Les Bruixes de Burriac
43893 del Cup, 2
50€ - 75€
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  • Cloackroom
  • Musical thread
  • Live football
  • Credit card
  • Terrace/garden
  • Wifi
  • Open on christmas
  • Group menu
  • Handicapped
  • Heating
  • Takes reservations
  • Live music
  • Air conditioned
  • Private rooms
  • Email reservations
  • Drinks / Cocktails
  • Bar
  • Sommelier
  • English menu
  • Gluten free
  • Kids menu
  • Catering
  • Open sunday
  • Open august
  • Michelin guide
  • Live shows
  • Easy parking
  • Private parking


  Breakfast Lunch Dinner

Lunch: 13:30 - 16:00

Dinner: 20:30 - 23:00



Tal Beradt

star image star image star image star image star image       a week ago

We had the sensorial menu. My wife doesn't eat any fish or seafood, so they adapted her menu and gave her great replacements. The food was amazing! The waiter's English was a little weak so we couldn't communicate too much, which is a shame as we got very brief explanations on the dishes due to lack of vocabulary.

Patricia Martín Comin

star image star image star image star image star image       a month ago

A pleasure for the senses All perfect. Super nice atmosphere, the girl who served us was professional to the maximum, dishes both in exceptional presentation and flavor and more quantities than we thought. so perfect everything The only thing to put a but I wrote to them in the email that it was our 20th wedding anniversary and I was expecting some little detail... But without a doubt to repeat

Eugénie June Balard

star image star image star image star image star image       5 months ago

Thanks to Michelin guide I stumbled on this restaurant. The reviews are negative so I was quite perplexed of how it would turn out, but we came anyway because of the vegan tasting menu, which is quite a rare find. The mise en bouche, which was a zucchini stuffed with couscous, lacked a bit of seasoning, or maybe a touch more of sauce. I pictured a touch of lemon zest would have tied the dish together. The entree, a millefeuille of aubergine maybe lacked a bit of execution (too much quinoa) but the velouté and leek stacked beneath made it delicious. I was very delightfully surprised, and it was my favorite dish of the menu. Main dish was a Thai style creamy coconut dish, not impressive taste wise but good nonetheless. I believe the soy protein was Heura «chicken» Dessert was a slightly caramelized poached pear with a crumble and lemon sorbet. I loved it! Now all of this menu combined, my opinion is that even though some dishes could use a « kick » (mise en bouche and main dish) I still rate it 5 stars because having a fine dining experience as a vegan is hard to find, and even though some improvements can be made, I had an amazing time and everything was delicious.

angie carosin

star image star image star image star image       4 years ago

The whole experience is excellent value for money and all the food was very well prepared and of a high quality. The wines were all good quality and they were extremely generous with their pours. There was, however, a certain wow factor that was missing- just a little something to set it apart from the everyday ordinary would have made it even better. I would still highly recommend it for a great night out!

Gerd Hoffmann

star image star image star image star image star image       8 years ago

Great service with higher class food at exciting compositions.

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