A “tabla” of ham, cheese and a couple of wedges of tortilla. | Mia Naprta
My search for interesting and innovative restaurants around town often brings me to unlikely but fun places. One such place is Bicho Raro (meaning “a rare bug”), a fusion tapas and a cocktail bar with Cuban and Colombian influences, right at the edge of Santa Catalina neighbourhood in Palma. The place opened a couple of months ago and it is still evolving. I really liked he sunny terrace with a view of the nearby church. Inside, there are several rooms with an eclectic mish-mash of furniture, encompassing a restaurant, an exhibition space and even a very informal co-working space where I met a friend of a friend typing away.