The 300 year old stones that make up the more formal dining area downstairs have been carefully restored to their original glory combines well with contemporary furnishing and art work to create a warm and inviting ambient.
Restaurant “Santa Eulàlia”
English, Spanish, German
We chose a selection of dishes from the current menu which changes every three months. The first plate was an interesting mix of carpaccio of tuna with a thin slice of pineapple, dressed with chilli and parsley oils. It left us longing for more. This was followed by a selection of light starters ‘para compartir’ which included sliced tomatoes with anchovies, soaked in garlic oil and dusted with sea salt and parsley. The second starter was crispy fresh prawns wrapped in kadif were served on top of a bed of stir fried red peppers and onions with an orange curry vinaigrette.
For main course we had a confit of cod served with the local sausage ‘sobrasada’ and spinach puree. For meat we had grilled Iberian pork with a crust made from salt, vinegar, red onions, thyme and oregano lightly cooked and served with a pineapple chutney and asparagus tempura.
It was a perfect combination of flavours to savour.
For dessert we choose a variety of three crepes two filled with light and dark milk chocolate and one with a raspberry comfiture filling. With water and wine included the meal cost less than €120.
Santa Eulalia also offers a three course menu del dia including water and wine for €14.00. It is the ideal meeting point for a relaxed business lunch or a get together with some friends or if it’s February a romantic dinner for two in the evening is well recommended.
13.00 to 16.00 & 20.00 to 24.00 h