The Majorca Daily Bulletin will next week be holding its first lunch of the year for subscribers and their guests at the famous restaurant Misa which is owned by the Michelin Star British chef and restaurateur Marc Fosh. The club’s first lunch was held at Misa and, by popular demand, the Bulletin is returning to the brasserie in the very centre of Palma.
The gala lunch, with wine, is only 15 euros per head and apart from the lunch being produced by Marc’s Michelin Star team, there will be the usual bumper prize raffle and more, including a chat by Marc about his journey to becoming a Michelin Star chef in Spain, his plans for the future and why he believes Palma can become a global foodie destination.
Since arriving in Majorca, Marc has given life to a whole new generation of new, fresh and young local chefs, many of whom have gone on to open their own restaurants on the island and are helping to expand and improve the culinary attractions Majorca has to offer. His expertise has also been exported to the United States, Russia and more recently the Far East.
So it will be worth picking up a few of his tips while enjoying a delicious lunch of beef cheeks with confit potatoes and dried tomatoes followed by lemon cheesecake with raspberry ice cream and wine. And do not forget, you could also walk away with one of the many great prizes to be won in the raffle.
The event is only open to Bulletin subscribers and their guests. However, if you would like to attend, then why not take out a subscription and join the biggest English-speaking group on the island, make new friends and be entitled to attend the lunches throughout the year.
Being in the heart of the city, if you are coming from outside of Palma, why not make a day of it? Catch the end of the sales before lunch and then may be take in one of the top films showing in English. The lunch is on Thursday, 25 February. Misa is at C. de Can Maçanet 1.
To book just call Cathy on 971 788 405.
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