Quiet when we visited in late May. Seafood good but meat less so. Good service. Reasonable value. Some special dishes which is unusual in Majorca.
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This is a small but very busy restaurant serving first class authentic Mallorcan quisine. Toni, Angie and all their staff have made this a delightfully friendly place to spend time. Despite being so busy, Toni always makes time to chat to his customers. Well done...More
This is consistently the place I like to go for lunch. My starter on day one was a lentil soup big enough to be a main course, rich with chunks of meat and vegetables. The next day, I chose a chickpea soup and was taken...More
Have been visiting this establishment for several years, the best traditional Mallorquin restaurant in Puerto Pollenca. On Tuesday, five of us had the lunchtime "Meal of the Day", and a splendid time was had by all. Amongst the starters was a particularly good Fish and...More
Nice welcome. Filled up in no time with excellent manners and service from the waiters. From previous reviews we were concerned the service was going to be rushed so we took our time. Tony , owner is a character needs to slow down a gear...More
Couple cycling holiday, we ate our way through a few restaurants and only went here on our last night. Wish we had gone day one, then we would have eaten here a lot more. Food was delicious and service was fantastic, great recommendations. The 50/50...More
Small beer, bread & olives and baby squid with garlic and herbs. You can't beat it! If you want the best "Menu of the day" get off the Pine Walk and out of the square to enjoy true Mallorquin food for a few euros.