Its one of the Vistabella's star attractions, whose restaurants are renowned throughout Catalonia, and even Spain and the south of France! The prestigious Michelin Guide certainly knew what it was doing when it awarded the hotel's restaurant, Els Brancs, a Michelin star. The cuisine served here is molecular and very trendy, a combination of traditional dishes, such as gazpacho (made with lobster but cooked in Campari), and a few rather surprising ingredients. You just have to see the 'gambas with a coral emulsion' and 'cheek of veal with star anise coulis' on the menu to get your mouth watering, whatever you end up going for! The Balco de Mar (the terrace restaurant overlooking the sea), meanwhile, is slightly more down to earth, its menus incorporating fresh Mediterranean produce. You will see how fresh the ingredients are when you see the lobsters and crayfish ambling about in the restaurant's aquarium! La Tapa, as its name suggests, serves a wide selection of tapas (including cheese, ham, and squid) and also offers sea views. Last but not least, the El Pirata grill is located literally at the water's edge, with the waves almost lapping at your feet as you eat. The setting here is truly superb and decidedly more relaxed, if you don't include the constant passage of speedboats and jet skis.