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The team


After having the legendary Lucía working over the stove for nearly half a century, Can Ros started a new stage intended to respect its origins while updating the spirit of what people expect to find when they come through the door. In other words an eating place of traditional vocation and seafood soul. The new head of the kitchen, Jordi Kevin Ballester, like the car in the advert, is young and well-prepared: the post he left was no less than the job of Lieutenant of the Gresca (“But the rice dishes, which are very important at Can Ros, I learned them at Duran in Pertús!”). The dining room is the responsibility of Guillem Paula. You will see the presentations, what a product, you will see what a restaurant there is in the same place where bulk wine and oil were sold long ago, siphons were refilled and ice was cut for the fridge.