A GASTRONOMY TRADITIONAL OF OUR LAND.

The Restaurant l’Estany Casa de Fusta originated in 1988 when a group of friends met one day to eat at Lo Mas de la Cuixota and realised that there was no catering service in the area for the visitors who started to visit the Ebro Delta. They thereby started their business adventure turning Lo Mas de la Cuixota into a small bar offering breakfasts and homemade food typical of the Ebro Delta. There was only a small bar, a small kitchen, and about 5 tables.
Over the years, and with the arrival of tourism to the area, the restaurant started its first transformation, extending the dining room and the kitchen and opening a terrace with views over the Encanyissada Lagoon, right under a hundred-year-old eucalyptus tree.
More than 25 years have passed since then, where the Restaurant l’Estany Casa de Fusta has gone beyond the restoration service and today offers other complementary services such as bike rental, cart rides, punts, rental of binoculars, environmental-friendly karts, canoeing, motorhome overnight-stay area, picnic area, etc. 

DISCOVER SOME OF OUR DISHES

RICE DISHES

Seafood paella,  mixed paella, fish paella, arròs a bandablack rice or fideuda. They are freshly cooked with fresh and quality ingredients.

TYPICAL DISHES

Traditional culinary culture. We pay special attention to the aromas and traditional flavours with the typical dishes of the Ebro Delta.  They will surprise you!

OTHER DISHES

We offer an extensive menu where you will find game dishes (according to season) elaborated dishes, fish, zarzuelas, seafood platters, etc.

DESSERTS

Selection of typical desserts of the Ebro Delta served at peasants’ homes some decades ago.

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