We visited this restaurant by chance, returning from a weekend at Port Aventura. The idea of eating on the highway didn't appeal to us, so we decided to divert via Montblanc and we ended up in this restaurant. It's a small place with just a half dozen tables, cozy and tastefully decorated, in fact many of the articles that decorate the dining room are for sale. The clientele was local, I think we were the only tourists that day. They offer traditional cuisine with innovative and creative touches. Although it was Sunday, we ate from the 20 euro menu, which offered a choice of three first courses, three main courses and assorted desserts. For starters we chose eggplant moussaka, salad and macaroni, my husband and I then had seafood stew and my daughter steak, hazelnut creme brulee and crepes. Everything was delicious and the service was very attentive. It was a shame that we were just passing through, and could not devote the time that this medieval place deserves but we definitely will visit on our next trip to Catalonia to enjoy it further.
This is one of the best places I can remember and it’s located in what’s considered one of the most beautiful villages in Catalonia: Montblanc.
I actually stumbled on this place when I was just wandering through the enchanting streets of Montblanc with my friends.
We let Carmen, the owner, recommend what to order and it was great. The dishes were superb and we also ordered a bottle of local Cava.
The restaurant is in the heart of Call (the medieval Jewish neighborhood) and has amazing views of the palaces and winding streets. The restaurant is located in an old renovated palace and Carmen showed us around all the different halls, telling us all kinds of secrets and stories about the place. If you take both the food and location into account, the experience is great.
Montblanc is addicting and this restaurant is my favorite place for its exquisite food, location, wine-list, and, above all, kind staff. Oh, don’t miss the croquettes; they’re the best I’ve ever had!
This restaurant is located in the historic center of Montblanc. It belongs to a small hotel in the town, located in the Plaza de los Angeles. The menu is varied, offering a choice of 5 starters and 5 main courses. The value is very good, as is the service. They have schedules for lunch and dinner, so if you plan to go, check their website: http://www.fondadelsangels.com/
Cal Jordi is worth a visit, if only to meet the owner, Jordi. He’s a really attentive host and his food is exquisite. He puts a lot of effort into pleasing his guests and even broke out a jug of muscatel wine as we had a chat after my meal. If you can, call ahead of time and order the cochinillo; it’s absolutely delicious and it’s supposedly cooked for over 10 hours. Mmmm….I’m getting hungry!
We can confirm that, in Pergami, you will eat well. Good home cooking, great value for money, a large living room, good service, great location, easy to park. What more do you want?! I recommend it if you are looking for a good feast.
Cal Xixonenc is the ideal place for a pit stop to refuel with ice-cream, tapas, and wine in the center of Montblanc. The owner is a seasoned traveler and photographer and the whole restaurant is decorated with amazing photos of his travels.
Buffet de la Conca offers delicious traditional meals, an excellent wine cellar with all kinds of wines at ideal temperature and an extensive menu offering an assortment of desserts to end the evening.
This creperie is located in the middle of Main Street in Montblanc, a medieval town in the province of Tarragona. The varied menu offers many different types of crepes, both hot and cold, sweet and savory, plus salads. It's all great and I'd highly recommended that you visit this place if you are passing through the city.