Located near Jaume III, the attractive restaurant Emilio Innobar is in a building full of elegance and character, with high ceilings and large picture windows.
Mexican owner/chef Emilio Castrejón is well known on Mallorca for his ‘fine fusion’ cuisine – developed while working in the USA, Germany and Japan.
Working with the simplest and freshest of high-quality ingredients he creates superb cuisine, much of it uncooked. Dishes include sashimi, tataki, and ceviches based on tuna, salmon, prawns, a variety of white fish, and just a few meat dishes.
The menu is on a board, brought to the table by serving staff, who explain the dishes – all of which are prepared to order. Service could sometimes be more attentive, but the chef’s excellent local reputation means you should book your table well in advance.
Emilio Innobar will serve the famous Austrian dessert ‘Salzburger nockerl’ – popular with German clients in particular – but order in advance as it takes around 20 minutes to prepare.
We love… the open kitchen.
Open daily for lunch and dinner.