The Pyrenees Restaurants


Can Tomàs

Can Tomàs Review

On the immediate left when you enter town, this unusual place is covered with lovingly rendered portraits of wild mushrooms; it specializes in aromatic upland fungi used in original ways. The house favorites are arròs de bolets (a paella with wild mushrooms) and the patatas Can Tomàs (fried potatoes with mushrooms and egg), but the encenalls de foie i tòfona (shavings of duck liver with black truffles) and the cuttlefish with meatballs and rossinyols (chanterelles) are representative of the creativity and sophistication of this little gem.

    Restaurant Details

  • Closed Wed. No dinner Tues.
Updated: 06-09-2014

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