We are extremely lucky to have 5 good restaurants in the village. All are family run and all 5 offer a different atmosphere with a wide selection of food on offer.  They all serve good quality food and service although there are some that are better than others. I’ll leave the choice up to you. Most have English menus at hand for those of you who don’t speak any Spanish. We also recommend booking a table to prevent disappointment on the days the restaurants are open . Please note Xiringitos is the only restaurant open on Monday, lunch time only. However you can get a meal or snack at one of the local bars Casals or Panxos with prior notice. Menu del dia’s are avail in all restaurants during the day from Monday to Friday,  Pepo’s also do an evening menu del dia Tuesday – Fridays (this is approx. 3€ extra per meal).

ROSA MARI is a very small restaurant/bar. The food is mainly cooked on a charcoal grill. The menu consists of a good selection of meat and fish alongside their starters & deserts. If you want to eat in a friendly and traditional Spanish atmosphere with good quality food and service then Rosa Mari is for you.

XIRINGUITO has a very good A La Carte menu, alongside traditional Spanish dishes. We can personally recommend the fish paella. The service is very professional and quality of food here is superb and well worth the extra. The restaurant seats approx 80 people and has a friendly, warm atmosphere with a modern touch of class.

PEPO’S is also the only local Hotel. They have a very good choice of food on their menu A La Carte, traditional Spanish dishes and Charcoal grill and the desert tray is an absolute must. The Restaurant in the past have won two years running, a high acclaim award for quality of food and service, but for those who want to be a bit extravagant the experience is well worth the few extra Euros. Consol also speaks fairly good English so help is at hand ordering from the menu.

CA MIGUEL is now a t apas bar where you can sit in the open or inside to enjoy/share some tapas with friends/family or your partner.  They also specialise in vermouth. Which is a traditional fortified wine.

LLAGUT BLAU is the newest restaurant/pizzeria in the village run by a very friendly French couple who speak excellent English. They also have a small menu with pasta, and a few meat dishes cooked over charcoal.