food was great. Try the creek brûlée pancakes and ice cream !
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Menu has changed since last year and seems a little more upmarket. Enjoyed views from the first floor over the bay which is nice. Food was different, Argentinian pork bites, duck brochettes all nice tasting. It would appear that quite a few places are making...More
L'Escala seems to have a big problem in that when you go to pay your bill there is extra added on for vat or daring to eat or drink on tne pavement! This does not happen in cafe de la riba. Pints are 3 euros...More
We first visited here about 4 years ago. At that time the clientele seemed mainly local and the menu was chalked on a board in Catalan. We were initially disappointed when we found laminated menus in 4 languages and tables full of tourists. However, we...More
Visited here with friends in October and opted for the set menu at 13.90 euros - what an amazing meal - bacon with goats cheese toastie, lamb chops and then chocolate and coconut tart. Absolutely stuffed by the end of the meal in a very...More
We went here on the first day of our holiday and it wasn't until we stepped into the upstair restaurant we realised what an absolute gem of a place it is. From downstairs it looks like any other little Tapas restaurant on the bay but...More
great choice of tapas and great view on the beach. no cars anymore is a great thing! nice for lunch or dinner!
Good choice of dishes on the menu. Visited with family (4 adults and 4 kids), friendly staff if a little busy! Chicken escalope was well cooked, nice and tender. My wife had the goats cheese salad which was a work of art. Pleasant experience all...More