This restaurant has now closed permanently.
In location terms, this must be one of the most privileged restaurants on Mallorca: whether dining indoors, with its simple but attractive décor, or out on the terrace, you’ll have a spectacular panorama of the open Mediterranean, the port below and the dramatic Tramuntana beyond.
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This visual feast is accompanied by a menu offering fresh fish and seafood, as well as meat dishes. The famous red Sóller prawns are served here with olive oil from the Tramuntana and flor de sal from Es Trenc – and this seems an appropriate place to indulge in such a treat. There’s always a fish of the day, depending on the local catch.
Service in this family-run restaurant is professional and friendly and, combined with the views and the cuisine, it all adds up to a relaxing meal in a memorable location, away from the bustle in the port down below.
If you come for lunch, there’s the possibility to enjoy a stroll along the coastal footpath that starts just beyond the neighbouring lighthouse, before or after your meal.