Make sure you have a reservation or you risk climbing all the stairs only to be rudely addressed by the staff.
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We were recommended Can Mario by a local. We were not disappointed. We had mussels for starters and there were so many on the huge plate this nearly would have done as our main meal. The roast pork with crackling was cooked superbly. Very most...More
We've been here 6 years ago and this place preserved all it's great qualities. Great authentic spanish feeling (located in an old mill). Excellent paella, friendly staff and excellent value for the price.
Certainly belongs to the local "musts". Not a toury place at all. One should though eat the local and house specialities (lamb, rice soup, langostinos) and not the panned/fried beef escalopes .. service is ok, though a bit rough, probably less if one is a...More
Having eaten here before and having reviewed the restaurant about 2 years ago, we decided to check in again, especially in view of the bad service we had experienced before. Lo and behold: we were greated again by the waiter from hell whose mood and...More
A quaint restaurant. Still has the hotel front but walk right in and go upstairs. HUGE potions so you may wish to share a starter. Lovely fresh fish and well cooked lamb. Nothing fancy, just good cooked Spanish fare. Found it quite expensive in comparison...More
Having read the positive reviews of this restaurant we were very disappointed. One of the dishes we had was lamb chops with potatoes and vegetables ( a house speciality). Unfortunately every element on the plate was fried in breadcrumbs. Remarkable but not in a good...More
We had a tremendous meal with local wine and friendly service. The best value for money meal in 14 days on the island. Shoulder of lamb amazing. Son Bordills Merlot fantastic. Try it out!
Easily missed restaurant because of its name as "hostal" on a rusty plaque above the doorway, an upstairs restaurant which opens around 8pm in the evening if the waiter can get there on time. Homecoming by el chefe . There is no point looking at...More