Mateu Casañas and Eduard Xatruch opened the place in 2012. They previously worked in the famous El Bulli restaurant. Compartir means sharing in Catalan. All plates are put in the middle on the table to share. The entrees including the oyster or the tuna on liquid salad are extremely good as the desserts. The service is extremely friendly and strikes for perfection.
The restaurant serves fresh sea-food of the day, no menu. Due to small space one gets seated together on some larger table in the small dining room.
One of the rare places where you can eat full meals between 4PM and 8:30PM, when most cafes are closed. Gaspatzo and pizza are good; fish is not.
Serves local cuisine in a cute hidden street. It has not many places outside, hence reservation recommended.
The restaurant serves reasonably priced special food since over 20 years. Be patient for the service.
Wonderful little restaurant on promenade that serves local dishes and has wonderful ambiance.
Owned and run by the Martin Faixo family, it offers fresh sea-food and a recommended paella.
A traditional and popular meeting place in the town center.
Cadaqués is a small town on the coast of northern Catalonia, Spain. Local roads provide access to Cap de Creus, the easternmost point of the Iberian peninsula, about 6 km away and the conservation area around it. The French border is about 20 km to the north. The town is a highly visited destination in its own right, but it also contains on its outskirts at Port Lligat the summer home built by Salvador Dalí, which since his death has also become a tourist destination. Prior to the explosive growth of beach tourism in Spain, Cadaqués was a sleepy fishing town, and some elements of this past exist to this day.