Two alfondecs (marketplace) coexisted in the Jewish quarter of the city, a sign of commercial vitality. This marketplace was a group of buildings where merchants stored and sold their goods.
One of the markets was inside the first block of Carrer de la Font (Fountain, current Sant Honorat) where the main entrance was. The other one was at the block where the church of Sant Sever is. This church was built in the 17th
century at the same spot of Carrer de la Volta where the Jewish market had been. The marketplaces stopped being used as such after the official abolition of the Jewish quarter at the beginning of the 15th
century. It is not known the structure and distribution of these markets. They used to have a direct entry to the central courtyard to bring goods in.
The dishes offered at La Cassola, both à la carte and the menu option, are homemade.
Specialty of the house: spinach salad with goat cheese and caramelized apple, cod mousse and cod with garlic, raisins and pine nuts.
Our pies are homemade. Seafood.
Sirloin steak with green pepper sauce and steak tartar. On Wednesdays we serve different types of rice (paella, black rice, risottos …)
Products: Menu setmanal, Charter.
Owner: The SCP Cassola (four owners)
Opening year 1983
Social media: facebook.com / La Cassola Restaurant
Phone: 93 3181580
Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 9h to 16h. Thursdays and Fridays open at night from 20h to 23h. Weekends we are closed. Holidays: August.
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