I think they have four restaurants in the city: in Riego, 21 in Sants, in El Borne next to the market, another one next to la Sagrada Familia in Simo, 18 and finally in S.Andreu in Pacífico, 74.
Going to one of these is an
Located in front of the port of Sitges and the chapel, this restaurant offers the area's best seafood. We ordered the turbot and sole in white wine with shrimp. It melted in my mouth, and I'm even more of a meat lover than fish lover.
After some waiting, while your grandparents get cranky, you can enjoy seafood and delicious paella. You have to be very patient, but it's worth it. It has a terrace overlooking the beach of San Sebastian, but there's also a dining