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A simple terrace overlooking the beach: this is one of the hallmarks of this restaurant that opened its doors in 1946 in Garbet, one of the last coves on the Costa Brava, situated between Llançà and Colera. The establishment stands out for a cuisine based on the quality of its produce: local wild fish and seafood bought fresh each day in the fish markets of El Port de la Selva, Llançà and Roses. It also has its own lobster farm. This friendly and fresh restaurant, informal during the day and glamorous, romantic and cosy in the evenings, has become a meeting point for those who love life’s pleasures. What is more, Garbet offers its diners the free mooring of their boats as an extra service, with a taxi service to the beach and catering on the boat itself with freshly-prepared dishes chosen from an extensive menu.