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Lonely Planet review
The fifth generation is now at the controls of this immutable seafood favourite, which first opened in 1911. In a restaurant where the decor is a reminder of simpler times, there’s a straightforward guiding principle: serve juicy fresh fish cooked with a light touch.
Can Ros also does a rich arròs a la marinera (seafood rice), fideuá (similar to paella, but using vermicelli noodles as the base) with squid and mussels, and a grilled fish and seafood platter.