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Restaurant La Francesa
17811 Carrer Pi
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La Francesa restaurant is located in La Garrotxa Natural Zone Volcanic Park, to the north of the town of Santa Pau, 500 metres away from La Fageda d'en Jordà and in the area known as Can Blanc. This restaurant that also offers lodging, is specialized in the traditional Catalonian cuisine elaborated with fresh market products. In their menu ...

La Francesa restaurant is located in La Garrotxa Natural Zone Volcanic Park, to the north of the town of Santa Pau, 500 metres away from La Fageda d'en Jordà and in the area known as Can Blanc.

This restaurant that also offers lodging, is specialized in the traditional Catalonian cuisine elaborated with fresh market products. In their menu there are some highlighted dishes like mushrooms, pig’s trotters or foie gras. It also has a menu of the day, a weekend and nights’ menu, a tasting menu, a groups menu, a children’s menu and dishes for gluten-intolerant people. They also have a take-away service.

The restaurant counts with different facilities such as a restaurant, a cafeteria, a terrace, some accommodation, landscaped gardens and a playground. They also have two dining rooms, one has a capacity for up to 50 - 60 people and another one for up to 30 people, a parking area for clients and a terrace. Previous reservations are available.

Moreover, there are a great variety of activities surrounding the restaurant to enjoy the landscape and the quietness of their surroundings, like: walks through La Fageda d’en Jordà and across the volcanoes, flights in a hot-air balloon, 4x4 or quad bike excursions in La Garrotxa's mountains, horse riding, trekking or walkers' routes, trips by horse carts or small train replica, mountain bike rides and visits to museums.

It opens from Tuesday to Sunday from 13:00 to 15:30 during lunchtime and from 20:30 to 22:30 during dinnertime. Dinners are only available for groups with previous reservation.

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Alicia Onieva

star image star image star image star image star image       10 months ago

Spectacular food, we had to wait about 40 minutes for it to be served but it was worth it. We went late and there were a lot of people ahead of us. The cannelloni are great, the desserts too. We were left with the desire to try the tiramisu that only made us go to other tables

Anna B.C

star image star image star image star image star image       11 months ago

Lifelong restaurant, renovated, with traditional cuisine and casseroles cook very, very well. The beef cheek was perfect, it was undone on the plate. Wild boar balls have the prize for volcanic cooking. The restaurant is spotless

Meri VM

star image star image star image star image       a year ago

A pleasant surprise when 4 adults and 2 babies arrived at this restaurant. They have a garden with games and grass for children, separate tables (ideal for having a stroller) and they have two different types of high chairs (depending on the age of the child). The food is excellent, to repeat without hesitation !! The only "but" is that they desperately need more staff, as one person alone cannot do everything. Impeccable but very slow service ... if you're not in a rush, ideal.

Jesús Puigvert Torrent

star image star image star image star image star image       3 years ago

Very good and cosy restaurant but not cheap

Jesus Codinach

star image star image star image star image star image       4 years ago

Ok

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