Restaurants

Check out our top 8 restaurants in Sitges.

Fast Facts!

People in Sitges tend to eat late. Turn up to a restaurant before 9pm and you will likely find yourself all alone. Dinner normally kicks off from 10pm, except in the case of restaurants with shows, where people tend to sit by 9pm. Most restaurants will offer both a la carte and set course options, with great value. Three course set menus can begin from EUR 19 and offer great value for money. Lunch is also popular with “Menu Del Dia” options starting at EUR 9.95.

Sitges Food Festivals

Don’t miss the Gourmet Food Festival  takes place in late September at the same time as the Autumn Wine Harvest.  Sitges “Tapa A Tapa”, the Tapas festival takes place in April. Finally the “Menjar de Tast”  celebrates the finest in catalan cuisine in late October.

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Sitges Restaurants we recommend

The following restaurants are recommended based on their service, food quality, locations and atmosphere.
There are options from Cafes to Fine Dining to Dinner Shows.

Yummy Pizzeria Sitges

Yummy Pizzeria

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Yummy Pizzeria Sitges offers authentic Italian Pizza & Pasta in the heart of the Gay Village until late at night, then it transforms into a cocktail terrace!
El Sunset De Sitges

Sunset Sitges

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Just steps from the famous Sitges Church El Sunset de Sitges offers great lunch and dinner, together with its famous Cabaret show every Saturday night.
La Picara Sitges

La Picara

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La Picara is one of our favourite places to eat Tapas in Sitges. The menu is delicious, featuring Tapas to more extensive meals, all reasonably priced.
Le Patio Sitges

Le Patio

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Le Patio is the latest gay friendly restaurant to open in Sitges. It is located in the heart of the gay village on C.Bonaire with a stunning interior garden courtyard.
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The Beach House

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Beach House Sitges, one of Sitges most famous and best loved restaurants has a new venue and a new menu, right on the seafront of Sitges.
La Fragata Sitges Logo

La Fragata

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La Fragata is one of the Sitges top restaurants with a delicious Mediterranean menu, superb location and attentive service.
Restaurant Maricel Sitges

Maricel

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Maricel is one of Sitges top fine dine restaurants with a superb menu, an excellent wine menu and superb service, perhaps one of the finest in the village.
Soca Sitges

Soca

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SoCa blends the freshest Mediterranean ingredients with the healthy low-fat cuisine of California to deliver a healthy menu that tastes delicious.
Parrots Restaurant Sitges

Parrots Restaurant

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Parrots Restaurant Sitges is located in the heart of the gay district with a superb terrace, international cuisine and famous drag shows.
Montroig Cafe Sitges

Montroig

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Montroig is the cafe that everyone knows in Sitges. Very Gay Friendly, Mont Roig provides the perfect vantage point to watch Sitges walk by.
L'Angle D'Adrianna Sitges

L'Angle D'Adrianna

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L'Angle D'Adrianna is one of Sitges finest French Restaurants with a nice terrace located right in the heart of the village. Daily menu specials.

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Dining out in Sitges

Our guide to the very best places to eat when you are on holidays in Sitges.

Pintxos

Try a “Pintxos”… delicious tapas skewed on a toothpick… You pay at the end by counting the number of toothpicks you have accumulated! Great with some delicious Spanish wines!

The range and quality of restaurants in Sitges is superb. Restaurants serving Catalan and regional Spanish cuisine are extremely popular. There are also restaurants catering to International tastes including Thai, Japanese, Indonesian, French and Chinese. If you are looking for the vegetarian option, then you will be disappointed. Meat is very very popular in Spain!

Most Spanish people eat late so don’t be surprised  if you find your restaurant empty at 9pm.  Dinner Shows are very popular during the Summer season. The two most popular dinner shows are the Parrots Show featuring Lady Diamond on Fridays & Tuesdays (peak season) and The Cabaret Show at L’Ambassade on the seafront every Saturday. Both kick off from around 9pm and reservations are essential.

Remember that restaurant opening times can very, especially during the off season. Some restaurants also do lunch as well as dinner.  You can choose from the “Menu del dia” or daily specials for lunch from EUR 10 per person.  Most of the restaurants in the centre will have an a la carte offering together with a set menu. Set menu’s offer great value and often include wine and 3 courses for just under EUR 20.

A lazy Sunday afternoon lunch is also a popular option. L’Angle’s famous Sunday roasts are recommended, so book in advance.  Those of you looking for the perfect Paella might want to consider checking out the La Arrocería del Terramar which offers an amazing selection of rice dishes. The fine-dine restaurant of the Picnic group is also great for seafood.  You should also consider a trip to Sitges Port – L’Aiguacdolc and dine by the marina. The seafood here is superb and the views of the million dollar yachts are breathtaking.

Spanish Tapas is world famous and there are some excellent Tapas bars in Sitges. Pay a visit to “La Picara” and try some of their tempting dishes accompanied by a glass of their house Riojas…. sublime. Finally, those looking to start the day with a tasty breakfast should head to “Incognito Cafe” just off C.Espalter.

If you are going out to eat for a special event or occasion, then please make sure you book ahead. There is nothing worse than wondering the busy streets of Sitges in the heat with nowhere to eat!  Our top two favourites for something memorable are Maricel and La Fragata, both on Sitges seafront overlooking the Mediterranean.

  • Reservations - When to eat?

    Reserve your table for the Dinner shows at Parrots Restaurant and L’Ambassade. They book up early! In general people go for dinner from around 9.30pm, but you can get a meal in most restaurants right up to 11.30pm.

  • Our favourites! - From Breakfast to Dessert

    For breakfast try Incognito. For Tapas checkout La Picara. For Coffee head to Montroig and for dessert try the Red Velvet Bakery! Delicious.

  • Fancy some vino?

    Sitges is right in the heart of the Penedes region, the largest cava and wine producing area in Spain.  Try some of the delicious wines by Torres , the world famous nearby winery and don’t forget the Cava – Cordon Negro –  by Freixenet.  Also worth mentioning is Sitges local “Malvasia”, a delicious sweet wine, perfect with deserts and is limited to less than 4,500 bottles per year.

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