Being a Sitges local since 2006 has given me the opportunity to learn where to find the best places to eat in Sitges. During the winter months the traditional Catalan food is perfect from the rustic Escudella (a hearty soup) or Cordero (lamb), but I still love a nice piece of grilled meat. I tend to be more of a traditional ‘foodie’, however there’s something in Sitges for everyone, right up to avant-guard dishes in modern restaurants here in town.
At the top of my list Komokieras (how you want it in spanish), with their extensive wine list and amazing grill, I’ve never left unhappy nor hungry. If you want to go for classic catalan cuisine I suggest Bon Estar, their menu del dia (menu of the day) is very affordable and is always packed with locals (a good sign). For big appetites check out Big Al’s Diner which loves their extra large portions but if you want to watch your waistline I suggest you stick to the fresh fish from either Cal Pinxo or Mare Nostrum – they’re both amazing eateries and really warm, friendly staff. Sticking with the fish theme, if sushi is more your style Sitthai is a sure hit but call ahead as they’re normally quite busy during the weekend. Finally if your stomach is calling for italian, Pura Vida is THE BEST in Sitges, I always take guests there and Mateo the owner is one of a kind!
Well, there you have it, a quick rundown for the best restaurants in Sitges … for now!