Eating out in Mallorca: Superfood Garden - Palmanova
Since I first went there a couple of months ago, it has become my weekly “go to” place - alone, with friends or work colleagues.
Eating Out in Mallorca: La Vieja, Palma
La Vieja has an urban feel, with some spectacular graffiti...
Eating Out in Mallorca: SABA @ Kimpton Aysla, Santa Ponsa
The octopus was melt-in-your-mouth soft and went really well with the greens, altogether seasoned with spicy lime.
Eating out in Mallorca: Aromata, Jaume lll
At 32 euros for three courses, Aromata was at the top end of the price range for this kind of a meal.
Eating Out in Mallorca: Spot Mallorca, Santa Catalina
“I don't want places that are fashionable or that become fashionable. I just want people to like them!"
Eating Out in Mallorca: Bacan, Jaume III
Bacan is a family business that sprung to life in the middle of COVID.
Eating Out in Mallorca: Erizo de Bar, Portixol
In the case of Erizo de Bar, I have known it since its previous incarnation as Pollito Café, where I have had some of the tastiest brunches in town.
Eating Out in Mallorca: Jonny's Dhaba, Santa Catalina
A thali typically consists of: a grain (rice or flatbread made with wheat, millet, etc.), lentils (dhal or sambar), vegetables, chutney, raita (curds usually mixed with some kind of vegetable), pickles and sometimes papadum.
Eating Out in Mallorca: Dmenu, Sindicato
The shorter version of their weekly changing menu includes a choice between two starters, two mains and two deserts plus water, while the longer menu is made up of two starters, two mains and one desert.
Eating Out in Mallorca: Il Chiringo - Palmanova
This was an expectedly pleasant experience in a lovely setting, with fresh food and friendly staff.