About Cuit Restaurant
Located on the 8th floor of the contemporary Nakar Hotel in Palma, the light and airy Cuit restaurant offers lunch and dinner with amazing views of the city.
The seasonal Mediterranean menu features artisan interpretations of Mallorcan gastronomy, with modern touches, by the renowned local chef Miguel Calent. The cuisine is organic and sustainable, giving new life to traditional old island recipes.
Popular with local residents, as well as hotel guests and visitors, Cuit serves lunch and dinner Monday to Saturday, with an à la carte menu, but brunch only on Sunday. A snack menu is available at other times, as the kitchen is open throughout the day.
The cuisine at Cuit
Cuit specializes in rice, meat, and fish dishes; 90 per cent of the produce used is Mallorcan.
The following are examples of Cuit’s dishes (these may be subject to change).
- Potatoes ‘poor man’ with egg yolk and black truffle
- Crispy cod with sobrasada and honey sauce
- Home-made roast meat croquettes
- Octopus with black rice and spicy banana mayonnaise
- Mallorcan rice with pork and organic chicken (min of two people)
- Roast shoulder of Mallorcan lamb with chickpeas and rosemary air
- Chilled watermelon soup with crispy cake and spicy sherbet
This Mallorcan chef is a familiar face on local IB3TV, where he has a regular programme. He has represented the Balearics at international travel and gastronomy exhibitions including FITUR (Spain) and BioFach (Germany) and co-authored a book about gastronomy and Mallorcan culture.
His other restaurant Ca’n Calent, in Campos, has held a Repsol Sol award for eight consecutive years; Miguel is the holder of a Medal of Honour from the Mallorcan Academy of Food & Wine.
The restaurant’s bar is alongside the restaurant but, from 19:30-23:00h, extends to the 9th floor roof terrace – from which you can see the Cathedral, Bellver Castle, and the port and bay of Palma. On Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings in high season, DJ sessions provide the soundtrack to an evening of meeting and socializing with friends or simply admiring the city from this privileged viewpoint.