Located within the Can Alomar Boutique Hotel, this is popular with discerning locals as well as hotel guests – for both the cuisine and elegantly restored 19th-century mansion setting. You may dine indoors or alfresco on the large terrace above the prestigious tree-lined Borne avenue.
The cuisine is a successful (and trendy) fusion of Japanese, Peruvian, and Mediterranean, with the à la carte menu sectioned into starters, raw and marinated, from the stove, and sweet temptations.
We tried shrimp salad with lime and wasabi stems, scallops sashimi with Mallorcan tomato salad and papaya, and seared tuna tartar with avocado and crispy yucca. The South American superfood quinoa is the star – and protein-rich – ingredient of their satisfying risotto with mushrooms and truffle, from the stove.
We shared (recommended) four dishes, for which we paid just over 80 euros (without drinks). Wines are mainly Spanish, with a few well-chosen Mallorcan. Despite the restaurant being busy, we had pleasant, efficient service. At lunchtime, on the terrace, the constant sound of the city’s traffic was noticeable, but didn’t make conversation difficult. For less background noise, eat indoors.