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THE CULTURE OF A TOWN IS REFLECTED IN ITS KITCHENS
Enjoy the opportunity to try one of the most renowned cuisines in the world, Catalan cuisine.
From simple, basic food to complicated dishes full of various different ingredients, Catalan cuisine truly has something for everyone. As well as this, Catalunya is well know for its various types of wines, champagnes and spirits which compliment its food perfectly.
A Catalan kitchen is traditionally full of seafood such as the "suquet peix", the various different types of mussel dishes, rice dishes, grills and the various sauces which compliment the food perfectly. In the region, you can also sample a large amount of food from other parts of Spain such as tortilla, tapas, olives, cheeses...All of which can be accompanied by a good Catalan wine.
OUR SPECIALITIES ON THE TABLE
Some produce enjoys an excellent reputation with produce from Catalunya being no different. Whether its strawberries, mushrooms, peas, "Montserrat" tomatoes, "Fesol del Ganxet" (which is originates from this area), this region is renowned for the quality produce it produces. As well as this, the region is also well known for the sea shrimp, squid and prawn dishes it produces due to its seaside location.
After a good meal, its always nice to enjoy a wonderful dessert. Depending on the season, you may be able to enjoy high quality desserts such as "Buñuelos" and Crema Catalana during the festival of Sant Joseph. During Easter week, you can enjoy "Tortell" and "Mona de Pascua. As well as this, during the Summer festival of Sant Joan, you can enjoy "Coca" (A Catalan biscuit) whilst at Christmas time and All Saints, people can enjoy "Tortell" of the kings.
Events and fiestas are organized during different periods of the year, with traditional local products being used. These events and traditions include: Easter cod, mushrooms in November and very popular festivals such as "l'Escudella", "l'Escarxofada", "the Calçotada "and" Botifarrada".