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Pla de la Garsa information
This 17th-century house is the ideal location for a romantic candlelit dinner. Timber beams, anarchically scattered tables and soft ambient music combine to make an enchanting setting over two floors for traditional, hearty Catalan cooking, with dishes such as timbal de botifarra negra (a black pudding dish with mushrooms).