Asking around for good midweek "menu" options several people had recommended Cambray in Teia. The location in itself is a good first selling point, located in a traditional Masia country house on the banks of the riera that runs through this picturesque village. The food lives up to expectations; it's hearty fare, traditional Catalan dishes with good portions served up in an attractive bustling environment. Despite rooms for dozens of dinners it fills up and lunch time and at the weekend with locals. The set menu is around 11 euros with a kids menus for 8 euros. I haven't tried the weekend set menu yet but at 18 euros it looks like some of the best value around. My only slight complaint would be that the glass of house wine on the menu really was borderline drinkable - but that can be easily solved by ordering a beer next time. It's definitely on our local "good options" list.
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