El Llagut considers itself a Slow Food restaurant, and does indeed use local meat, fish, fruits, and vegetables. But it is blessedly free of foodie pretensions. The rough stone walls and checked tablecloths give diners the message that they can relax and enjoy their meal, and staff take the time to fully explain unfamiliar dishes. Rice dishes with seafood are the sure winners here. Some are a veritable encyclopedia of the local catch, while the arròs negre focuses on just one species, gaining its flavor and color from the squid and squid ink.